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PSP Protective Filter

by Hori
Platform : Sony PSP
86 customer reviews

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  • Screen filter for PSP
  • Protects PSP screen from getting dirt and scratches
  • Re-usable filter
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Product Description

Screen filter for PSP. Protects PSP screen from getting dirt and scratches. Re-usable

Product Details

  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0008ELGGK
  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 2.2 inches ; 2.1 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 6, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,190 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 11, 2005
A PSP screen is clear and large - and is almost a magnet for fingerprints, dust and scratches. This filter helps to protect it from damage.

In essence it's a clear plastic layer that you place down with a sticky substance on your PSP screen. You need to clean your screen VERY well to start with. We have eyeglass cleaner in the house and it worked perfectly - not a speck of dust or lint was left when we began.

Then we carefully followed their instructions to lay down the screen. It went down without any problem at all, and was crystal clear once it was down. Playing through it did not present any issue, and it really does a good job of keeping oils and dust away from the actual screen surface.

Highly recommended!
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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By F. kar Keat on July 13, 2008
Many people have problem applying the filter. If you just peel off and apply the sticker directly, you will face the following 3 major problem:

1. Dust particles
2. air bubbles (or known as air pockets, caused by air or dust)
3. Sticker orientation accuracy

To solve the above problems, here is the secret and the correct steps, not limited to this PSP filter, in fact, this secret applied to all stickers application.

Do the following steps, and you will be amazed with the result.
Ingredients:
a. The screen protector filter
b. Bowl
c. hand soap, body shampoo (lotion, etc.. anything alcaline based will do)
d. water
e. plastic paper credit card sized or smaller which act as your lifter. Optional, use the front/back plastic cover for the sticker will do as well.
f. tissue paper

Step

1. Wipe the PSP screen clean
2. Fill the bowl with one or two teaspoon amount of hand soap and dilute it with half bowl of water.
3. scoop out the bubbles in the bowl as many as possible.
4. Remove both front and back side of the filter. (remember the up-side)
5. Soak the filter into the bowl and take it out with your plastic paper. (try not to use finger)
6. Apply the filter gently (while it is still little wet)

7. Adjust the filter to the correct position desired.
8. Push the liquid out with a credit card from middle to outside.
9. Wipe any water that squeezed out from the corner of the sticker as soon as soon you see it.
10. If you see dust particle (a small air pocket with a little dust dot in the middle) inside the sticker, lift it up with a plaster paper, remove the dust, and close it back.

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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Scott Beauchemin on August 19, 2005
This is an excellent screen filter/protector for the Sony PSP. It reduces the glare on the screen, it's scratch resistant and doesn't show finger prints as easily as the PSP screen. The instructions aren't 100% clear and I can see how this product has gotten some negative reviews on other sites. However, the key is to understand that filter/protector is in between the sheet with the red tab and the sheet with the clear tab. For those that say they have bubbles or the filter is too thin, they probably applied the sheet with the red tab (which is what I did initially). After noticing the filter was stuck to the sheet with the clear tab, I removed it and applied it to the PSP. No bubbles or anything. Also the filter comes with with a cloth to clean both the screen and the filter.

My one complaint would be that Hori should have made the two sheets with a color (not clear like the filter) so you could tell the different between the sheets and the actual filter. Other than that, top notch product for an extremely good price.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jasen L. Woo on October 26, 2008
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good quality for the price, although they could have made it slightly bigger for the psp slim. make sure when applying that you get it dead center by not starting exactly from the edge as you will notice a gap on the other side if you do. in other words, as you line it up using either the left or right side edge of the screen, give yourself about a millimeter from the edge and you should be dead center with another millimeter gap on the other side.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on November 16, 2005
I had no problems with this product. I tried a few other similar screen lenses from different manufacturers previously and was disappointed with all of them.

This product was easy to use, the instructions were helpful, and the screen is just as clear as before with less glare. I highly recommend the product to anyone looking to protect their investment. It is a small price relative to an irremovable scratch across the screen.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Sims on May 13, 2007
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Amazon has this listed as a game instead of an accessory, and that's a shame since it is a great accessory.

I tried a couple of the cheaper screen protectors you can pick up anywhere, and they all left much to be desired. I came across a review for one of these and it looked better than the others so I ordered one. I'm glad I did. The Hori filter is easily the best one I have ever seen.

It is thicker than other brands, which makes it much easier to apply cleanly. With some of the others it is just about impossible to get it on there cleanly and one particle of dust makes a rather large bubble under the filter. The Hori filter is thick enough to re-apply more than once so if a mote of dust gets in there you can peel it back and use a bit of tape to pull the dust off. You can then press the filter back down with no problems. I wouldn't recommend trying the tape trick on those cheaper and thinner screen protectors. You will mangle them.

Also, since the Hori screen filter is thicker, it protects better. If you get it on there right after getting a PSP, it will remain scratch free indefinitely. I have used three of these so far. Not because they needed to be replaced, but because I put a new silver faceplate on my first PSP, and then later I got a Ceramic White PSP. In both cases, I made sure I had a Hori filter ready to go. When I get one of those gold PSPs I will make sure I have another one ready to install.
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