[2-Pack] Supershieldz for Samsung “Galaxy S8 Active” (Not Fit for Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus Model) Tempered Glass Screen Protector, Anti-Scratch, Anti-Fingerprint, Bubble Free, Lifetime Replacement Warranty – Reviews & Compare Deals

[2-Pack] Supershieldz for Samsung “Galaxy S8 Active” (Not Fit for Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus Model) Tempered Glass Screen Protector, Anti-Scratch, Anti-Fingerprint, Bubble Free, Lifetime Replacement Warranty – Reviews & Compare Deals
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Made from the high quality tempered-glass for maximum scratch protection and no residue when removed; 2.5D Rounded Edge Glass for comfort on the fingers and hand; 9H Hardness, 99.99% HD Clarity, and Maintains the Original Touch Experience; Hydrophobic and Oleo-phobic coating protect against sweat and reduce fingerprints; Include 2 PCS Tempered Glass Screen Protectors, Protected by Supershieldz No-Hassle Lifetime Replacement Warranty
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[2-Pack] Supershieldz for Samsung "Galaxy S8 Active" (Not Fit for Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus Model) Tempered Glass Screen Protector, Anti-Scratch, Anti-Fingerprint, Bubble Free, Lifetime Replacement Warranty

[2-Pack] Supershieldz for Samsung "Galaxy S8 Active" (Not Fit for Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus Model) Tempered Glass Screen...

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  • Made from the high quality tempered-glass for maximum scratch protection and no residue when removed
  • 2.5D Rounded Edge Glass for comfort on the fingers and hand
  • 9H Hardness, 99.99% HD Clarity, and Maintains the Original Touch Experience
  • Hydrophobic and Oleo-phobic coating protect against sweat and reduce fingerprints
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Wireless Phone Accessory
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Supershieldz
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  • EAN: 0632317125314
  • MPN: SS-TG-S-S8 Active-2P
  • UPC: 632317125314
  • Model: 4327032274
  • Part Number: SS-TG-S-S8 Active-2P
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  1. I like the screen protectors. Having 2 in a pack is great just in case you break or get dust on the first one. The fit is accurate and the rounded edges make it comfortable to used. The glass has a smooth finish so dry fingers slip across it easily.I did have one problem during installation and it was my fault… When you peel off the protective plastic from the application side of the glass, the glass gains an electrostatic charge that attracts every dust particle close to it. So when I was applying the screen protector I had neglected to let the dust in the air settle after I cleaned off the table I was using during the application process. This resulted in several little dust particles attaching to the application side of the screen protector making it unusable. Good thing that two came in the box.Supershieldz did send me an email saying, “If you encounter any issues with installation we will provide free replacements until you have successfully installed our product.” but I didn’t call it in because it was my fault. I don’t want to take advantage of a company so eager to help me out.I will buy from them in the future and will change the rating up or down as I use the screen protector and see how it changes over time.Based on what I am seeing so far, my rating will go up.

  2. This screen protector saved my screen. The short version my phone landed on a state route and got run over by two semis before I could safety reach it.

  3. Being as I paid around $40 when I bought a similar accessory (Zagg brand) back when I first got my S7 Active, these seem like a bargain at 2 for $7. Although I was initially disappointed with my installation, most of the tiny bubbles I could not squeeze out disappeared overnight. There are still a few small bubbles that may or may not be caused by dust (can’t see any particles but I’m not ruling out dust, it’s a fact of life with 4 dogs in the house) but they are nearly invisible when the screen is lit. The shape and fit are great, and the rounded edges are a nice touch. Time will tell how it withstands scratches, but the point of it is to protect the phone screen, so it does not have to be indestructible. They do include 2 in the kit after all.

  4. This is the second phone for which I have purchased this product. They take quite a large amount of punishment. I am not easy on my phones. I have dropped from a large distance directly onto its face and shattered the screen protector, but as I peeled it away, the phone glass itself looked brand new. That was off an 18 foot ladder. Needless to say, I will continue to use these as long as I have phones and hands to drop them with.

  5. I see many reviews saying that the touchscreen response is horrible with this screen protector. It’s not well known but the Galaxy S8 Active does indeed come with a plastic screen protector. You’ll have to carefully lift it from the corner and little heat helps but otherwise, take it off slowly and install this screen protector.With that said, “THIS” is the screen protector you want. An actual thin glass and not some film like ArmorSuit that send you a rolled up film. If you receive any screen protector that’s rolled up, send it back. It won’t save your phone from any sort of fall other than surface scratches. The Supershields came in an actual case like pictured with individual foam sleeve. You cannot bend it nor you should as you should try as it WILL crack.Before I get into why so many fail to install this (since it can be very tricky), I will say the pro’s and con’s:Pro’s:- Quality product with actual glass and not a flexible film- The adhesive spreads around like a ‘liquid’ without having to use soapy water solution- Gives you a very smooth surface for your finger to glide over (very noticeable)Con’s- The front camera lens as well as the ear speaker piece isn’t covered- Can be tricky to install (but this will depend on the installer)I absolutely LOVE how smooth the surface is with this glass protector. Since the stock screen protector that comes with the S8 Active is plastic (tested by bending, it just creases), it’s okay at best. It’s one thing I noticed right away and know it’s real glass is the smoothness.With that said, as much as people complain about these products, preparation is HUGE when installing these product. As I’m experienced doing window tint film on residential to automotive glass as well as auto windshields to headlights, the phone screen protector being a hard piece makes it absolutely critical that the surface is properly prepped and surgically cleaned as best as possible. Even then I can’t guarantee that you’ll get 100% lint and bubble free surface. But it should be close enough if you take your time.Make sure you do this in a clean and low dust environment; not outside, dirty kitchen, or on a carpeted floor. Turn off the fan or away from any moving air to reduce the chance of attracting dust since the protector with the adhesive will always attract dust with static which you cannot avoid 100%.1. Take off the factory screen protector. It’s plastic (and not fantastic)2. Make sure you take off the phone case3. CLEAN your screen really well. I cannot stress this enough. Use two of the alcohol wipes if you need to.4. DO NOT use anything other than microfiber cloth to clean the surface that’s supplied unless you have lint-free cloth.5. Take the alcohol wipe and clean along the edges and wipe with one side of the microfiber first.6. Take the second alcohol wipe and clean again to make sure there are no residue left.7. Take the other clean side of the microfiber and wipe dry.8. Do not touch the phone’s screen at this point. In fact, don’t breathe near it, move quick or introduce more dust than necessary.9. At this point, carefully, on the opposite of the clear film with a little sticker, put one of the label (or not) if you need some assistance on holding the edge.10. After you take off the clear protection film, start from the bottom and lay the protector down.11. You’ll see the adhesive spread and you’ll want to squeeze from top to bottom in the MIDDLE of the screen. Do NOT zig zag around as you’ll trap any bubbles.12. From center to either edge, gently push out to make sure there are no bubbles. If you had any residue left or say microscopic piece of sand it’ll show up with a ring around it.13. If for any reason you’ve trapped a bubble, take a credit card or any thin but durable plastic, wrap the microfiber and push out. A little heat will help here.Will it be 100% dust free and perfect? Chances are the answer is no because unless you’ve been doing for awhile it’s very tricky but you should be 95% good with very minimal bubbles that won’t be all that noticeable. I wouldn’t sweat it either way as long as you don’t have HUGE bubbles.Again, it all comes down to surface preparation and remember to push out from the center out. This is how I do residential window tinting to squeeze out the soapy water solution (which this phone protector does not need).I definitely will certify this as a great product as it’s very durable and tried to push as hard as I could and bang it around but seems to hold up very well.

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