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LCD Screen Protector for Amazon Kindle Reader - for both Kindle 1 and Kindle 2

3.3 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

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  • Covers the screen of your Amazon Kindle Reader
  • Anti - Glare Enhancement
  • Scratch resistant
  • Easy to apply
  • Specially designed for Apple Amazon Kindle Reader
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Product Description

This screen protector covers the screen of your Apple Amazon Kindle Reader. Easy to apply and keep the screen from scratches

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7.1 x 4.1 x 0.1 inches
Item Weight 0.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B001LP40KY
Customer Reviews
3.3 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Date first available at Amazon.com November 20, 2008

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By Kleomanis Karahalis on May 31, 2009
My first frustration was that it did not fit the Kindle 2 as claimed. Once I went through the trouble of trimming it, I got to experience what the other users have said about this protector.

The glare is particularly eyecatching...which might be useful if you were say stranded... and needed to signal for help but breathtakingly annoying while you were attempting to read a few pages in between signaling and awaiting help to arrive.

If you absolutely feel compelled to cover your naked screen before the one you ordered has arrived...just wrap plastic wrap around the top of your Kindle. It will be just about as good as this protector, except for the signaling bit.
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First, let me say that I had previously purchased a different screen protector for my Kindle 1.0 (this one: http://www.amazon.com/Amazon-Kindle-ClearTouch-Anti-Glare-Protector/dp/B001ACNN9W/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top). I was happy with that screen protector, which didn't add to the glare and left just a few tiny bubbles in the corners when I put it on. But it also cost $13, which seems pricey to me.

So when I got my Kindle 2.0, I decided to try this different screen protector. Big Mistake! First, the corners of the screen protector are square, whereas the corners on the new Kindle are rounded. Small detail perhaps, but it does make lining up the protector a bit trickier. After placing it on, I notice big bubbles on the screen that I could not squeeze out with the flimsy cardboard squeegee. But the worst part was the glare. It was like looking into a mirror! It was so bad that I removed the protector after 2 minutes.

I've decided not to use a protector at all, since I always close the cover when I'm not reading. If I were to use one, I would consider going back to the protector sold by BoxWave Corp.
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I bought this as a replacement for my first Kindle screen protector, thinking it might be better. Not only was it too thick, it was impossible to get the bubbles out, and the white tag that says "peel off" did not, so I was left with frayed white paper on the front of my Kindle, which was impossible to remove. I wish I had stayed with my first, and have now ordered a full package from another company.
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** not an easy item to place on screen.

** glare issues making reading difficult.

** bubbles are impossible to get rid of.

** i removed my "protector" almost immediately.

** huge waste of time and money
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I totally agree with other reviews! I was very careful. I have an Iphone so I went in knowing to clean the screen carefully prior. With my phone, it was clean it, lay it on, it fit perfectly! I was not prepared for this mess! I did get the backing off fine but I couldn't get the cover to lay flat on the screen since the corners needed to be shaped. So once I realized that, the backing was already off and in the juggle to get the corners clipped there are now a couple of tiny dust particles which create bubbles that don't look so tiny and it has a horrible glare!. I am constantly shifting to get the shine off the screen. I will be replacing this!
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I have purchased all kinds of screen protectors from this seller and I am happy with all of them.

There is a little trick to put on this screen protector though. We should use a wet towel to clean up the surface and then apply the protector to prevent the bubbles from showing.
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Had high hopes but what a rip-off. There is white paper on the protector which would NOT
come off; therefore the so-called protector is totally useless. Plus one can see scratches on
the protector. DO NO waste your $.
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