DIAMONDCLAD Tempered Glass Screen Protector REVIEW | MacSources
Surface protection that is 3 times stronger than standard screen protectors.
I know there are a lot of people out there who don’t believe in screen protectors. They prefer to let the product designers of the smartphones take the lead when it comes to creating a protective surface for their devices. Personally, I’ve had too many instances of random scratches and almost shatters to not add a screen protector on my phone. There are hundreds of screen protectors out there and based on my experiences I only recommend tempered glass solutions to friends and family. While that narrows it down some, there are still many options to choose from in that category. I’ve spent a lot of time researching different brands and have found that the DIAMONDCLAD Tempered Glass Screen Protector from Diamond Dog is one of the best covers available.
The DIAMONDCLAD Tempered Glass Screen Protector provides protection and preservation with material that is 6 times harder and 3 times stronger than standard screen protectors. The screen protector comes with an easy install tray and ensures a phone screen’s optimal performance with a natural glass feel. The glass also provides HD clarity. Diamond Dog has the screen protector priced fairly and it comes with a limited lifetime warranty. The “DIAMONDCLAD” part of the screen protector is the product of years of development. The screen protector features a patented Diamond-like Carbon Coating technology that has protected billions of hard drive media. The products are designed in Silicon Valley and lab tested. This screen protector is custom fit for the iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone XS, or iPhone X.
The packaging of the DIAMONDCLAD Tempered Glass Screen Protector is very detail-oriented. The front of the box shows the name of the product and detail highlights while the back shows ALL the information about the screen protector. While I’m typically the type of person that likes lots of detail on a package, I could see the details being paired down a bit so that it’s a bulleted list and not paragraphs of information. The package does include the screen protector, an easy install tray, wet & dry wipes, dust/lint removal sticker, and a screen polishing cloth.
The installation instructions let you know that the first step is to clean the face of your phone with the wet wipe. You are supposed to follow that with the dry wipe, but I found the screen polishing cloth worked much better to dry the surface of the phone’s screen and it didn’t leave behind quite as much lint for me. After drying the screen off, you are ready to place the easy install tray over the phone. For me, the tray laid flat on the phone, but it didn’t stay put. Any time I moved the phone, the tray would slip out of place. I was finally able to get the tray to stay in one place long enough to lay the protector down on the phone. This part is usually nerve-wracking for people, but I find that if you line up the cutout with the speaker on the top of the phone, the protector will line up nicely.
This screen protector is actually designed to adhere to your phone’s screen automatically. If you gently tap on the center of the protector once it’s on the phone, this will start the process of it bonding to the screen. You can watch the air being pushed out between the surface of the phone and the protector. After about 30–45 seconds, the screen protector was completely attached the my phone. There was a little bit of air still trapped beneath the protector, but I was able to get that pushed out easily with the edge of a credit card (you can also use the plastic backing the protector was shipped with). Honestly, aside from the slipping install tray, this is the easiest screen protector I’ve ever installed.
The DIAMONDCLAD Tempered Glass Screen Protector is a worth-while investment. It does a great job of protecting the phone’s screen, it’s budget-friendly, and it’s very easy to install. I would recommend that smartphone users not only use a screen protector, but that they specifically use this one.
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Originally published at https://macsources.com on September 11, 2020.