HTC ONE S CLEAR 10in1 LCD SCREEN PROTECTOR SHIELD WITH CLEANING CLOTH
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After some delivery issues, communication was fantastic, and a second set was sent out to me. Upon receipt the protectors are packaged individually, each with its own cleaning cloth which I was impressed with, HOWEVER, the protectors are still 1-2mm too short to completely cover the whole screen.
So it seems that even the big branded protectors have the same problem as the cheaper ones, and this is something that will probably just have to be lived with.
Time will tell the quality of the protector itself, but I'm gonna give a 4/5 for the customer service, value for money, and apparent quality of the item. 1 mark's lost as it's not a 100% perfect fit.
The method I went for was as a friend peels off the current cover let them gently wipe the screen with one of the cloths. As the friend does that you should start applying the new cover so you are both working at the same time. If you completely remove the old one before putting on the new one it gets really difficult to get the new one on bubble free
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very easy to put on once you get the hang of it, why you'd need 10 though I'm not sure as they last ages, would rather have paid a bit less for a few lessPublished 5 months ago by Gabriela D
Does what it says on the tin. Top quality at reasonable prices, easy to fit and just the right size. Thoroughly recommended.Published 11 months ago by Richard B
Went on easy. Very good fit. Perfect price.
Has been on for a month now and no bubbles or anything.
Feels good and touch screen functions well.
Not the right size for HTC one s as advertised. Slightly too small at the top and bottom.Published 24 months ago by Jon
they do exactly as it says on the tin . as easy as any other screen saver to fit and helps stop screen getting dull from all the dirt from work .Published on 20 Nov. 2013 by robert mycroft