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Bobb-o

Screen protection for H2O?

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Bobb-o

anyone know where i could find those clear stickers to protect the face of my H2O? i am looking for something similar to what they make for digital cameras, but so far have been unable to find anything large enough.

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Ralph Wiggum

I got some at Best Buy made for PDAs.

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Bob Horn

Any of the office supply places will have them. There not cheap so don't be shocked. I bought a case for mine. If you go to there site and look up accessories you will see them. I paid 19 bucks for mine.

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Gadgetman

Wally world has a screen protector for gameboys or some type of hand held game that they sell in the game area that run about $10 for two, you will have to cut to fit but work nbicely

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PierBridge

It's really a must the H2O's screens scratch very easily.

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Bob/Mn

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anyone know where i could find those clear stickers to protect the face of my H2O? i am looking for something similar to what they make for digital cameras, but so far have been unable to find anything large enough.


They are listed on Ebay. $11.49 to $12.49 including shipping and handeling.

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CrappieAttitude

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Wally world has a screen protector for gameboys or some type of hand held game that they sell in the game area that run about $10 for two, you will have to cut to fit but work nbicely


Are they a cling type of protector, or is it a clear sticker that covers it. I hate removing stickers from things and only be left with a sticky goop afterwards.

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Ralph Wiggum

Cling-type.

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gvt

If you've got scratches in the screen Meguiar's PlastX Clear Plastic Cleaner & Polish works very well for removing them.

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Skeets

Ralph----what the he** are you trying to lick??? blush.gif

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PierBridge

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If you've got scratches in the screen Meguiar's PlastX Clear Plastic Cleaner & Polish works very well for removing them.


I may have to try that I don't think it will work on the HORSE CRAP quality H2O screen though.

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Ralph----what the he** are you trying to lick???


He's not trying to lick he is licking that baby dinosaur.

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Ralph Wiggum

That was a full-tongue lick of a sturgeon.

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dustin85

I bought one from shieldzone for about 9.00 comes with a lifetime warranty. I know several people happy with this product. You can also get more opinions on this subject from geocaching websites and forums

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LOGBUILDER

GVT WERE DO YPU GET THIS STUFF I COULD USE SOME MY SREEN HAS A WEAR MARK ACROSS THE FACE THANKS

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