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Moshi iVisor Screen Protector AG Anti-Glare/Matte for The New iPad / iPad 2 3 - Black (Newest Model)

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  • 100% bubble free guaranteed. Installation takes only seconds!
  • High transparency and unparalleled clarity.
  • Hardened surface treatment for enhanced scratch protection.
  • iVisor can be cleaned and reapplied.
  • Multi-layered construction to minimize speckling and reduce glare.
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Moshi iVisor Screen Protector AG Anti-Glare/Matte for The New iPad / iPad 2 3 - Black (Newest Model) + Moshi iVisor AG Screen Protector Protection for iPhone 5/5S & iPhone 5C (Anti-Glare) (iPhone 5, Black) + Moshi iVisor Screen Protector AG (Anti-Glare) for iPad Mini (Black)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B007IWZTN6
  • Item model number: 99MO020912
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


Product Description

 

Newly fitted for The New iPad / iPad 3, the iVisor AG is the next generation screen protector that has been expertly designed to protect your iPad 3’s beautiful display while reducing annoying glare and smudging. Utilizing Moshi’s own proprietary technology, the iVisor is the only screen protector that is removable and re-usable and can be installed in seconds with absolutely zero bubbles, making it the easiest screen protector to install on the market today. The iVisor AG has been surface treated to provide enhanced scratch protection, fingerprint / smudge protection, and anti-glare properties while still retaining clarity.

Installation Instructions:

Please follow the step-by-step instructions on how to install iVisor on your Ipad:
Step 1 Use the microfiber cloth included in the package to wipe away any dust particles on Ipad screen.
Step 2 Peel off iVisor’s backside protective film (labeled #1) gently before applying to screen.
Step 3 Align iVisor on top of your Ipad.
Step 4 Gently apply pressure around the borders of iVisor to secure it in place.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Easy install, no bubbles!
Christopher J. Ryan
It adds a grainy texture which makes the screen look blurry (like a frost layer on the screen) and less crisp.
FreeSpirit
Matt finish Anti - Glare works perfect .
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By FreeSpirit TOP 100 REVIEWER on March 22, 2012
Bought this originally for iPad 2 but didn't get down to installing it. Put it on finally on my new iPad 3 and had to remove it within a few minutes. 3 main reasons why this is not a good choice:

1. Clarity - the film completely destroys the clarity of the beautiful retina display. It adds a grainy texture which makes the screen look blurry (like a frost layer on the screen) and less crisp. The beauty of the new iPad is the screen and this film takes that away. I will try to post images of the difference with and without this film on the screen.

2. Thickness - the film is thick and has air gaps in between, this makes scrolling less smooth. It reduces the touch sensitivity of the screen because of its added thickness.

3. Fingerprints - this film smudges as much as the iPad screen, which is fine. But this film has rainbow type patterns all around the smudges. Not sure what the reason is, maybe the film reflects body oils or something? Any way, it looks cheap and I have to wipe the screen more often than without the film.

To the products credit, it is easier to apply than Zagg, but that's about it. For something this expensive, I would have expected a better quality product.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Matt on March 24, 2012
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I bought this for my original iPad and loved it, easy to apply, no bubbles, looked great. As soon as I got my new iPad this was the first thing I bought for it. So disappointing, it ruins the clarity of the screen. It is grainy and blurry. I love the idea of this product and hope they can fix it but I cannot recommend it for the new iPad.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By R. L. Sczepanski on January 26, 2013
Yes, this matte screen does interfere a bit with the Retina display, but a super-clear display you can't even see because of the glare is rather pointless, in my book. Same manufacturer also makes a clear version for those who prefer the retina, this is the version I have been using. These protectors are extremely easy to apply, can be removed and reapplied, and can be easily cleaned. They're tough, have no air bubbles or dust underneath them, and can be switched depending on need. Also work extremely well with rubber-tipped styli, which glide smoothly across the screen.

For myself, I would not rate a product so poorly because of personal taste or intended use, or even failure to read the description closely before purchase, rather than actual performance. It does what it says it will do. Enough said.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By IBCotts on March 26, 2012
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UPDATE - moshi just released the XT version of this which is a crystal clear version.....it is like night and day the difference. I give the xt version 15 stars....what follows is my original review of the antiglare version...

As others have stated this is a cloudy matte finish which is NOT described in the description. The package said that it was the iPad 2 product..they just slapped a sticker on it that says that it is compatible with the new iPad. They did NOT redesign this for the new retina display as one is led to believe from the product description. I feel that I was truly ripped off and will just let my credit card people deal with the seller.

It really is beyond me why a manufacturer would think that a matte finish product on a device known for its display is ok. I have a feeling that they will have a huge supply of returned products!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By mlfmaclover24 on March 26, 2012
Amazon does not state Matte Version in the description which is stated on the package or I would not have wasted my money on this item. Yes, I do want to protect my screen from scratches and not spend an hour trying to get out bubbles but no, I did not pay $800 to watch a fuzzy screen that was made to look better than my 1080p LCD tv.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mango on April 28, 2012
Read the other 1 star reviews as they all say the same thing but basically:

1) The screen protector makes everything blurry on the ipad 3 screen. It's really that bad. It's advertised as maintaining or even improving clarity but it worsens it so badly that it becomes unusable.

2) This is just a repackaged ipad 2 screen protector. You can tell because the instructions have no mention of an ipad 3 but it does for ipad 2. My strong suspicions are that they got lazy & assumed that the ipad 3 screen would be similar to the ipad 2 screen, but they released this before the ipad 3 even came out. What's worse is that their customer support (Moshi's) won't even admit this fault. Moshi, if you do something right, then you deserve praise, but if you make a mistake, then you should fess up rather then try to cover it up!

3) Also, the screen is definitely not worth $30.00. It's all hype. Maybe $15-20.00 tops. But they're charging $30.00 because of hype & good reviews on Amazon. Now that I think about it, if I'm going to spend 30 bones on a screen protector, it better do as it says & more.

I will be looking for an alternative (& cheaper) screen for the time being & Moshi has lost a customer.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By JR on May 19, 2012
Everyone is overreacting just a bit with respect to the degradation of the retina display's picture/text with this product. Yes...there is a compromise and it does render text less crisp/sharp. It's obvious that you're not laying a completely opaque screen on top of the iPad. BUT...It's really not that bad. I was used to it in 5 minutes. Especially for reading random articles here and there, it's fine. I suppose if you used the iPad as your e-reader...perhaps the lack of 100% sharpness might become a bother. I use a Kindle for books as I don't like staring at a backlit screen, but that' just me. Either way, in my opinion, you get used to it. On the plus side, it's basically smudge-free, it's smoother than the glass it goes over for scrolling purposes, and THERE'S NO FREAKIN' BUBBLES. Perhaps I'm a bit neurotic when it comes to the bubbles/dust situation, but they drive me crazy. I just went through 4, count 'em 4 'traditional' screen protectors in the span of 15 minutes because I couldn't get them right. To me, I'd rather have a slight compromise in the opacity of the screen than to have even a tiny bubble with a tiny piece of dust under it. It just really bothers me and my eyes are constantly drawn to them, especially when reading. I know i'm not the only one that is driven crazy by those things. This screen went right on...no problem, no bubbles, no worrying about lining it up perfectly, re-applying to straighten out, etc. It's removable and reusable, so if you need the super-clear screen for reading...take it off. Boom. You're done. I also tested it with Netflix and actually found it enhanced the viewing experience as the glare factor is greatly reduced. This test was done during the day in a fairly well let living room.Read more ›
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