A tempered glass screen protector is the best way to protect your phones screen from damage. The tempered glass is designed to absorb impact and brake before the screen does. The optical adhesive bonds the glass screen protector the the device, for image quality and additional protection, helping hold the devices original screen together in the case the tempered glass has become compromised. It’s also the best way to prevent scratches and scuffs.
Gadget Guard tempered glass screen protecteors are one of the best and most trusted accessories available. The reason we are talking about Gadget Guard and not some of the other known brands is because they offer a life time warranty. The price tag being $39.99 for just one screen protector does reflect this life time warranty. There are a few steps, not hoops, to go through before you can claim your free replacement tempered glass. The first is obvious, just make an account with Gadget Guard, by clicking here. The 2nd is to log into the account and register the purchased screen protector. You will receive two emails. The first will state that you have successfully registered your product. The second will let you know that your registration has been reviewed and approved. The 3rd step is to find the “Order a Replacement Guard” link on the left hand side. Find your product and click on the “Get a Replacement” link. The final step is to decide on the means of delivery. Costs are depending on the shipping option you choose, which will also determine how long it’ll be till you receive your new tempered glass screen protector. Their guarantee also covers damage caused by the user during the initial application of the product.
Why should you choose tempered glass and not a plastic screen protector? Simple, because tempered glass actually protects a device from physical damage. The plastic screen protectors barely help against miner scratches, preventing scuffs at best. Plus the plastics static cling method for staying on the screen fails after awhile and dust or other debris can get between the two causing scuff marks, ummm pointless.