Product Reference: 36578
An indispensable accessory for those that want to keep their devices screen in pristine condition. Protect your mobile device's expensive and fragile screen from damage and scratches.
Impact damage from keys, coins & pens can damage fragile LCD screens and cause premature display failure. Martin Fields patented scratch resistant coating protects from daily damage, whilst providing exceptional durability even during extended use.
Exceptionally clear, designed to allow maximum light transmittance, whilst reducing monochromatic abnormalities, giving enhanced colour reproducibility and image sharpness. Polarised anti-glare coating helps to reduce eye strain when using Martin Fields Screen Protectors. Other screen protectors use diffused reflection to reduce glare, resulting in lower colour reproduction and dull monochromatic colouration.
Improved textured finish on all Martin Fields Screen Protectors makes them perfect for using with stylus based devices. Papered texture provides increased friction when using a stylus, to enable the stylus to be more accurate and prevent slipping.
"Well, I must say, the Martin Fields Overlay Plus screen protector certainly lived up to my expectations! After applying the protector and using it I found my screen to be very bright, smooth against the stylus, and resistant to any type of scratch or mark. What more can you ask of a screen protector?
Nothing, really. I've found my new favourite screen protector and I think most users will find the same thing in the Martin Shields Overlay Plus."
— Devin Henderson, Pocketnow.com, February 2004
"The protectors are washable and reusable, and you can't see the plastic after it's applied. It helps reduce glare too.
"It wasn't until I actually installed an Overlay on my Tapwave Zodiac that I realized that this is theclearest adhesive protector I have ever used. When I say clear, I mean crystal. There is no hint of even the slightest glare-reducing frost effect that I have grown used to with other long-lasting adhesive protectors. There is no "paper feel" texture to add opacity to the protector. In fact, the best way to describe a properly installed Martin Fields Overlay is like this: brand new screen. Seriously."
— Judie Hughes, Gadgeteer, January 2004
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