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    TechMatte via Amazon has iPad Pro 11" Glass Screen Protectors for 50% off after coupon code: XARG7VZP

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    Except this isn't the same as the moh scale. The "h" changes it to hardness of a pencil


    Friedrich Mohs invented this scale in 1812, and it ranges from 1 to 10 with glass around 5 and diamond at the top of the scale.


    The scale is represented by numbers only without the "H" suffix. The suffix means the hardness of a pencil. To find a rating, you use the pencil test, which compares the relative hardness of a screen. When a manufacturer claims that their screen is 9h, it means the screen can resist scratches from the hardest pencil.

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    What happened to the 99 cent deals on screen protectors?
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    any 13inch deal?
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    Sadly it doesn't apply to 12.9"
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    I have this brand on my normal iPad and my iPhone ! Work well in my opinion , no complaints
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    On the hardness scale 9H is diamond or high grade sapphire.
    No way in hell would this cheap no-name Chinese-made garbage would ever be made of diamonds or sapphire.
    My wet toilet paper would be a better screen-protector that this crap.
    Except this isn't the same as the moh scale. The "h" changes it to hardness of a pencil


    Friedrich Mohs invented this scale in 1812, and it ranges from 1 to 10 with glass around 5 and diamond at the top of the scale.


    The scale is represented by numbers only without the "H" suffix. The suffix means the hardness of a pencil. To find a rating, you use the pencil test, which compares the relative hardness of a screen. When a manufacturer claims that their screen is 9h, it means the screen can resist scratches from the hardest pencil.
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    Thanks just got one!
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    Had amFILM screen protector for my pixel 3A...pretty nice quality...lasted the 16 months i had the phone...
    was looking for 4A one but they dont make them yet

    TechMatte also honored the lifetime warranty on their case which lasted for 16 months.

    Solid company to me.
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    Agreed with the other positive comments. Glass usually lasted about 4-5 months (I'm hard on my phones) before I found a chip or small crack, but when I did -- outstanding customer service from the company. Had replacements within 2 days.
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    I've gone through more screen protectors than most on my Pixel 3a because I'm in construction but the fact of the matter remains that they give you a free pack of replacements by registering your purchase and then sending them a pic of a cracked screen protector. I can't recommend this company enough.
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    Have this on my iPad for about a year now. No issues.
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    Quote from mxxcon
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    On the hardness scale 9H is diamond or high grade sapphire.
    No way in hell would this cheap no-name Chinese-made garbage would ever be made of diamonds or sapphire.
    My wet toilet paper would be a better screen-protector that this crap.
    But how do you use and see the screen with the toilet paper on top? You'd also have to replace the toilet paper pretty frequently. It's not cost-effective.

    I've used TechMatte and have no complaints.
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