Zagg.com - US Memorial Day - 50% Off Invisible Shields & others - 20% off Keyboards
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Zagg.com - US Memorial Day - 50% Off Invisible Shields & others - 20% off Keyboards

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Found 28th May 2012
From iphone canada;

"It’s the Memorial Day long weekend down in the USA, and ZAGG is celebrating by holding one of their biggest sales of the year. Their Memorial Day sale for 2012 features 20% off cases and keyboards (which never go on sale) and 50% off everything else (invisibleSHIELDS, ZAGGsparq chargers, ZAGGskins, etc). The discounts will show up in your checkout cart.

The Memorial Day sale begins Sunday 10:00 PM MDT (GMT -6:00) and ends Wednesday at 2:00 AM MDT (GMT -6:00). All orders over $9.99 will get a free ZAGGfoam cleaning kit.

There are only 1-2 of these 50% off sales every year. It’s the perfect time to stock up on shields for your iPhone 4S, new iPad or any other electronic. The best deal is probably 50% off the ZAGGsparq charger (review), which normally retails for $99.99 USD."

I picked up a shield for my Iphone 4, one for my Samsung Galaxy Ace and one for my Ipod. I've had these before for my Xperia Play - really great shields and, best of all, lifetime warranties!

zagg.com/sup…php

Yes, there's shipping to the uk - but, with the 50% this makes the shields way cheaper than I can find them here.

Eg for the Ace - Amazon is £11.50 + £2.01 postage, on the site 10.53 Euros (£8.45) including postage!
So £8.45 rather than £13.51.

PLEASE NOTE - Discount only seems to apply if the goods are shipping from the Ireland Warehouse, So for example the Iphone 4/4s HD Coverage, which the site tells you ships from the US, has the discount removed.

But there's a lot that ships from Ireland!

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When I tell it I'm shipping to the UK the 50% discount disappears

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Edited by: "dtemple" 28th May 2012

Original Poster

dtemple

When I tell it I'm shipping to the UK the 50% discount disappears



It doesn't do that for maximum coverage.
I think it's the HD part, have a go at checking out without HD

EDIT - Worked it out - anything that ships from the US warehouse isn't eligable - the HD coverage ships from the US, the maximum coverage ships from Ireland.
Edited by: "Exconnaught" 28th May 2012

Beware - I found these an absolute nightmare to apply, and I'm pretty experienced fitting normal screen protectors etc

Hard to apply, but with a little bit of patience, easily doable

Original Poster

Michealtbh

Beware - I found these an absolute nightmare to apply, and I'm pretty … Beware - I found these an absolute nightmare to apply, and I'm pretty experienced fitting normal screen protectors etc



I agree you have to be a bit careful, top tip - apply a lot of the supplied liquid onto the invisible shield and onto your fingers, it makes them easy to move around if you don't place them correctly.

I've done a lot of them now, this'll be my third or fourth set of devices!
I really like them. No bubbles and I really, really like the lifetime warranty - everytime I scratch them with keys or anything, a new one wings it's way over here!

Exconnaught

I agree you have to be a bit careful, top tip - apply a lot of the … I agree you have to be a bit careful, top tip - apply a lot of the supplied liquid onto the invisible shield and onto your fingers, it makes them easy to move around if you don't place them correctly.I've done a lot of them now, this'll be my third or fourth set of devices!I really like them. No bubbles and I really, really like the lifetime warranty - everytime I scratch them with keys or anything, a new one wings it's way over here!



The main problem is getting it to stick at corners and edges. Using the recommended "palming" technique usually just results in the protector sticking to my hand rather than the phone. Nightmare.

Exconnaught

It doesn't do that for maximum coverage.I think it's the HD part, have a … It doesn't do that for maximum coverage.I think it's the HD part, have a go at checking out without HDEDIT - Worked it out - anything that ships from the US warehouse isn't eligable - the HD coverage ships from the US, the maximum coverage ships from Ireland.



Got it cheers for working it out!

Original Poster

Michealtbh

The main problem is getting it to stick at corners and edges. Using the … The main problem is getting it to stick at corners and edges. Using the recommended "palming" technique usually just results in the protector sticking to my hand rather than the phone. Nightmare.



If you ever do one again, just make sure whichever part of your hand you are touching the shield with is sprayed with the liquid they send. Always works for me! (Mind you, I think their palming technique is a bit daft).
If it doesn't work....warranty replacement!
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