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20-30% off Whitestone Dome Glass Screen Protector Tempered Glass Shield Full Coverage Kit for Samsung Galaxy 8/Note 8/9/9+/Pixel 2 XL for Amazon Prime members $31.49

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Got mine for the Note 8 and it kept bubbling on the corners. They now have replacement program but you have to pay $15. Their Korean CS representatives are also horrible and will straight up ignore you. Good thing I didn't pay anything near this price. Other than that, the glass is solid and it has a great olephobic coating.
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yes, these are expensive even at 30% off, but anything else (at least for the Pixel 2s) and you're wasting your money
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reviews are so/so for such an expensive product. I'd be worried about using that glue crap that you harden with a UV lamp all over the screen.
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As far as the Note 8 goes, pretty much every other tempered glass screen protector greatly reduces touch sensitivity. It's essentially the only one that I've seen regularly recommended. It is definitely expensive, though usually moreso.
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As far as the Note 8 goes, pretty much every other tempered glass screen protector greatly reduces touch sensitivity. It's essentially the only one that I've seen regularly recommended. It is definitely expensive, though usually moreso.
Personally, any full adhesive one would be fine. I have another brand and it works fine. Sure the white stone is better, but not worth the premium, for me at least. I got a two pack full adhesive tgsp for under $20 for my s9 +.that's less than $10 a pop.
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It is pricey but I got the Pixel 2 XL whitestone for about the same price during their Mother's Day sale and it is worth it. Viewing the screen in bright sunlight I no longer have to stare at my old dot matrix screen protector. I haven't had to take this off yet so dunno if there will be residue on the display or not or if it wrecks the coating on the screen.
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Got mine for the Note 8 and it kept bubbling on the corners. They now have replacement program but you have to ship it to them. Their Korean CS representatives are also horrible and will straight up ignore you. Good thing I didn't pay anything near this price. Other than that, the glass is solid and it has a great olephobic coating.
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Fakespot gives the ratings on Amazn a D. Should I be worried? https://smile.amazon.com/Dome-Gla...dome+glass
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This is a really expensive screen and I bought anithwr tempered glass version for a lot cheaper that has updated adhesives that im currebtly using on my s9+ and its been amazong so far.ill supply a link. use what you think os best for your phone. i cam recommend this one since im currently using it. you can also reqd the reviews. it even comes with its own replacement protection if youre worried

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...b_pd_title
Your link is to one of the screen protectors that only use adhesive along the edges. Those tend to reduce sensitivity, show a dot matrix pattern in some light and under some circumstances a rainbow coloration (usually in florescent lighting).

Edit: I actually had a similar protector to the one linked in the previous post. They're decent, but I eventually got tired of needing to tap things multiple times (usually near the edges of the screen). It may cost 3x as much, but worth every penny imo.
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Your link is to one of the screen protectors that only use adhesive along the edges. Those tend to reduce sensitivity, show a dot matrix pattern in some light and under some circumstances a rainbow coloration (usually in florescent lighting).

Edit: I actually had a similar protector to the one linked in the previous post. They're decent, but I eventually got tired of needing to tap things multiple times (usually near the edges of the screen). It may cost 3x as much, but worth every penny imo.
There is a setting on your phone that adjust screen sensitivity. I dont really notice any touch input lag and it does a pretty good job looking nice. but yeah, I see the benefits on the screen listed above. This is just a cheaper option that works well too, for those who need it. =)
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Got mine for the Note 8 and it kept bubbling on the corners. They now have replacement program but you have to ship it to them. Their Korean CS representatives are also horrible and will straight up ignore you. Good thing I didn't pay anything near this price. Other than that, the glass is solid and it has a great olephobic coating.
Had mine for 9mos and no problems with bubbles in the corners coming back. I just Dremel a little on the corners.
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Your link is to one of the screen protectors that only use adhesive along the edges. Those tend to reduce sensitivity, show a dot matrix pattern in some light and under some circumstances a rainbow coloration (usually in florescent lighting).

Edit: I actually had a similar protector to the one linked in the previous post. They're decent, but I eventually got tired of needing to tap things multiple times (usually near the edges of the screen). It may cost 3x as much, but worth every penny imo.
This is what I used and it didn't have the touch sensitivity issues due to it being full adhesive.


https://www.amazon.com/Protector-Ferlinso-Tempered-Protective-Replacement/dp/B07BJHFH9J?keywords=S9%2B+full+glue+glass&qid=1529362193&sr=8-6&ref=mp_s_a_1_6
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Just to comment. I have a privacy screen on the s9 that is just edge adhesive which didn't have much of a touch issue except near corners where it had lifted up a bit. Full adhesive is the way to go. Less than a month and the edge adhesive got all dirty and already lifting and i'm gentle with my electronics.
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