(Topic ID: 248321)

Playfield Protectors - Jurassic Park | Premium/LE - all available!

By protectors

2 years ago



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  • Latest reply 1 year ago by Jamwin
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#1 2 years ago

We will directly import the upcoming pinball machines in order to deliver our protectors as close to the release date as possible.

Jurassic Park (Pro) playfield protectors... expected to start shipping mid of August 2019.
https://www.playfield-protectors.com/Home/Details/RS9en8XBmEKkqs7plWYzng

Jurassic Park (Premium) playfield protectors... expected to start shipping beginning of September 2019.
https://www.playfield-protectors.com/Home/Details/40pSqBJvdEOXRoBo1nOJbg
Jurassic Park (Limited) playfield protectors... expected to start shipping beginning of September 2019.
https://www.playfield-protectors.com/Home/Details/yFEM3sLQsEWa9E4BdeGegw

Plastic Protectors will also be available as soon as the Playfield Protectors are ready to ship (please see "Similar products"... right column).

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#2 2 years ago

Jurassic Park (Pro) hit our office!
We started creating the playfield protector - shipping will start latest Monday...

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#3 2 years ago

The plastic protector set is now also available and ready to ship
https://www.playfield-protectors.com/Home/Details/jjaqdNGjmk64PZh2a35kiQ

Additionally we have a protector set which contains the playfield protector, the plastic protector set and the half circle button protectors.
https://www.playfield-protectors.com/Home/Details/Yjd7RJf07U-muiKFQZMk-w

#4 2 years ago
Quoted from protectors:

The plastic protector set is now also available and ready to ship
https://www.playfield-protectors.com/Home/Details/jjaqdNGjmk64PZh2a35kiQ
Additionally we have a protector set which contains the playfield protector, the plastic protector set and the half circle button protectors.
https://www.playfield-protectors.com/Home/Details/Yjd7RJf07U-muiKFQZMk-w

Apologies in advance for my ignorance. My first pinball machine purchase ever is about to be the JP LE. I'm curious about the benefit of the protector. It feels like buying a top of the line cell phone with already shatter and scratch proof glass, then putting a screen protector on it that only ends up peeling off and causing more aggravation than protection. Aka it's not necessary. I'm guessing it's not fair to compare cell phone apples to pinball apples, but aren't playfields (Stern in particular) these days far less susceptible to general gameplay wear? Again I'm sure there's a reason that I'm unaware of I'm just curious as to why newer playfield technology would benefit from a protector skin as I do want to take the best measures to preserve my machine.

#5 2 years ago
Quoted from timlah79:

Apologies in advance for my ignorance. My first pinball machine purchase ever is about to be the JP LE. I'm curious about the benefit of the protector. It feels like buying a top of the line cell phone with already shatter and scratch proof glass, then putting a screen protector on it that only ends up peeling off and causing more aggravation than protection. Aka it's not necessary. I'm guessing it's not fair to compare cell phone apples to pinball apples, but aren't playfields (Stern in particular) these days far less susceptible to general gameplay wear? Again I'm sure there's a reason that I'm unaware of I'm just curious as to why newer playfield technology would benefit from a protector skin as I do want to take the best measures to preserve my machine.

The Gorilla Glass on phones are scratch/fingerprint resistant up to a point. If you get the cheap worthless plastic screen protectors they peel off. However if you get the glass ones they don't do any of that and work as intended.

Playfield protectors are great at preventing dimpling for NIB games mainly.

Congrats on your NIB purchase! I played JP last night and it's a super fun game.

#6 2 years ago
Quoted from hool10:

The Gorilla Glass on phones are scratch/fingerprint resistant up to a point. If you get the cheap worthless plastic screen protectors they peel off. However if you get the glass ones they don't do any of that and work as intended.

I hate that tempered glass stuff. Tried it every time I get a new phone, it breaks off in chunks. The last time the phone guy did it for me, said I must be doing it wrong. It cracked on the second day, never had an issue with the plastic stuff. It peels after a while, but you just replace it.... but by that time, you just get a new phone.

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#8 2 years ago

.. all Jurassic Park protectors are ready to ship!

2 months later
#9 2 years ago

Christmas Discount code and Jurassic Park Premium protector set please. Ready to buy now.

1 month later
#10 1 year ago

anyone have any experience installing a playfield protector on JP2? i am going to purchase one soon and will absolutely be installing a protector because the dimpling is maddening to me but i love the pin. curious how laborious it will be to install. yes, know the manufacturer will make it sound like it is easy but i want real world feedback from someone who isn't a manufacturer. thanks in advance.

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