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  1. mutt_daddy's Avatar
    Another vote for the iCarez Tempered Glass Screen Protector. Got 2 for our phones. Put mine on first looked great. When I tried to put it my wife's phone I didn't set it on quite right. In the process of taking it off I got a very small scratch/break. Emailed and a replaced was sent. Still ended up with a couple of bubbles but they are not noticeable when the phone is on. They have sent suggestion on how to get rid of the bubbles but I'm not sure if I will risk at this point. Lifetime warranty is a big selling point and knowing they gave great customer service.

    Amazon.com: iCarez® for LG G3 [Tempered Glass] Highest Quality Premium Anti-Scratch Bubble-free Reduce Fingerprint No Rainbow Washable Screen Protector Easy Install Product with Lifetime Replacement Warranty [1-Pack,0.3mm] - Retail Packaging 2014: C
    08-05-2014 07:14 AM
  2. knowledge_6's Avatar
    i bought the FLEX one from iloome...
    i like iloome products they are pretty good... and they make application really easy... i dont know about other companies but iloome gives you stickers to use as a HINGE.. so you basically line up the screen protector with the front and back seals on it.. put on the hinge stickers so that when you peel off the adhesive side the protector lines up perfectly the way you had it due to the hinges guiding it ..

    i love it... i got my G3 on friday on launch day here in canada .. pre ordered the protector and it arrived today.. put it now now it's nice and clean ; >
    08-05-2014 07:56 AM
  3. AstroStrat89's Avatar
    I too have the iCarez and like it just fine. Very easy to install and very inexpensive. I will say unless someone tried all the different ones for a few days at a time who knows which one is truly "best" and if the cheaper ones perform as well as the others.
    08-05-2014 09:55 AM
  4. kramerica's Avatar
    Are any of these edge to edge or are they "case friendly"?
    08-05-2014 11:57 AM
  5. knowledge_6's Avatar
    Are any of these edge to edge or are they "case friendly"?
    the iloome leaves less then a mm between edge of device to edge of screen protector.. at least the FLEX one does.

    it covers the LG logo at the bottom too, which i liked.. some of them only covered the screen.
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    08-05-2014 12:12 PM
  6. ffejjj's Avatar
    i bought the FLEX one from iloome...
    i like iloome products they are pretty good... and they make application really easy... i dont know about other companies but iloome gives you stickers to use as a HINGE.. so you basically line up the screen protector with the front and back seals on it.. put on the hinge stickers so that when you peel off the adhesive side the protector lines up perfectly the way you had it due to the hinges guiding it ..

    i love it... i got my G3 on friday on launch day here in canada .. pre ordered the protector and it arrived today.. put it now now it's nice and clean ; >
    I put the iloom flex on my daughters G2 and liked it a lot, planned on using one on my G3

    I ended up getting the iCarez and I like it quite a bit more. Mostly because of the feel, it's like there's nothing on it

    ... And it's edge to edge

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    08-05-2014 03:08 PM
  7. brewzer's Avatar
    Are any of these edge to edge or are they "case friendly"?
    Both! The Tech Armor one I have is edge to edge and I use the Spigen slim armor with it. I have not had any issues using the glass protector with the case. It's been a great combo.
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    08-05-2014 05:23 PM
  8. kramerica's Avatar
    Another vote for the iCarez Tempered Glass Screen Protector. Got 2 for our phones. Put mine on first looked great. When I tried to put it my wife's phone I didn't set it on quite right. In the process of taking it off I got a very small scratch/break. Emailed and a replaced was sent. Still ended up with a couple of bubbles but they are not noticeable when the phone is on. They have sent suggestion on how to get rid of the bubbles but I'm not sure if I will risk at this point. Lifetime warranty is a big selling point and knowing they gave great customer service.
    I have been using this for a little over a week and I agree that it is silky smooth and was fairly easy to apply. I really like it, but am wondering if anyone is having any issues with swipes or touches not registering? It takes multiple tries at least a few times a day and it doesn't matter if the screen has finger prints or has just been cleaned.
    08-31-2014 07:16 PM
  9. drbol's Avatar
    I did have some issues around the edge along the top. It has a hard time registering. I have since removed the protector and all is well now. I don't think I would buy one again, 91st least until they are improved.
    08-31-2014 08:11 PM
  10. kramerica's Avatar
    I should clarify that it is in all areas of the phone. Center, edges, but not from top or bottom swiping up or down.
    09-01-2014 02:16 AM
  11. ffejjj's Avatar
    I should clarify that it is in all areas of the phone. Center, edges, but not from top or bottom swiping up or down.
    Which do you have? There is a .2 mil and a .33 mil. I haven't had any issues with the .2

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    09-01-2014 07:01 AM
  12. kramerica's Avatar
    Which do you have? There is a .2 mil and a .33 mil. I haven't had any issues with the .2

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    Crap. Good question. The search for the box begins.
    09-01-2014 02:04 PM
  13. Lapse's Avatar
    I bought a Spigen, best of the bunch, but it left a few imperfections, hated the heaviness of the phone, and the deadened feel of the screen, returned it. It's like having sex with a condom.

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    09-01-2014 06:48 PM
  14. kramerica's Avatar
    Which do you have? There is a .2 mil and a .33 mil. I haven't had any issues with the .2

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    Yeah, it's the. 33. Guess I will give the thinner one a go as I really like this glass and the ease of install.
    09-01-2014 06:49 PM
  15. ffejjj's Avatar
    Yeah, it's the. 33. Guess I will give the thinner one a go as I really like this glass and the ease of install.
    I have no experience with the .33 The .2 has been great though.

    ...and Yea your right, so easy to install. I remember the we applications of old. I use to cringe when putting them on lol

    Posted via Android Central App
    09-01-2014 06:57 PM
  16. Cruiserdude's Avatar
    I have the .2 and its developed a number of large cracks. Had it a week, never dropped it, applied perfectly, I take good care of my phone and there's not a scratch anywhere. Anyone know if the warranty covers things like this?
    09-01-2014 07:52 PM
  17. mvp4him3's Avatar
    Yeah I have tried three different companies for tempered glass and they all produce problems with touch. Going to get the zagg shield and go with that.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    09-01-2014 09:03 PM
  18. ffejjj's Avatar
    I have the .2 and its developed a number of large cracks. Had it a week, never dropped it, applied perfectly, I take good care of my phone and there's not a scratch anywhere. Anyone know if the warranty covers things like this?
    Mail iCarex, they have a lifetime warranty.

    Posted via Android Central App
    09-01-2014 09:16 PM
  19. Hope Freeman's Avatar
    I have been searching the endless sites offering low prices for tempered glass (LG G3) The problem is I do not know if they are standard screen protector
    or actual glass. Some say tempered glass film and looks like a regular screen protector... How can you tell
    04-15-2015 08:13 PM
  20. Rayfire's Avatar
    I have been searching the endless sites offering low prices for tempered glass (LG G3) The problem is I do not know if they are standard screen protector
    or actual glass. Some say tempered glass film and looks like a regular screen protector... How can you tell
    I've used iloome for a while (even for my phones before the G3), highly recommended.

    Only difference is texture, once you start swiping it should feel glass not a flimsy plastic texture. The one on mine phone is actually flexible and easy to place on the screen.
    04-15-2015 10:02 PM
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