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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
on May 12, 2012
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The product came early, i was a little concerned with ordering this because of people saying it didnt fit and the sticker sticks to the screen when peeled off. I was very surprised to see that indeed it is not a perfect fit but its within a half a cm to it! Absolutely worth 4 dollars for 3 versus 20$ for one!!! The sticker issue is ridiculous because the screen is in between two other sheets so the sticker doesnt actually touch the screen! This is the second order from this seller that i have been very pleased with! I will be looking forward to ordering from them many times in the future!
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
on March 31, 2012
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I paid the $20 at B&N for their screen shield for my wife's Nook Color. The shields were maybe 1/32" narrower than the Nook's screen, and after a few tries, I got it on perfectly with no bubbles. I bought this item for much less. It arrived looking exactly like the $20 version at B&N, however, the shield is maybe 1/64" wider than the Nook's screen! I think that is why it is so cheap. I had to cut the edge with scissors, which ruined the first shield. Very difficult to see where you are cutting on something transparent. I cut the 2nd one super extra carefully but still cut it crooked.

I could not get rid of all the bubbles when I installed it. That is probably my fault but still very frustrating. One cause of bubbles is dust. Next time, I will have a compressed air can on hand to eliminate the dust. Also, next time, I might try using our fancy Swedish paper cutter (with the wheel blade) to trim the over sized shield.

I like that each shield has a protective layer of plastic on both sides and that I get three sheets.

Once I turn on my Nook Tablet, I cannot see the bubbles and the ragged, crooked edge. But I still hate the imperfection.

I strongly recommend that you use a shield like this. Even if you are extra careful with the screen, you will still put wear marks on it because your finger has oil and dust, and that eventually causes enough microscopic scratches to be noticeable. Much better to have a throw-away screen shield than a scratched screen you cannot replace.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on September 28, 2012
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I like the fact that these are a matte finish; this helps reduce glare, and fingerprints are almost non existent. The first one, seemed to be a "trial one". I hate putting these things on.
Unless you are a surgeon, you're not likely going to have it go on perfectly, first time, no bubbles or dust spots.
I suggest to do the following:
First off, find a work area. Make it clean. Wipe the surface down of whatever you're working on. Next step: don't have any fans on, or A/C or Heat blowing. Turn it all off. The tiniest piece of dust will somehow fly in, and static will attract it to your device. Have a well lit area. No smoke, pets, or other people around that could interfere.
Clean your screen with a lint free cloth. Make sure your hands are clean, and dry. Have a can of compressed air (air duster type can). This will help if you spot something that needs to be removed.
BEFORE YOU REMOVE ANY OF THE PLASTIC "protector" sheets, make sure it fits. Lay it directly on the screen. See how much room it wiggles (if any). Prepare yourself. And after you checked for size, make sure your Nook Color screen is still clean.
Remove the first layer. If you find something AFTER you've removed the first layer, use the compressed air. NOT YOUR FINGER. If you used your finger; that piece is now your practice piece. Game over.
It's easier to put this on horizontally, (from the side). But turn the nook sideways, and apply it "widescreen", and from bottom to top; this will help you smooth it out as you place it. One hand is for holding it in place (bending it away from you, down onto the Nook), while the other hand smooths it out on the screen. If you get lots of bubbles, simply pull it gently back up, and smooth them out. It's not "permanent", so take your time, and if you have to pull it all the way off and start over, that's fine.
After you have it on, take the top protective piece off. You're done.
Now stare at the two bubbles you missed, and don't think you need to use the last piece on it. Save it.

Product was well packed, however I did notice that there was already some tiny specs (dust?) in between the removable protective layers. I guess they are very hard to make without any dust; I guess I'm going to live with it. The two bubbles I have are really tiny, and one is right on the edge of the screen.. not likely going to bother me, especially if I'm watching a video.
As far as price/value, I think these are right on par. Good quality (not 100% perfect, but close enough). Shipping was fast, and reasonable.
I would suggest these.
Oh, and my Nook Color is modded with Cyanogenmod (it's now just a regular Android Tablet).. not bad for getting it used for $75.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
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Wow, this was a bit of a disappointment. I had just got my Nook Color and needed to pimp it up. I got an Otter Box and this anti-glare screen protector. Luckily, it comes with three in a pack because it took three for a proper install. The protector really wanted to fit, but it was a smidge off vertically. I mean a smidge; for example, a space less than half of this:--> ll. I think whoever was calibrating that morning at the factory needed another cup of coffee.

My BFF, aka "The Master of Screen Protector Installation" is a perfectionist. Her motto is, "Don't use the cardboard because it scratches". The first one was a bust. The second one, we trimmed just the four corners. The third one, we used a commercial paper cutter to trim it (yes, I was at work....). That is not easy because there are paper tabs. Anyway, it bubbled on parts of the edges without the trim. It's on there now. I really like the anti-glare and I was hoping the Otter Box would cover the edges, but no.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on December 3, 2012
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This product appears fine but it comes with two stickers on the film. One on the film that is removed and one on the actual film that goes onto the Nook. I still cannot get the glue off the bottom left hand corner of the protective film. It is worse than any bubbles that you can overlook cause it is sticky! I would not recommend and plan to replace this film with another product.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on December 5, 2012
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this product was not like it described it to be, very difficult to install and does not work well with your fingertips
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on July 30, 2012
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Not what I wanted...it clearly said it was a screen protector for a Nook, not at all, it was for a cell phone!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on August 14, 2013
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Isn't a very easy application. You might go through all three of them to get them on correctly. Other brands work better. The kind you probably want to pick up at Best Buy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 30, 2013
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My husband applied the screen protector in the bathroom after running the shower. This minimized the dust and particles floating in the air. As other reviewers have noted, if a speck of dust gets on the screen, it creates a bubble.
There are tabs, which are labeled numerically, to help you know how to position and apply the screen protector. Only after the sticky side of the screen protector is on the whole screen, should you remove the top plastic cover.
We used a lint free cloth and card to smooth out a few bubbles.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on May 21, 2013
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I purchased these screen protectors 6 months ago. They work perfectly on my Nook and allow me to read outside in the sun. However, one still can't use sunglasses in direct sun and expect to see much on the screen. That, though, is not the screen protector's fault. The best directions for applying the guards is to use the directions kindly provided by a reviewer on September 27th 2012. Check them out. I ended up using 2 sheets. I blew the first one because I put the wrong surface down first and therefore couldn't correct the proper alignment. Check, too, the labeling on the sheet. The second went on easily and nearly perfectly. The only imperfection was a very small air bubble, less than 1/16 inch in diameter, near an edge. For the price, this was an excellent, inexpensive and very useful purchase
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