12-10-2014 09:16 AM
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  1. yeoldgreat1's Avatar
    After reading the WP Central review for the Moshi iVisor AG Screen Protector, I'm really interested in getting one for my Lumia 1020.

    I've found the cheapest on ebay, otherwise it's also at AT&T online The only issue is that I can't find anywhere that will ship to the UK. Would anyone on here be willing to buy/forward one on to me? I can organise payment through PayPal if needed.

    Thanks!
    09-23-2013 05:05 AM
  2. pezley's Avatar
    What attracts you to the Moshi one out of interest ?

    We have just started making Screen Protectors and we are based in the UK and am keen to find out what people look for.
    Ours our 0.2mm Self healing, %99 clarity and Slick for the front and 0.1mm for the housing covers. Both Wet apply and I have just finished designing a custom one for the 1020. If you were interested in buying one I'm happy to offer you one and if you aren't %100 happy, give you a refund. Just trying to provide the best product I can and the biggest part of that is getting feedback from people who are using them.
    09-23-2013 07:18 AM
  3. yeoldgreat1's Avatar
    I was interested in the face that is was removable and washable mainly. It's supposedly fingerprint resistant and glare resistant which is a plus.
    I'd be interested in trying yours. How much would it be?
    09-23-2013 08:08 AM
  4. pezley's Avatar
    Ours are 5.25 for a front and back shield inclusive of delivery with in the UK.
    The back cover wraps around the entire device, from one edge of the screen all the way round the back to the other.

    ours certainly have different benefits to the Moshi ones. I stand by what I said, if you wanted one and weren't happy you can have a full refund.

    Haveyou applied a wet screen protector previously ?
    09-23-2013 08:17 AM
  5. yeoldgreat1's Avatar
    I used different wet types in the past, Zagg mainly. I found that the parts that covered the body of the device never curled round enough or were very eager to peel off and attract a hell of a lot of dust. How much of the back does it cover (is there a part for the camera bump?) and does yours cover the front camera?

    What's the best method of payment for you?
    09-23-2013 08:34 AM
  6. pezley's Avatar
    The exact reason you mention above is why we are using the thinner 0.1mm material on the back. I was fed up of the material peeling on corners and dust getting underneath.

    I have had mine fitted to my 920 now for two weeks and it's thrown in and out of my bag, pockets etc and it looks as it did day 1. happy to report no peeling or dust.

    The back cover for the 1020 will cover the camera, I'm waiting for mine to arrive for final fitting to make sure it's all OK but if you want to see what it covers I can email you a pic of the design schematics. There is a piece to cover the camera, full wrap around the back and over the buttons ( with cut outs ) There are also pieces for the top and bottom.

    As for the Front facing Camera. On mine I prefer with out the cut out. I have done extensive testing and am quite confident in that it doesn't produce any quality loss. For customers though the camera cut out is there, response so far has been that they prefer the cut out for reassurance that they are not ruining it. Understandable. I can taylor it to what ever you like though.

    Paypal would be best, PM me if you do fancy it

    Attached are some pics of my 920.
    1.jpg2.jpg3.jpg4.jpg5.jpg
    09-23-2013 08:45 AM
  7. pezley's Avatar
    in fact if you wanted one I would rather point you to our ebay page. I know we technically lose money on fees etc but at the mo, feedback is important to us. That is if you use ebay of course.
    09-23-2013 08:52 AM
  8. CarteBlanche's Avatar
    Could you send me a link to your eBay page? I'd be interested in one for my 1020.
    09-23-2013 08:54 AM
  9. yeoldgreat1's Avatar
    ebay is fine for me! Could you show the design of the skin too?
    09-23-2013 09:03 AM
  10. pezley's Avatar
    Thanks guys,

    We haven't got the 1020 up as of yet. Keep an eye on our store but I will update tonight when the listing is ready. I will also put up the design here to show you

    screenproof-uk | eBay
    09-23-2013 09:40 AM
  11. pezley's Avatar
    Also, what are your opinions on the front facing camera cut out ?
    09-23-2013 09:43 AM
  12. yeoldgreat1's Avatar
    I think I'd prefer a cutout for the front camera, mainly because it gives another marker when aligning the screen protector.
    09-23-2013 09:56 AM
  13. pezley's Avatar
    Hey everyone.

