- Size (LWH): 4.25 inches, 0.75 inches, 6.5 inches
SPIGEN SGP SGP09435 GLAS.t Premium Tempered Glass Screen Protector for iPhone 5 (0.4mm) - 1 Pack - Retail Packaging - Oleophobic Coating
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- Best Clarity with the glass surface
- Hard coated for Scratch Proof (8H-9H)
- Glossy and Oil-Resistance to easily wipe smudges and fingerprints
- Delicate Touch (No interference on touchscreen responsiveness)
- Compatible with iPhone 5C (2013) / iPhone 5 (2012)
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Pros: Firstly, in terms of clarity NOTHING beats how beautiful the screen looks with this screen protector on it. The look and feel of the phone is as if there is nothing on the screen at all (aside from the thickness of the panel itself). You really don't lose any clarity and the retina display works perfectly through the screen protector, I was instantly impressed.
Second, you can tell that this protector is providing great protection to the screen. Right out the box you notice how unlike most films it is not flimsy and is one, thin solid "glass" panel that you apply on the screen. Now the solid nature is perfect for protection but bad for application purposes as I will explain in the 'cons' section.
Cons: Now, the things I don't like about the protector...as mentioned earlier, one of the strengths of the panel is also a weakness. The rigid nature of the panel makes it so that you really only get one shot at a proper application. Once the panel is on the phone it is really hard to remove (not impossible) but definitely hard. This stinks because for OCD perfectionists like myself, if the panel is slightly misaligned or if a bothersome dust particle happens to squeeze underneath on application, it's not as easy to remove and manipulate like standard film panels.Read more ›
Once I emailed them regarding my problems they took quite a long time to respond. And once they did respond, they treated me poorly. They seemed to infer it was a user error although this was a problem that plagued previous generations of glas.t screen protectors. I'm not asking for my money back; I really would love the product if it stuck on properly, but I'm just asking for a replacement and they're just making me go through frustrating lengths to even try to get that.
I will update this when I get my replacement (if I do), but until then, I would not recommend this product until they either (1) fix their manufacturing problems, or (2) admit that there may be a problem with some of their protectors and offer a free-of-charge replacement. It shouldn't be so difficult for consumers to request a replacement.
Update: I got my replacement, and the problem with the replacement is worse than the original. Originally, only one of the corners wouldn't stick to my phone, but on the replacement, two corners and a 1/4 of an edge wouldn't stick to my phone. To add insult to injury, they email me to tell me that replacements are not covered by their warranty, so if my replacement didn't solve my problem then tough luck.
TLDR: I would be cautious with buying this product. Their products might be great for others, but it's easily visible how they are trying to cut corners in customer service to maximize profits.
Now, application: From my experience. I highly recommend if you want to are going to stick the raised bubble 'home' button on there with the glass, you apply the button FIRST! And line it up correctly! I misaligned mine the first time, ever so little, by about a millimeter, or less even, and I had to redo it or else it felt like only the bottom half of that damn round button was only depressing whenever I pushed it. A minor minor complaint, but I'm obsessive. I reapplied the button after the glass was already on there and it was a pain, but I got it right. Thank goodness for duplicate black and white buttons that come included! Wipe it down with the alcohol swab! In fact, if you have a gentle air blower, squeeze that over it too! The minute you open the box, dust and dirt are just going to magnetize themselves to the front of your naked iphone. The glass wasn't too bad. I got it reasonably right the first time. I peeled half the plastic off the screen facing side and started from the top, peeling as I pressed the rest of it down. I couldn't move it once it was on, so if you misalign it big time the first time I have no advice for you. In fact I'm not even sure how to get it off if it ever had to come off. The suction is VERY strong. I used the plastic to push any bubbles out and within a day it was flush against the original screen and looking good.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My favorite glass protector- i have tried cheaper brands but these are the best.Published 3 months ago by pl350
Awsome. Do not buy those plastic sleeve POS versions. Pay the 30 bucks. Your finger slides across a glass table. Crystal clear too.Published on July 8, 2014 by Billy Markham
A very good screen protector. Easily cleaned, no interference with the touch function of the iPhone 5S, survives drops. What else can I say?Published on February 27, 2014 by Pamela A. Marsh
This product is AWESOME. I dropped my phone out of my pocket... it dropped down a spiral steel staircase, bounced off the staircase, and fell another ten feet onto a tile floor... Read morePublished on January 24, 2014 by Texas Attorney
The glass looks sharp and doesn't take away from any of the functionality of the original phone. Have to be extremely careful when putting it on; even the smallest spec of dust... Read morePublished on January 24, 2014 by Rez