Whitestone Dome Glass Samsung Galaxy S8 Full Cover Screen Protector Reviews
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The Whitestone was the only one that had a liquid adhesive that had to be applied by the consumer. Granted, it made application much more involved but thankfully the video on their website made it easier.
I had initially applied the screen upside down but fortunately they include two tubes of adhesive and I was able to get it on correctly the second time. Even after having to clean all the adhesive off from the first attempt, the final result was crystal clear and had zero affect on touch or responsiveness.
As an added bonus, my wife gets to keep the LED nail lamp. Win/Win.
Would definitely buy again.
letting it to cure overnight before turning it on and 24 hrs before a case.
This one started to show cracks after a few days then they started to spread across screen. Now this morning noticed the screen is staring to crumble in one corner. Definitely not worth £45. I would also like full refund as I stated in last email if not satisfied.
Second trial - removed the first glass protector, and used the second one which was in the box. Ended with a smaller blob, but also the silicone liquid went inside the earpiece and also overflowed from the edges
Expensive... but in the end its worth it.
As to the site... great, easy to navigate and find what you want, so thumbs up for the geeks running it :D
The only thing i wish was better is the packaging, since it was international shipping i wish it was wrapped with bubble wrap protecting it better ...
overall score - 4.75/5 =]
But... altough i have followed the instructions accordingly, the first trial was not successful as i had one large blob underneath the screen protector. Luckily WhiteStone supplies two Glass Protectors but even the second one wasn't that successful; not only did i still end up with a blob, smaller this time...but the liquid penetrated in my phone's earpiece too
Excellent protector overall i havent had any problems with it at and would recommend to anyone
Get it right and you will have a great screen protector.
I bought the Whitestone screen protector because a friend dropped their S8 and seriously cracked their screen despite using a different screen protector. All of the other glass protectors have terrible reviews because they leave space between the protector and the screen. I wanted good touch sensitivity and actual protection from drops.
The application was very difficult. I did it with a friend, we watched 2 videos, and we still had to apply the screen twice. Ultimately, we managed a clean application without bubbles. However, tiny bubbles began to develop around the edges within hours. Whenever you put pressure on the edges of the screen to press the buttons on the sides of the phone, the protector lifts just slightly from the screen. Now the edges of the protector look slightly foggy because of the bubbles. My friend is having the same problem. Nonetheless, this seems to be the best product available.
It's a shame, but the product didn't live up to it's promise for me.
It does involve a somewhat lengthy, but generally easy to follow, installation process but it is all worth it.
The visibility of the protector (and the used adhesive) is crystal clear, with no signs of adhesive and no touch issues whatsoever, since the entirety of the protector adheres to the screen. This is in contrast to ALL other tempered glass protectors, that only offer adhesive on the screen bezels, which is clearly visible and leaves an air gap between the centre of the screen and the protector, thus reducing touch sensitivity.
A small note, however, is that you need to take special care in choosing a case which works with the protector, as most cases (including most Spigen variants, e.g. Liquid Crystal) will be ever so slightly be pushing against the protector, which will cause it to start peeling off.
Thus, when choosing a case, my suggestion is to make sure that there is a gap of at least 1.5mm between the end of the digital display and the screen protector, on the sides of the phone. I am saying 1.5mm because, measuring from my phone, the screen protector seems to exceed the width of the digital display by about 1mm on each side, and a .5mm gap would be advised to make sure that the case doesn't push against the protector when under pressure (say in your hand or pocket).
Hope the above helps.
I tried several screen protectors but this is the one.
Also very easy to install. works very good in combination with the tech21 cover.
This product is over price my turned out that there was not enough glue in mine so it did not work had to take it off Mobilefun did send me some more glue but i need a new protector because of the glue on it waste of money buy at your own risk
This Whitestone Dome screen protector solves that. It can appear daunting to install at first but just watch the Youtube video, it's pretty straight forward.
Once installed it is great! You hardly notice it's there! It can be used with all cases I've tried with no peeling or pushing the glass up.
It is the best tempered glass screen protector I've had for any phone!
I actually bought 2 of these as I bodged the first one, I was a bit bitter of having to spend another £45 but have to say that I am happy that I did.
The protector does gather dust around the edges but no issues other than that.
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