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    Does the zagg 42mm apple watch screen protector affect the touch screen capability of the watch?   (11 Answers)

    By Bigmac August 27, 2015.

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      Not all!!

      By Merom3 September 16, 2015.

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      Does it have an alarm?   (14 Answers)

      By Speedy June 5, 2016.

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        Ummm, it's a screen protector

        By Victor June 22, 2016.

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        Is it better to have Best Buy install this?   (12 Answers)

        I read many negative reviews from guys who only post bad reviews because of the corners not staying down. I spoke with a manager at best buy and he said the reason they charge to install them is because Zagg sends a representative to each store to train the employees on the proper way to install these which then you will get a Lifetime warranty from Zagg so I assume there's a certain method that differs from installing them on a flat surface such as a phone. Has anybody had any negative feedback after Best Buy installed this for them?

        By Anonymous December 22, 2015.

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          No and the product still sucks

          By Greggdisapointed January 4, 2016.

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          Do I really need this? I know that it's only $20, but...   (12 Answers)

          ...Okay, I have a long rectangular white box sitting next to me which should contain the " Apple Watch™ 42mm Stainless Steel Case - Milanese Loop" that I ordered two days ago. I have been reading the reviews here and still cannot decide whether I actually need a screen protector - and this screen protector in particular. My experience with Zagg has been mixed. On my first iOS device - an iPad Air 2 - it shattered when I tried to lift the bottom left hand corner and I just threw it away. Zagg worked fine on my iPhone 6 Plus and I just received the Zagg protector for my iPad Pro, which currently has a Tech Armor protector, and will be replaced tomorrow. So I trust the brand, and they do have excellent customer service, but they can be a bit dodgy at times - if you click a visual link to the product on Zagg's site, for instance, you get to the dreaded 404 page. I want to take this thing out of the box and just go at it. Is the Sapphire Crystal "good enough" or not? I know that I'll get into the box sooner or later – very much like the kid at Christmas who knows that there is no way that a box that small could contain the Encyclopedia Britannica but dying to see what's in there, nonetheless. Just need three answers - one from someone who high-fived it and couldn't live without the peace of mind that if affords, from someone who hates it with a good valid argument of why it's unnecessary and finally a two-three star reviewer who can make arguments for or against. Thanks.

          By cider guy December 11, 2015.

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            Cheaper and more reliable options out there, keep searching.

            By Arch123 January 15, 2016.

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            hi i bought one and there was no protector in the package!!!!!

            By mc1234 June 9, 2015.

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              I do not understand your question. The protector is on the white paper/card. Please read the instructions. I am not being rude. I found that reading the instructions helped in the application process. If the protector is missing, try returning the product in complete form to Best Buy, I have never had a problem returning a product to Best Buy.

              By Ouiwee August 19, 2015.

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              Is the Apple Watch 2nd gen on sale on Black Friday?   (5 Answers)

              By EN November 24, 2016.

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                No never goes on sale

                By Protector December 16, 2016.

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              Is this a film or glass? I have used both. Glass for my iphone and film for my fibit.   (5 Answers)

              By Apple March 18, 2017.

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                Film

                By Nikonster March 22, 2017.

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              The Apple Watch Series 2 is waterproof and can be worn swimming. Is this screen protector waterproof and able to be worn swimming? If not, does a waterproof screen protector exist?   (5 Answers)

              By Lilypad January 27, 2017.

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                If the screen protector is applied correctly, you will not have any issues in water. Should stay on!

                By Maverix41 February 4, 2017.

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              Will this function properly on a series 2 Apple watch?   (10 Answers)

              By Mike November 17, 2016.

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                yes all screen protectors that are film will be compatible with either series 1 or series 2 watch only difference is if you have the 42mm vs. 38mm nothing else matters

                By me39 November 22, 2016.

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              Will this work with the new series 2 Apple Watch   (5 Answers)

              By Kww September 19, 2016.

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                Yes it will most definitely work and you will not be disappointed.

                By Jessy October 10, 2016.

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