1. redhead385's Avatar
    I had ZAGG screen protector on my white Pixel 3 XL and I hate it, so I took it off recently and feel much better! I'm curious what your thoughts if you have them on and want to take it off?
    02-27-2019 10:53 AM
  2. rbird2's Avatar
    Why did you hate it?

    I use the ZAGG on my 3XL and have no problems with it.
    02-27-2019 12:31 PM
  3. Kodak2's Avatar
    Why would you not use a screen protector? It could prevent you from having a large repair bill.
    02-27-2019 01:05 PM
  4. puch96's Avatar
    I currently use a glass screen protector, but I must say, it makes the knotch a lot more noticeable. jajaja.. even with the screen powered off...
    02-27-2019 03:06 PM
  5. Coop61's Avatar
    Best screen protector I've ever used .
    02-28-2019 06:37 PM
  6. anon(1733)'s Avatar
    I put one on. Normally I don't. But I ordered a dbrand skin for mine that's coming. And since I won't be using a case soon I wanted a little more coverage.
    03-01-2019 03:37 PM
  7. dmxjago's Avatar
    I'm rocking the white stone glass's screen protector on my pixel 3 xl and loving it. It's a bit expensive at $49, but it doesn't leave the curved edges around the phone up with bubbles bc of the curved glass. Also it has lifetime warranty.
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    03-17-2019 06:15 PM
  8. mrpackerguy's Avatar
    Had a skinomi matte film wet application protector and while it went on great and provided excellent protection, the matte finish gave severe rainbowing on bright light screens. I ordered an Armorsuit non-matte wet application film screen protector and it's a keeper. Let's the beautiful OLED screen show right through. So easy to apply and once dried in the morning - excellent.
    03-29-2019 04:59 PM
  9. PhobicCarrot's Avatar
    My Zagg keeps peeling. I replaced it back in Jan and have replace it again. For nearly $50, I expected more.
    04-03-2019 11:40 AM
  10. Coop61's Avatar
    My Zagg keeps peeling. I replaced it back in Jan and have replace it again. For nearly $50, I expected more.
    I did the same thing. Stop wasting money and get this . https://forums.androidcentral.com/e?...token=iGzGAqAZ well worth the money.
    04-04-2019 05:59 PM
  11. dmxjago's Avatar
    I did the same thing. Stop wasting money and get this . https://forums.androidcentral.com/e?...token=VgXHtN9j well worth the money.
    Agreed I installed the Whitestone glass screen protector and haven't had a single issue for 2+ months. No bubbles and lifetime warranty.
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    04-04-2019 06:01 PM
  12. flica66's Avatar
    I've been using WhiteStoneDome Glass since 2 months but no scratches on glass.
    06-26-2019 01:22 AM
  13. Jeremy8000's Avatar
    I put the Whitestone on mine back in December. Install was very intimidating and steps not clearly defined (though they may now package better instructions), but went fine.

    8 months later, and it still feels great to use with perfect clarity. The oleophobic coating mostly wore off after a couple of months, but that is to be expected. There are a few chips in the edge from normal wear and tear, but none developed into cracks.

    The only real flaw I've found is that after a few weeks some "spider webbing" began to form at the bottom, on either side and across the top of the speaker cutout - these are not any scratches on the surface of the glass - but they have not traveled upwards to where they impact the visible party if the display.

    Only caveat of the lifetime warranty is (from what I've read) that there is a somewhat hefty handling charge for a replacement, about $16, that you have to also pay to mail them back the glass being replaced, and that glass has to be received before they ship the replacement. $20+ and being without coverage for a week or 2 definitely hurts the value of that warranty.

    Still, all in all, best SP I've ever used.

    Edit - the web-like lines are actually encroaching a little bit onto the visible bit, so I just put in a warranty request. The collected amount was $9.99, so it looks like that has dropped from the higher amount indicated in other reviews I had read. I'll update here as to the responsiveness and ease of getting the warranty replacement.

    I had never initially registered my protector (purchased it through Amazon), so had to do it through the site. It was simple enough, taking less than 5 minutes, but then had to go through an approval process for the registration, which took about a day. Once that was approved, I was able to submit the claim, but that again had to be manually approved, taking another 3 days. From that point, the replacement kit (which included everything except the UV light) only took 3 days to get to me.

    In short, it's probably worth going ahead and registering the product when you first buy it. From that point, it looks like getting a replacement in the event you have an issue shouldn't be more than a week (and it's worth noting that included time of shipping from west coast to east coast).

    All in all, very pleased with service.
    07-28-2019 12:26 PM
  14. SactoKingsFan's Avatar
    Whitestone Dome is definitely the way to go. Now it's on sale on Amazon for $15 to get the whole kit. They made a specific install video just for the Pixel 3 which is more useful than included instructions. Watch the video at least twice. Every step is important.
    01-12-2020 07:48 PM

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