1. heli0m's Avatar
    Hey guys, it's me again... Loving my phone more than I should, too many selfies. Too many.
    But now I have to be extremely serious, because there are miniscule scratches near my search key now.
    Yeah, Gorilla Glass doesn't mean ' NO SCRATCHES ALTOGETHER ' It's my own fault for not putting one on.
    I have some generalized screen protector for this phone currently, but placing them on ruined my day.
    So now I would like to ask, do you have a screen protector on YOUR L925 & if you do, which one ?

    If you would like to recommend me a case, hehe, I have a perfect one already
    Thanks for all the help (:
    07-05-2014 02:08 AM
  2. NokianWP's Avatar
    I have the armorsuit militaryshield for my 920.
    Pros
    Self healing
    very strong- not easily damaged
    incredible warranty.
    Drys with no bubbles upon a day of setting.[wet app]
    Will NOT easily peel up. (easy removal though)

    Cons
    Wet application
    Its a soft screen protector. (small, non-warping divots form (this isn't a problem)
    Dust can get in when applying.

    ❔I am not sure if it is made for the 925.❔
    07-05-2014 02:57 AM
  3. calfee20's Avatar
    07-05-2014 08:03 AM
  4. johnskrilla's Avatar
    get a tempered glass screen protectors if u don't want it to crack..
    07-05-2014 04:01 PM
  5. Shad0wguy's Avatar
    I have ghost armor on my 925 and have had no issues with it. Works great.
    07-05-2014 06:35 PM
  6. Lloydbm4's Avatar
    Wet application of any 3M made screen protector film is always the best for the phone, but most difficult to apply properly (and you always want to ensure it has UV protection, otherwise it can yellow over time). The advantages of these screen protectors are they self-heal from scratches, they protect the entire screen edge to edge, don't allow foreign material, like lint and dirt, to get underneath the film, and they actually increase the durability/strength of the screen via the added layer of film mated to the glass (think of that thick window film applied to windows in hurricane zones. It prevents debris from penetrating and prevents glass from shattering/spider webbing. But again, this is the most difficult to apply and takes the longest to set/cure. Usually 3-4 days before air bubbles vanish.

    Tempered glass screen protectors are good, but don't go edge to edge on the 925 and allow for dirt/lint to collect under the edges. It does mate to the gorilla glass, but not at the level of a 3M wet film type.

    Last type of screen protector is the dry application. Easy to apply and remove, prevents scratches, can be minimally effective in minor drops to protect the screen from cracking, but still allows for lint/dirt collection around the edges of the film, since it does not go edge to edge on the 925.

    If you want complete protection, buy a wet film application. And there are places that will install it for you if you buy it from them. I know some T-Mobile stores will do this.
    Guytronic likes this.
    07-05-2014 08:56 PM
  7. worldspy99's Avatar
    Buy a good branded protector and it will go on just fine even with the dry technique. Plenty of good options on eBay and Amazon. Good luck.
    07-07-2014 12:22 PM
  8. Cyterio's Avatar
    I will second the ArmorShield for the 925. I've had both it and the Skinomi. The Skinomi was okay but the proximity sensor is cut out the wrong way.
    Sent from my Nokia Lumia 925 using Tapatalk
    NokianWP and heli0m like this.
    07-07-2014 12:27 PM

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