- Patented technology ensures bubble-free installation.
- iVisor can be washed and reapplied repeatedly.
- Enhanced scratch protection and smudge resistance.
Newly fitted for the Galaxy Note II, iVisor AG is the next generation screen protector that has been expertly designed to protect your Galaxy Note II’s beautiful display while reducing annoying glare and smudging. Utilizing Moshi’s own proprietary technology, the iVisor is the only screen protector that is removable and re-usable and can be installed in seconds with absolutely zero bubbles, making it the easiest screen protector to install on the market today. The iVisor AG has been surface treated to provide enhanced scratch protection, fingerprint / smudge protection, and anti-glare properties while still retaining clarity.
Please follow the step-by-step instructions on how to install iVisor on your device:
Step 1. Use the microfiber cloth included in the package to wipe away any dust particles on your device.
Step 2. Peel off iVisor’s backside film (labeled #1) gently before applying.
Step 3. Align iVisor on top of your device.
Step 4. Gently apply pressure around the borders of iVisor to secure it in place.
Do not bend or fold iVisor, crease marks are permanent and will affect performance.
Don’t throw away the original packaging and back sticker; use them for temporary stow-away.
Use the included microfiber cloth to wipe any fingerprint smears or smudges from iVisor's front surface. Apply some water to the cloth to remove any stubborn stains. In the rare occasion that iVisor has lost its grip due to dust or lint buildup, a complete wash is necessary.
For a complete wash, use a mild detergent (such as dish washing liquid) and water to hand wash both sides of iVisor. Use your thumbs to brush away any dust or lint attached to iVisor's adhesive border. Rinse and gently shake to dry. Use the included microfiber cloth to gently wipe away any remaining water droplets on the iVisor. Do not use the microfiber cloth on the adhesive border. Let iVisor dry naturally by placing it on a dry paper towel with the adhesive border facing upward. Make sure no dust or lint particles stick to iVisor's adhesive border during drying then reapply. After a successful wash, iVisor's adhesive border should restore to its original stickiness.
Best on Yet Review by czarboom
My wife got one off the bat for her Nokia, I finally went to this for my Note II. I've used about 3 different ones and I can say this is the best. No more lines in soft screen covers because of the stylus. And I took my wife's off, washed it and let it dry. Put it back on no issues. Awesome.
Pros- easy to install, no peeling up from putting it in my pocket, no lint under screen protector, reusable (stupid easy to do), dry install, and looks like it was build into the phone
Cons- takes a little brightness away from your phone, -if you turn the brightness all the way down, and take it outside with this cover you will never see your phone screen.... TIP, in hotter places, the sticky stuff that hold the protector onto your phone will start to gum up, almost like that crap that attaches to samples in magazines... but that has been a year of use for my wife, and I washed it and straightened it and its working again. So far BEST I have FOUND.
Overall: Ill put it like this, my wife is still on her first protector, I (using a soft screen protector company) ordered .... well I'm on my 5th replacement. until I got this dude. With exception to the slight tint it puts on the screen this thing is dope.
Tips: If you have put these on before this is child's play, if you jack it up too much, wash it and do it again.
- in your bathroom turn on the shower and steam up the room. Shut your phone off, remove battery, clean your hands and then your phone. Take it into the steamy bathroom and apply the new cover. (you can keep the door open and turn off the shower once you start to apply it)
by doing this you will trap all the dust so none of it gets under your phone.
-as the outside edge loses stickiness, you will need to wash and reapply. shake it and lean it on its edge to dry. Use clean hands and tweezers or tooth pick to smooth and straighten the tacky stuff on the outside. Do this before you dry it, and use warm to almost hot water, makes the tacky stuff easier to mold.
-it will look blurry and oil like when you first apply it. Wait a few hrs, it will clear up, and by morning it will be super clear. Would give it 5 stars if it didn't tint the brightness.
(Posted on 1/13/14)
Great Screen Protector Review by St. Louis Ken
Screen Protector worked great. I could never find one that worked with my phone case, but this one is perfect (Posted on 10/21/13)
Worth every penny. Review by Neil
After trying an ultra clear oleophobic screen protector (scratched within days in a empty jeans pocket) even tried a Zagg Invisibleshield which I’ve happily used on other devices but on the AMOLED screen the orange peel effect doesn’t look so ‘invisible’.
This is bar far the best looking in terms of both design & screen clarity & the easiest I’ve ever put on without leaving any air bubbles or needing to adjust.
Smudge resistance is extremely good at preventing fingerprints and any marks wipe of by hand.
Antiglare - didn’t realise how well this was working until compared to a ‘naked’ phone.
Protector adheres well with no sign of lifting at the edges, no pocket lint or dust trying to get in yet (using for 1 week so far).
Reusable – didn’t want to try as this looks stunning on the Note II but I’ll take their word for it as they’ve not made any exaggerated claims about this product & is performing as per advertised.
No change in the performance of the stylus, screen has slight look of paper grain but only really noticeable on white pages & has pleasant feel to it when swiping finger (not plasticy like Zagg) still smooth but not as much as glass.
All in all a high quality product.
1) Place screen protector on phone without having peeled of the first layer as per instructions.
2) Use couple of strips of tape to hold one side down like a hinge when you are happy with alignment.
3) Lift gently opposite end & remove backing.
4) Slowly place screen protector back down & remove tape.
Mine when on perfect first time & the iVisor looks part of the phone design now. (Posted on 6/11/13)
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