- Size (LWH): 3.94 inches, 5.91 inches, 0.79 inches
SPIGEN SGP HTC ONE 2013 Screen Protector Clear Steinheil [Ultra Crystal] [2-PACK] Front Screen Protector / HTC One M7 Screen Protector
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- The best and most clarity: Crystal Clear like Glass.
- Hard coated for Scratch Proof (Hardness: 3H).
- Perfect cutouts on the front not to interfere sensors and responsiveness.
- Dry Application: Easy to Install and remove (Bubble Free / No Residue).
- Compatible with New HTC ONE / HTC One M7 (2013).
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SPIGEN Ultra Crystal Screen Protector for HTC ONE M7 (2013) - Clear Looking for the best Clarity. Then, Ultra Crystal is the best choice for your HTC ONE. SPIGEN SGP Steinheil has the high reputation for the premium quality of screen protectors for years, and it has been ranked on the top selling screen protectors for most popular devices. "Two companies seem to tower above the rest when it comes to screen protector quality, and United SGP is one of them ...the film is precision cut to fit the front of the iPhone 4, leaving camera, speaker, and Home Button holes that are only slightly visible after proper application." - iLounge Compatible with: HTC ONE M7 (2013);
Top Customer Reviews
There are two protectors in the package along with the requisite cleaning cloth, tape strips, and squeegee card. Mine was shipped in a padded envelope, but it was clearly mangled on the way, with the protector package showing damage as if folded. Sure enough the protectors were damaged, but I applied it anyway, knowing I did not wish to wait for a replacement shipment and deal with shipping it back. Luckily it was a single mar in the same location, small but noticeable when applied (and bigger in appearance before application). I applied one and found the mar to be too big to continue, so I used the last one. It resulted in a smaller mar visible, but was still functional. About two weeks after ordering, Spigen sent a form filled email asking about the shipment, so I replied back with the particulars. I did not expect much of a reply, but received several replies as well as a request for my mailing address so that they could send a single replacement screen, which arrived undamaged. At some point I will use the replacement screen, but for now live withe small mar. So Spigen gets my vote for service, too.
Applying the screen protector was relatively easy, although as the screen size increases, the chances of getting debris in between the two layers increases, so be sure to use the tape strips provided. I suggest applying the protector before you use the phone, to help prevent any oils from your hands getting on the display. Not easy to do if you get the phone from a local store, but easier if you order a phone via mail, so your original phone is still working.
The included cleaning cloth is good, but if you have a 3M antistatic cloth I suggest that and some canned air to remove any traces of debris. Just take your time and follow the directions, giving yourself plenty of space. The tape strips are very useful, but I also keep some scotch tape strips on hand just in case. Peeling off the first layer was easy, and after some peeling back and using the tape strips to remove the inevitable fibers and dust bits, it went down OK. The squeegee is then the next step, and the squeegee is plenty sturdy for the job (appearing to be plastic). The only difficult part for me with the #2 layer, which I though peeled off the protector (actually it did on the first attempt with the more marred protector that was eventually tossed), so you may need to be careful of that. But I could see the outline of the protector on the display, so it was good to go.
The only negative would be the case (Trident Kraken case) on my phone, which presses on the protector, sometimes causing the edge of the protector to separate from the screen. But that is from the case, and not really a negative of the protector.
Recommended, but be careful to follow the directions (and if you have the Kraken case, know it may cause issues).
They come with a squeegee tool & cloth to make sure you get your phone clean & apply them evenly. They have tabs on both sides to make it easier to put them on with out having to touch them. It was VERY easy to install, only took about 60 seconds? When applied you can barely see it, it is a decent thickness but still looks like the glass & feels WAY less plastic/rubber like then others I have used. When using the phone I have had no change in response vs. no protector and after a week I am seeing no signs of it starting to peel loose (I can update that later after I have used it longer). I haven't tested it but it also claims it leaves no residue behind. So for almost half the price of the ghost armour I got not 1 but 2 nice screen protectors I can install myself.
I can't really find any!
I will be recommending them to my friends!
WHY A SCREEN PROTECTOR: (1) They tend to have less issues with fingerprints. (2) Keeping the phone clean is even easier. (3) They add another layer of strength to the screen (just because the screen is strong doesn't mean it is infinitely unbreakable).
EXPERIENCE: One time I dropped my phone (not this one, but another with a SPIGEN protector), and it landed on jagged cement face first. The screen shattered. But because the screen protector was on, the glass under the protector stayed intact. So, I was still able to use the phone until I could get it to the store so that they could switch out the broken screen. And since there the glass didn't come apart (as I have seen it on some of my friends phones) I didn't have to worry about getting cut while i was using the broken screen.
WHY SPIGEN: (1) Greatest amount of protection (their screen protectors are thicker then you will see from other manufacturers). (2) There is no reduction in clarity (well if you are getting the "Ultra Crystal - other models have different functions that may reduce clarity a bit, but even then it is not enough to impede using the phone). (3) There is no reduction in using the phone (some people talk about having trouble with the buttons, from what I understand that was a firmware issue and has been resolved) I have not had any issues with response and use of the phone's touch screen.
MY BIGGEST REASON FOR LIKING SPIGEN: (4)I have never found a screen protector that I felt fit as well as the SPIGEN protectors. They are designed to fit exactly the shape of your phone's touch screen. I've had these for a number of phones now, and they fit way better than other brands. Keep in mind there might be a centimeter of space that isn't covered, but no screen protect fits the screen exactly edge to edge. Other screen protectors may not have exactly the right shape, or they extend past where the touch screen, or they just don't conform to the screen.
SUMMARY: I have not had an issue with these screens. They fit better than anything else that I've tried (and I've tried a few), they are thicker, and have a clean, weightless feel on the phone. I've had the one on this phone for about a month now and no issues, and I have another phone that I've had for over a year with a SPIGEN screen (not HTC One) and it has had no issues (No bubbling, no bending at the edges, no fading, no touch screen interference).
NOTE: Putting on a screen protector is never an easy task. It is difficult to be both fast and accurate in placing the screen to avoid any dust particles in the air for getting under the protector. However, the screen should not be blamed for this issue. Ever screen has this issue (including SPIGEN) and it all comes down to experience and finding a place with as little dust as possible.