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    Quote Originally Posted by wlp5 View Post
    I wouldn't worry about it. The only thing to worry before it sets is to make sure it's correctly aligned, make sure the hole matches the camera and the edges on other side don't stick out. The round edges are hard to stick, try it after it dries out for a couple of hours.
    It was all aligned correctly last night but just had the problem with that build up in the gap between the metal back meeting the black bottom part. It looks and feels lovely, the extra grip is nice to have as itís very slippery on its own. Thereís one or two air bubbles but I can live with them as they are tiny (only on the back.) the front fits perfectly although it seems that I have to touch slightly harder as itís seems that it is not as responsive as it was without the front skin.

    The build up is still the so I'm still not sure if it will come out or if it will go inside the phone! Should I leave it on longer or take it off to be on the safe side??

    Didnít no1 else have this issue?


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    Sorry about the delay, thesource. I don't frequent this forum much.

    I also had some solution stuck in the same area. I'm looking at it now and it did evaporate (this is 2 months after application). I believe it evaporated after 1 month though.

    You can always take it off I guess but then you may not be able to reuse the skin unfortunately. I did not use the BSE's pre-cut skin for the back because the tabs were annoying. I used a DIY sheet from BSE and just made square, so the back is only 90% protected.

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    Added pics, hope that helps. (Full-res pics upon request).




    Last edited by phungy; 12-09-2007 at 09:14 AM. Reason: added pics
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    I have an Invisible Shield, it took me about 2.5 hours to install, I am anal as hell about these things ;-). It came out PERFECT and I can tell you this, it's one of the best investments you can make in your iPhone. Combine this with the Griffin Leather/Hard interior plastic case (Available at the Apple Store) and you will never worry about dropping or scratching your iPhone again.

    Anything else but the Invisible Shield is inferior, sorry, but it's the truth. The IS is made out of a patented material that is used by our armed forces to protect Helicopter blades from incurring damage. You could key the hell out of the phone and you wouldn't incur any any damage to the phone.

    Highly recommended

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    About these shield I have to tell you guys a truth. If you keep these on the phone for a long time (a year or so ) sticky stuff will dry out and it will stick to the phone very hard and if you want to remove it you have to use getergent which may damage back of the phone. It is better to replace it evey few month. I am trying to make my own shield from the same sticky transparent plastics bought for 50 cents. All I need the pattern to print on it and cut with sizers and spray a bit of soapy water and install it. I will post photoes when it finished. This way it is possible to make your own shield and installe it before it gets dried so badly not to able to remove it.

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    Isopropyl Alcohol does the trick without using detergent and possibly damaging the iPhone.
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    Invisible Shield's customer service for a replacement has gotten significantly worse. It is now virtually non-existent.

    I had a good first experience with them. This second time around, I've been on hold for up to 40 minutes three times without any operator picking up.

    I've left voicemail messages: no response.
    Emails: no response

    If you need a replacement, you're SOL.

    Keep that in mind when purchasing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smersh View Post
    Invisible Shield's customer service for a replacement has gotten significantly worse. It is now virtually non-existent.

    I had a good first experience with them. This second time around, I've been on hold for up to 40 minutes three times without any operator picking up.

    I've left voicemail messages: no response.
    Emails: no response

    If you need a replacement, you're SOL.

    Keep that in mind when purchasing.
    ^^ Another reason to buy from BSE. USPS had some issues losing my mail from BSE...twice. I contacted BSE and Mike, the president, quickly shipped both out again with no questions asked. Now that's superior customer service!
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    I agree BSE has excellent customer service.

    Nice job phungy!
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    I got one for iPhone. Its awesome. Its lightly sticky and will prevent sliping and theres no way to scratch it. And their free dashpad is all I needed in my car

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    Quote Originally Posted by thesource View Post
    i recived my BSE for iPhone and Video ipod, im a bit worried about this solution being applied to the surface of the phone? i have read comments and its just water and soap. But what if a bit of this solution got inside the phone through the headphone or usb port? ive seen the video on invshield site and he sprays it all over the skin? it seems a little dangerous?? (sorry bit paranoid but im in the UK and bought it from US so if i brick it its a £300 paper weight!! but i want the skin on there!?)

    thanks
    Don't worry its not water and it was developed to be used with electronic devices so it won't damage it.


 

 
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