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197 of 202 people found the following review helpful.
No instructions except for the small illustration on each of ...
By W. Richardson
No instructions except for the small illustration on each of the tabs numbered 1, 2, and 3! That's why 3 stars instead of 5. So, here is a little help: There are three screen protectors in the box. You are "installing" only one of them, the other two are for future use (or if you mess up the one you are installing). Each screen protector is "sandwiched" between two protective plastic "covers". The "cover" with the tabs labeled "1" and "2" will be removed to expose the side of the protector that faces down onto the Kindle screen. So, here is what I think you are supposed to do: Clean the screen of the Kindle with the enclosed cloth. Remove one of the screen protectors from it's plastic envelope. Use the "1" tab to remove part of the "cover" exposing approximately 1/3 of the screen protector. Carefully align the newly exposed side of the screen protector with the top part of the Kindle screen (newly exposed side in contact with the Kindle screen). Use the plastic card to remove any bubbles. Remove the remaining bottom 2/3 of the "cover" using the "2" tab while aligning the remaining 2/3 of the screen protector over the Kindle screen. Use the plastic card to remove any bubbles. Finally, remove the top cover of the screen protector with the tab labeled "3". If needed, use the plastic card again to remove any remaining bubbles. Hope that helps.
62 of 63 people found the following review helpful.
Reflects like a mirror!
This shield is so highly reflective that after adding it to my new Paperwhite, indoor lights behind me (several feet away in my kitchen) were reflecting off of the screen with perfect clarity when I tried to read. I could see them as clearly as if I were viewing a mirror. So disappointed...and it's a nightmare to take off. Complete waste of money.
35 of 35 people found the following review helpful.
I bought this screen protector to go over a waterproof case. It's almost as shiny as the case itself. The screen protector needs to be trimmed so that it won't bubble, but that won't get rid of the reflective qualities.
The first pic is with the NuPro "anti-glare". The second pic is with NO screen protector. The third pic is with a Fosmon matte anti-glare protector, which works great, but I need to trim it since the case isn't flat on the edges.