The difference in a screen protector...
- 13 Aug, 2017
What Is Tempered Glass Screen Protection & Why Do You Need It?
Do you need an edge to edge protection for your phone screen? Many manufacturers don’t create tempered glass screen protectors that go to the edge because they are not case friendly. Meaning that the phone cases which go around the edge of your phone, won’t fit with the screen protector. Other brands see the manufacturing cost as too expensive and prohibitive to finding a cost effective solution.
However, Terrapin thinks differently and have launched a Premium range of tempered glass for iPhone 6/6+7/7+/8, and the Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ and the soon to be released Note 8. They say that the new premium protectors are the best screen protection product. Word of warning, if they are used with cases from other manufacturers, they may lift at the edges. The standard version works better with all cases but they do leave that gap at the side and top. This doesn’t affect the performance but isn’t as aesthetically pleasing.
Here’s our best-selling edge to edge and standard screen protectors:
Tempered Glass provides hard-wearing protection for your phone screen. The durable glass delivers the brightness, sharpness, and detail you expect from your phone screen. The result is a crystal clear protective layer that provides the same visual experience as the device itself. The Oleophobic coating and 9H hardness help prevent scratches, smudges, and fingerprints. It also includes a shatterproof film which minimises damage to the screen when broken.
This tempered glass screen protector is case friendly, which means it is designed to work with cases that go around the edges of our phone screen. This screen protector is made of shatterproof glass and comes with a smudge proof coating. It offers you a clear view of your screen, as it prevents bubbles and dust getting in the way. This screen protector prevents damage and scratches on your phone screen.
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