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- Protect your dual screens from scratches from pens, styluses, and fingers.
- Includes a bonus micro-fiber cleaning cloth to keep your DS Lite free from smudges.
- Compatible with the Nintendo DS Lite only.
- The crystal clear shields are completely invisible and do not interfere with game time.
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After having these protectors on my DS for nearly two years, they have held up great. I have also applied the same to two other DS's and they both went as easily...once you line up the protector, it practically attaches itself. I wish I could get these protectors for everything needing screen safety!
I've had great luck with Pelican accessories, and these screen protectors are no exception. There's one for each screen and with proper installation these will last you a long time.
For starters you must clean your screen with a lint-free cloth BEFORE you install these guys. If not you'll get dirt trapped beneath the shields. You also want to make sure your screens are dry if you had to clean them with a Windex or something similar.
The touch screen shield has more stickyness and is harder to install. Just start at one corner and use a flat plastic to smooth out the bubbles.
The top screen is a little thicker with a border. I've had that one move on me, but I stabalized it with some adhesive on the edges.
Avoid screen protectors made by Switch&Carry (BD&A) as those are problematic. Overall, I can't say anything but positives about Pelican. Just take your time to install these properly.
I was a little curious as to why it did not come with instructions, but I guess the process is easy enough to figure out.
I used the cleaning cloth to get the DS screens clean. I peeled the backing off the top protector and laid it on the screen going from one side to the other, smoothing the air out as I laid the film down. I used the "soft card" to push the air out from the edges of the screen. I was satisfied with how it looked.
Then I did the same for the touch screen. Despite thinking I had laid the protector on perfectly straight, one of the corners did not fit exactly. I pried the screen up with my fingernail and peeled it off. This was my BIG MISTAKE. Pulling the film off resulted in so much static that very small fibers were attracted to and stuck to the film. Unfortunately since the backing is covered in adhesive (as opposed to being a static cling), it was impossible to remove the very fine particles that were now stuck to the protector. I did not notice this, however, until I laid the protector back down on the DS. Where ever a piece of fuzz was, an air bubble had formed around it and I was unable to push the air out.
The bubbles were VERY noticeable on the dark screen of the DS when it was not turned on. When playing a game however, the bubbles were hardly if not at all noticeable.
The next day I decided to pull the bottom protector off and rinse it under the sink.Read more ›
You're in for a surprise when you want to remove this from your touch screen. I was freaked out to no end that this thing had taken up permanent residence on my DS. I am posting this review to provide instructions on how to get it OFF of the touch screen:
1) Rip off a piece of very sticky tape (I used duct tape) which is longer than the width of your touch screen (maybe 1/2 inch on each side).
2) Since the screen protector is smaller than the touch screen, there should be a small gap either above or below it. Place the tape precisely along the edge of the screen protector, with excess hanging on each side. Don't let it touch the actual screen, but get it as close to the edge of the protector as possible.
3) Gently apply pressure to the tape with your finger so it sticks well.
4) Pull back on the overhanging edges of the tape, peeling the protector off like a sticker. Since an entire edge of the protector is being tugged on by the tape, there should be enough grip to get it off. This worked for me on the first try.
Unless you've got a huge air bubble at the corner to work with, scratching the edge with your fingernail WILL NOT WORK and may even damage your touch screen. Putting tape on just one corner WILL NOT WORK.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great way to protect your nintendo DS's screens. Because they won't replace them for free and your stylus scratches the screens after a while.Published on April 18, 2014 by Chihiro
I had heard a lot of good things about the Hori brand screen protectors, but didn't want to spend $10 dollars on one. Read morePublished on September 3, 2013 by Brian R
Great protection for your DS. No problems applying. Make sure surface is clean. Less than 5 min. to apply. Watch for air bubbles and dust sticking before applying. Read morePublished on December 31, 2010 by Silverlight00-LisaMarie
The screen protectors are amazing! There was only 1 air bubble I had to push out. I started with the top screen so I wouldn't mess up on the bottom screen. Read morePublished on August 15, 2010
I was very impressed with these screen protectors, installation was very simple and the protectors are very durable. Not to mention that they're at a very great price!Published on June 30, 2010 by Javi
I bought this for my daughters new DS for Christmas. They are not the easiest to put on and you must make sure your screen is 100% clean. Read morePublished on May 24, 2010 by Mom Of Monkey