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So... I just ordered myself a screen protector from iloome. Has anyone ordered a screen protector from them, if so, how is it? If I thought the G2 would survive a fall in the folio case, I'd just use that, but obviously it's thin plastic, come on LG!

 

Not sure if it's been discussed here or not, but if any of you are thinking about getting an otterbox defender, please be aware that it has a gap between the screen and screen protector. I didn't think it'd be that bad, but it really is terrible. Once the screen protector arrives, I'm going to pop the otterbox one out of the defender. Other than that, the case is great, saved my G2 numerous times.

 

I ordered it off of ebay from iloome. (You can either order it from their site or ebay, I found that it would ship faster through ebay after placing the first order through their site then cancelling it) They also have a deal running (Ebay says 2 days left), and supposedly it's a 43% off deal, so I paid $16.99.

 

http://www.iloome.com/LG-G2-Screen-Protector-Flexible/dp/B00F4IIGMM

 

 

 

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Thanks for the heads up.  I just ordered one from E Bay.  I have an Otterbox Commuter case which I like but I have been unhappy with the screen protector that was included.

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Here's another alternative Glass protector:

http://mimeusa.com/product/g2-ghost-glass-tempered-glass-screen-protector/

 

 

It's a tad pricey, but I bought one from my N5 and I always forget there is a screen protector. The best decision I ever made was getting this glass protector.

 

Also how does flexible glass work? o.o

 

 

-Luis

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Thanks for the heads up.  I just ordered one from E Bay.  I have an Otterbox Commuter case which I like but I have been unhappy with the screen protector that was included.

The defender is great other than that stupid air gap. It makes using the phone sometimes annoying. Too bad there isn't as many cases as there are for the Samsung Galaxy S3/S4. I really miss my Griffin Survivor. I loved that case, I ditched my old Otterbox defender case (For the Samsung Galaxy S3) until a few months ago, the case started ripping due to heavy wear and tear.

 

The thing I hate about the Otterbox defenders is that dust gets underneath the dang screen protector, so that's another reason why I ordered a screen protector. My Griffin Survivor never had that problem, as they fully sealed the display inside the case, where there is cut-outs in the Otterbox.

 

 

Here's another alternative Glass protector:

http://mimeusa.com/product/g2-ghost-glass-tempered-glass-screen-protector/

 

 

It's a tad pricey, but I bought one from my N5 and I always forget there is a screen protector. The best decision I ever made was getting this glass protector.

 

Also how does flexible glass work? o.o

 

 

-Luis

If I don't like my iloome, I'll probably give that a try. Based on the reviews, I think I should be happy. This is the first time I've ordered a glass screen protector, so hopefully I'll like it. I've always had plastic built in screen protectors, so this should be a nice change. You know, I don't understand why they made it flexible, I would only see that being useful for the LG G Flex.

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If I don't like my iloome, I'll probably give that a try. Based on the reviews, I think I should be happy. This is the first time I've ordered a glass screen protector, so hopefully I'll like it. I've always had plastic built in screen protectors, so this should be a nice change. You know, I don't understand why they made it flexible, I would only see that being useful for the LG G Flex.

Trust me, once you try a glass screen protector you will never ever want to go back. It's literally as if your phone ever had a protector in the first place. I never liked plastic protectors because when applied wet, they tend to have the orange peel effect, and if not they feel stick after a while.

 

Never, ever going back to plastic TEP protectors.

 

 

-Luis

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Trust me, once you try a glass screen protector you will never ever want to go back. It's literally as if your phone ever had a protector in the first place. I never liked plastic protectors because when applied wet, they tend to have the orange peel effect, and if not they feel stick after a while.

 

Never, ever going back to plastic TEP protectors.

 

 

-Luis

 

Anti-graffiti film, the same thing applied to bathroom mirrors in stores like Kohls, is much better of a material than those "plastic" screen protectors. It doesn't feel like it's there, and I sell it for much cheaper than even those glass screen protectors.

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Anti-graffiti film, the same thing applied to bathroom mirrors in stores like Kohls, is much better of a material than those "plastic" screen protectors. It doesn't feel like it's there, and I sell it for much cheaper than even those glass screen protectors.

I've never been to a Kohl's. But they are building one down here, so one day I'll know what you are talking about!

 

 

-Luis

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I've never been to a Kohl's. But they are building one down here, so one day I'll know what you are talking about!

 

 

-Luis

 

There are some other department stores that use Anti-graffiti on their bathroom mirrors too.

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