    The 1020 should be listed very shortly. Here is the area it will cover of the device.

    1020-pic.jpg
    09-23-2013 02:37 PM
  14. yeoldgreat1's Avatar
    Looks good. Can you still use the wireless charging back plate if you apply the skin on the back?
    09-23-2013 02:58 PM
  15. pezley's Avatar
    With out having the 1020 with the charging plate here i cant say yes or no. How the 920 is holding up i would say yes. Will know shortly the thicker 0.2mm back the same as zagg id say no.
    09-23-2013 04:03 PM
  16. pezley's Avatar
    The 1020 is now up on ebay and will be tested with a test handset tomorrow. None will be sent out until tested on the actual device for re assurance
    09-23-2013 04:07 PM
  17. MrZippo's Avatar
    The 1020 is now up on ebay and will be tested with a test handset tomorrow. None will be sent out until tested on the actual device for re assurance
    Nice I have just ordered one, really looking forward to it. I haven't used a wet type before so any tips on applying it. Thanks
    09-23-2013 06:27 PM
  18. Nick_1020's Avatar
    Hmmmm
    09-23-2013 06:30 PM
  19. pezley's Avatar
    Thanks mr zippo.! They do come with a full text guide but i am also aiming to have a video guide up by the time you receive yours. I'm here for questioned though. Biggest would be to get the protector adhesive wet as soon as you remove it from its backing. If any dust settles with the liquid it will get squeezed out but if get dust on the adhesive it can be a pain to remove. It is an easy process, after your first go you will be a master
    09-23-2013 07:04 PM
  20. MrZippo's Avatar
    Thanks mr zippo.! They do come with a full text guide but i am also aiming to have a video guide up by the time you receive yours. I'm here for questioned though. Biggest would be to get the protector adhesive wet as soon as you remove it from its backing. If any dust settles with the liquid it will get squeezed out but if get dust on the adhesive it can be a pain to remove. It is an easy process, after your first go you will be a master
    Are they easy to line up like the dry ones? So I guess waiting 5 mins after a hot shower is the best way to apply one as the steam minimises the dust particles in the air. Also what do you use to get the protector adhesive wet? Use a soft sponge?
    What's the protection like compared to a dry one like say Zagg or Martin fields or Steinheil as I have only used those before.
    09-23-2013 07:15 PM
  21. pezley's Avatar
    Are they easy to line up like the dry ones? So I guess waiting 5 mins after a hot shower is the best way to apply one as the steam minimises the dust particles in the air. Also what do you use to get the protector adhesive wet? Use a soft sponge?
    What's the protection like compared to a dry one like say Zagg or Martin fields or Steinheil as I have only used those before.
    They are probably the easiest protectors to line up actually. The liquid solution will allow you to slide the protector where you want it, you then gently start squeezing the liquid out until the protector is in place and not budging any more and keep going until it's all been squeezed out. It might be worth watching one of Zagg/Gadgetshield's install guides, they use the same process. I'm always here for questions though.

    I use a small spray bottle filled with water mixed with a couple of drops of hand soap ( currently strawberry laces flavour scented soap ! ) you can just make a bowl of solution up and dip the protector in it, i do find you end up with a lot of excess liquid on the protector this way though.
    09-24-2013 03:17 AM
  22. darthhen's Avatar
    Hi pezley,

    The rear camera gets hot after a short use, do you think the protector would peel off or discolor over time?

    Thanks.
    09-25-2013 12:49 AM
  23. pezley's Avatar
    Hey, good question actually !

    We have been toying with the thinner material for a few months now and havent seen any discolouration. I have fitted it to a friend of mine's 920 and they have a weird issue where the body gets very very warm, they have been too lazy to send it back to nokia yet though. So far it's holding up as it should. The material is also an out door use film so I can't see temperature causing it to peel.

    that said, we are only a few months in, if people find there's does hit any issues like this I would be happy to send out replacements.
    09-25-2013 03:03 AM
  24. multo's Avatar
    The heating shouldn't be an issue unless we're talking heat enough to deep fry chicken but seriously it's ok. The discoloration would be dependent on the type of material the skin maker chooses. I've seen zagg ones get yellowish over time.

    Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 4
    09-25-2013 04:40 AM
  25. shaddup's Avatar
    Do you ship to the US?
    09-25-2013 06:48 AM
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