Whitestone Dome Glass Samsung Note 9 Full Cover Screen Protector Reviews
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Whilst the solution was filling up the rest of the screen i had a decision to make.. Let it set itself and pray the bubbles disappear..
OR push the bubbles out...
Well i had to push the bubbles out which has resulted in that solution ozzing out from all the sizes and turning all nasty ..
I actually would LOVE a refund if possible ..
Time will be the biggest tell how well this protector lasts.
After failing to correctly fit the screen, the glue was cleaned of and the bits and pieces dumped into the bin.
Other than this I have always found mobile fun to be one of rhe best phone accessories companies to deal with.
If you purchase on of these, make sure you watch the fitting videos on places like utube (mobilefun have a good video as well) if in doubt get someone to fit it for you.
Product 10 but get it fitted for you
Mobile fun always a 10 for customer service.
On this one felt let down, but my fault.
In use on a Note 9 in an Otter box case. The screen protector is in contact with the edge of the case so when you drop the phone the glue at the courners is brused.
Secondly if you trap something small between the phone and the case when you clip the phone in th case it will crack this screen protector.
Hence the buying of a replacement.
Its doing it's job and protecting the screen with no loss of "feel" to the display, but it is been damadged in the process.
I think the problem with the other brands I used was that they were secured around the edges which left a very small void between the screen protector and the actual screen; even the smallest impact would lead to the protector being cracked although the phone screen was actually undamaged. After a short while I found the cracks annoying and bought a replacement. The Whitestone Dome screen uses a gel between the screen and the phone which fills the void and has completely eliminated the problems I had previously with cracking. Another BIG improvement over the other models is with the screen response which is now as good as without the protector fitted. Indeed, with the other brands, I had to increase the screen sensitivity (as recommended) while it was fitted - with the Whitestone protector I have been able to switch the enhanced sensitivity off!
The gel/glue used to secure the protector has to be cured using UV light but the process was very easy if you follow the online video.
The fitting instructions looked quite complex so we read and re-read them and also watched internet videos on how to fit the protector.
It seemed to be going well until we placed the screen protector onto the phone whereby the glue spreads across the screen and instantly we could see bubbles. We left the phone overnight, in the hope that the bubbles would disappear, but they didn't.
Having advised Mobile Fun of the issue they provided us with a replacement; and I was hopeful that this time it would work. It didn't, the same issue, three small bubbles.
The screen protector is unusable, too annoying with bubbles; so I have to purchase another product.
Incredibly disappointed as I thought I was paying a premium price for a premium product and now I have to purchase an alternative product on top of the premium price already paid.
All in all i think this is a great product, however it is starting to peel up from the sides. Just a little bit. But, since i have dropped the phone several times, it could be from that too.
I would definately go with purchasing it if you are on the fence. Yes, its a lot of money, but a screen repair is a lot more- trust me, ive already done that....twice. i wish i wouldve gone with dome glass in the first place.
So definitely give it a go if u are willing to try this website and their products. ðŸ’¯
The instruction video was very good but the actual process just didn't work that way -- when I emptied the first case of glue, the glue bubble kept sliding and spreading!! I had to wipe it all off and start over and even then, I had to apply the screen TWICE.
Buy it at your own risk, it's a massive pain to install it but the product is quality.
Anyway, within 2 weeks of fitting, I noticed a small crack/scratch on the screen. Phone hadn't been dropped or anything, must've just been in a pocket with some keys or coins or something. Anyway the crack quickly spread across the screen so I had to remove the screen protector. Came off easily and the adhesive cleaned off easily
To avoid cleaning up i slightly pressed the glass to edge it out, this did push more of the glue out and while it said not to do this, I didn't want to go through the cleaning process. As a result of this however, some of the glue managed to seep its way into the s-pen holder and broke the end of the s-pen after it dried up (obviously my own fault), just a warning more than anything.
It does what it says on the tin:
- good quality
- crystal clear
- compatible with the case as advertised
- straightforward to install
Definitely worths the money! ++++++++++
I think it should be more than one screen protector inside
Takes time to put on, but just follow the video.
Watch one of the online videos on how to fit, will make the process much easier (especially when the instructions in the box are in a language you don't read or speak, as mine were)
- Installation: Although it seems overwhelming when you unpack the product, is actually seamless and very well explained in Dome Glass' own YouTube instruction video. Just make sure you watch and rehearse the video over and over again until you're confident. Don't rush yourself while installing and make sure you're installing on a flat surface. I messed mine up at some point, as I didn't notice that I didn't fit the bottom part of the protector to the bracket perfectly, but it was very easy to save and it was still a perfect installation.
Feel: To me it feels almost identical to the feeling of the original screen. I often forget that I have a screen protector.
Look: It's virtually invisible. The only giveaway is the cutout at the top, but it has to be there for the camera and sensors anyway.
Durability: I've been using this only for 3 weeks now and I already dropped my phone a few times from pocket height. No sign of any wear. I use it with a case though.
The only downside: The dust that builds up at the edge of the top cutout is bothering me a little at times. I just wipe with screen wipes from time to time.
Overall: I'd recommend this glass screen protector any day compared to other tpu protectors which don't feel as nice to touch and may get tiny scratches; it other tempered glass protectors which may crack easier and may need to be replaced after a few months or may not feel as nice as this one.
There is a YouTube video on how to install, which is really good to watch before you have a go.... They also come off easily if you need to replace....
All in all a really quality product, that works, and protects your screen. With more and more tope end phones having curved edge screens, and Whitestone protectors formed to the shape of these, it is reassuring to know your phone is protected at the edges aswell.
Be warned it's a bit tricky to install .
The installation video provided by Whitestone did not provide great guidance, in my opinion, on the placement of the masking tape over the speaker. This can create an imperfect install. (FYI, a high placement that barely covers the speaker would be my suggestion). I would highly recommend purchasing the two pack, as it is only slightly more expensive but provides immense peace of mind.
Otherwise, it's an amazing piece of equipment. Thanks Mobile Fun!
One of them was all clear so the thin glue strips showed through at the top and bottom, another one had black borders at the top and bottom to hide the glue strips, but both those styles just had micro dots on the whole rest of the protector instead of being adhered to the "entire" screen which makes plastic "popping" sounds on various parts of the screen when touched. The other type I ordered was a flexible film that was to be glued on, but it turned out to be a dull matte looking film.
Luckily, I was watching YouTube videos (in reference to tips and tricks and other Note 9 tutorials) when one tech guy recommended the Whitestone Dome screen protector.
IT WAS THE BEST ADVICE EVER!!!
It not only looks fabulous, it's very smooth and responsive.
I watched several YouTube videos on how to install it, read the instructions, watched the Whitestone video, said a prayer, held my breath, then did it.
With the special tray there's no way it will end up being crooked.
I was a little nervous when the adhesive slowed almost to a stop before making it down to the last inch near the bottom. So...I used the grey plastic guard that you pull out from the top (over the speaker) as a squeegee. It took a few passes, but it finally spread. A little bit dripped out the sides, but after curing it with the UV light, it wiped off with a microfiber cloth.
Speaking of curing, the light has a built in timer. Just turn it on, leave it on one section until it shuts off on its own, then slide it to the next section, push the button, leave it until it shuts off on its own, etc.
Also, as one YouTube tech guy suggested, do one top to bottom cure BEFORE removing your phone from the tray...then do a second top to bottom cure AFTER you take it out of the tray.
I think the people who complain they had a corner come up, or are getting a streaky haze between the screen and the protector probably didn't do a double cure. Or, they're not letting the UV light run on its own timer.
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