iFix Phone Repair | Tempered glass screen protector
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Tempered Glass Screen Protectors

Tempered Glass Screen Protector is made of military grade glass for full protection againt extreme impact and scratches. The ultra thin glass increases shock absorbancy while maintaining high touch sensitivity. Perfectly cut to fit your device with safe rounded corners. Apply this hard coated screen shield with the confidence that it will protect against dust, dirt, and smudges.

  • Superior multi-layer shield has a 0.3-0.5mm thickness in order to prevent deep scratches made by keys or sharp objects.
  • Anti-shatter tempered glass protects against heavy impact.
  • The triple layer shock absorbing structure withstands accidental drops preventing screen or device damage.
  • Anti-smudge coating eliminates finger prints and leaves the touchscreen crystal clear.

Toughness: Tempered glass is almost always sturdier than plastic at the same price. Plastic protectors—especially the cheap models—also get scratched easily, unlike glass ones. Glass protectors are generally around 0.3-0.5 mm in thickness; plastic is around 0.1mm.

Feel: Most smartphones today have Gorilla Glass or some other scratch-resistant screen. When you add a plastic protector, you can feel the difference when you use your phone; especially in terms of how smoothly your finger glides. Tempered glass protectors feel more like the original screen.

Look: Because of their thickness, glass protectors will bulge out a bit more than plastic. This is especially noticeable on devices like the iPhone 5 or the HTC One. The protector is slightly raised from the flush finish of the sides, which can be an aesthetic issue for some. On the iPhone, this also means your Home button is recessed more than you’re used to.

Installation: If you’ve installed a plastic screen protector, you know how difficult the process is. There are different kinds of glass protectors (full-adhesive or bezel-adhesive), but generally, they are easier to install if you use a quality product. Of course, you’ll still have to clean the screen first.