Anker [2 Pack] iPhone7 GlassGuard Premium Tempered Glass Screen Protector £3.99 Prime / £7.98 Non Prime @ Amazon (Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon) - HotUKDeals
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Anker [2 Pack] iPhone7 GlassGuard Premium Tempered Glass Screen Protector £3.99 Prime / £7.98 Non Prime @ Amazon (Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon)

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Good quality glass screen protectors. I find these much easier to install compared to the none-glass type. Features Double Defense: Reinforced glass for durability and pliability-providing twice… Read More
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5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago
Good quality glass screen protectors.
I find these much easier to install compared to the none-glass type.

Features
Double Defense: Reinforced glass for durability and pliability-providing twice as much armor as alternative models. Built using premium Japanese glass for superior performance.
Precision Engineering: *GlassGuard is designed to cover your iPhone 7's FLAT screen, leaving a precision gap before the curved edge.*
Ultra Clarity: Retain your iPhone 7's beautiful retina display. Showcase your content and get the clearest view possible.
Spotless Display: Hassle-free installation process ensures a simple, accurate and bubble-free application.
Boost Your iPhone: Anti-smudge, anti-scratch and anti-glare. Your screen stays pristine, while retaining unbeatable functionality.
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5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago
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2 Likes #1
The Poundland 6S ones fit fine for me!
#2
misterleoni
The Poundland 6S ones fit fine for me!
And me!
#3
misterleoni
The Poundland 6S ones fit fine for me!


Can never find any in my local. These will do nicely. Cheers op
#4
whats the diff between these and 99p ones?
1 Like #5
cru
whats the diff between these and 99p ones?
Which 99p ones are you referring to?
Are they glass? if so, chances are, they are not as thick or strong as these Anker ones.

Thinner and weaker glass protectors tend to crack.
Plastic screen protectors tend to be awful.


Edited By: DevilzGtr on Jan 24, 2017 20:10: update
#6
Glass screen protectors are much nicer to use, they're more slippery so scrolling etc is better.
#7
SweeneyUK
misterleoni
The Poundland 6S ones fit fine for me!


Can never find any in my local. These will do nicely. Cheers op


I couldn't a while back but they all seem to have them now - white plastic box.
#8
Anker is a good brand and 2 for £4 seems a no brainer.
#9
Discovered glass protectors a year ago. Way better than plastic and much easier to apply. Good value.
#10
I've always purchased these. Very strong and durable covers. Saved my screen from many deep scratches.
1 Like #11
Only difference between these 7 and the 6s ones is the top speaker cutout is slightly bigger for the 7 but it still fits fine. To be honest, having used both, other than the brand name, there is no perceivable quality difference in the finish, cut or materials used by the Anker 7 or the Poundland 6s/6 ones.

Also, another reason I don't like curved displays, you can't use glass protectors - fortunately the iPhone curve is off-screen so it's unaffected.
#12
Doesn't ship to Northern Ireland oO
#13
Screen protectors are pointless in my opinion.

Screens are already Gorilla Glass and will not scratch.
2 Likes #14
BillyCotton
Screen protectors are pointless in my opinion.
Screens are already Gorilla Glass and will not scratch.
That's the silliest opinion I've seen in all my time on HUKD. There's no way you can count on a gorilla glass screen not cracking if your phone drops. And I've seen enough phones with scratches to know that the gorilla glass isn't 100% scratch proof. These tempered glass protectors act as a precautionary measure and are far cheaper to replace than the screen of a phone - as many people would have learnt the hard way.
#15
BillyCotton
Screen protectors are pointless in my opinion.
Screens are already Gorilla Glass and will not scratch.
I remember the Gorilla glass 4 on my Samsung Note 4 scratching.
It was surprisingly from the corner of a some hard plastic (can't remember what it was exactly)
#16
BillyCotton
Screen protectors are pointless in my opinion. Screens are already Gorilla Glass and will not scratch.

That's what Apple want their consumers to believe. But then again, Apple makes millions from replacing accidentally damaged screens on dropped phones & devices.
#17
cb-uk
BillyCotton
Screen protectors are pointless in my opinion. Screens are already Gorilla Glass and will not scratch.
That's what Apple want their consumers to believe. But then again, Apple makes millions from replacing accidentally damaged screens on dropped phones & devices.

And a little protector on the front is going to help it? My iPhone 7 has been naked without a case and protector since the release and I have no scratches on either side.
#18
Good price but tempered glass on the 6/6s/7 design look god awful.
1 Like #19
Rubbish always bubble at edge go for the esr ones on amazon with fitting guide to get them dead straight https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01K4G9R6W/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1485372196&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=esr+iphone+7+screen+protector&dpPl=1&dpID=51-hvIP7JIL&ref=plSrch

£1 more bur worth it in my opinion
#20
you don't need a fitting guide with any screen protector - line it up, stick one edge down with sellotape so the screen protector looks like the cover of a book, lift it away so you can polish the screen underneath then whip the guard off the screen protector and let it 'fall' naturally onto the screen. I've been doing this for years and never get bubbles or anything. No snazzy alignment things needed.
#21
to those who reckon gorilla glass doesn't scratch - nonsense. I never put anything other than my phone in my 'phone pocket' but I still get little micro scratches on my screen - probably because certain minerals that end up in pockets are harder than glass - such as quartz. Whoever says they've been using their phone since launch and don't have a scratch, show it to me and I guarantee I will find some micro scratches.

They might not bother people (and I understand why) but they bother me, and a £1 screen protector for the peace of mind and extra drop protection is a no brainer for me. Each to their own and all that.
#22
These have a 2 or 3mm or so gap between the edge of the protector and the edge of the screen, just in case any one is expecting these to cover the screen edge to edge.
#23
No glass screen protector will give full coverage on a curved glass like the IPhone ones.

I've had two before - the first drop, the protector shattered and the screen was saved. The second drop, the phone hit the ground on the unprotected edge, so the screen cracked but not the protector!

FWIW, the first protector that did the job was a Patchworks ITG brand. The second was Tech Armor.
#24
boonkoh
No glass screen protector will give full coverage on a curved glass like the IPhone ones.
I've had two before - the first drop, the protector shattered and the screen was saved. The second drop, the phone hit the ground on the unprotected edge, so the screen cracked but not the protector!
FWIW, the first protector that did the job was a Patchworks ITG brand. The second was Tech Armor.

Yes it will. Look up the Cinder, it's expensive but it does exactly that.

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