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As per their FB page :

We are running 60% off promotion for some models tomorrow on our website !!

following items will be included

moto g 2013
moto x 2013
moto e
galaxy s4
galaxy s3
Note 3
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7"
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.4"
HTC one
Sony Z1
Apple iPhone 5/5c/5s -Crystal clear version only
Nokia Lumia 1020

Enter BXDAY60 at checkout
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#1
Thanks OP
#2
code not working
banned#3
thx worked for me
#4
Correct code is BXDAY60. Bought two anti glare and invisible screen protectors, but apparently there needs a minimum for the discount to be applied, so I had to end up buying three, bringing the cost back to the original price of one screen protector. Still, a fiver for three screen protectors isn't bad.
banned#5
i just added 1 n still worked
#6
Code not working for me.
#7
Did not work for iPhone 5

Discount Code Error
The discount code is valid but your basket total is below the required amount.
banned#8
i just tried iphone 5 and worked for me

make sure u add in caps i guess

just need to find few good leather cases now


Edited By: dealbuster13 on Dec 26, 2014 15:43
#9
LOL - want to charge £3.99 for shipping to northern ireland.

Be careful those plastic screen protectors must be heavy.

Also the code doesn't work for good old NI either! Just UK mainland.

Guess how I voted?
#10
Hi, I am looking for screen protector for smartwatch sony sw2. I am from Doncaster. Thx
#11
dumitrurudnev
Hi, I am looking for screen protector for smartwatch sony sw2. I am from Doncaster. Thx

http://www.amazon.co.uk/atFoliX-Screen-Protection-Sony-SmartWatch/dp/B00DVSDHFI
#12
Cheers, just got an iPhone 5 skin for £2
#13
Is it me or am I missing something ? I can't find any tempered glass screen protectors on the link and certainly not for iPhone 6?
#14
Is there a minimum spend needed - as it says "Discount Code Error
The discount code is valid but your basket total is below the required amount." ?

Trying to get one for the iphone 6
#15
Thanks op, just what I needed
#16
code works, £1.80 for S4 protector, cheers op
banned 1 Like #17
matwalaboy
Is there a minimum spend needed - as it says "Discount Code Error
The discount code is valid but your basket total is below the required amount." ?

Trying to get one for the iphone 6

i think iphone 6 isnt included .. the list above doesnt mention it
#18
many thanks £1.80 for S3 protector :)
#19
So are these glass ones or the cheap plastic rubbish?
#20
Gavin01
So are these glass ones or the cheap plastic rubbish?

Seems to be the cheap plastic stuff! Would rather spend a little more & get glass screen protectors, far better protection plus no bubbles! Even on 1 of their demo's they had 2 small bubbles
#21
Not bad for a branded screen protector, and hot, but personally would never go back to plastic screen protectors purely because I've had that glass protector experience.

I use to buy the numerous 99p for 10 screen protectors and they were good but after a few weeks they would have scratches on them and I found myself replacing them. Bought one cheap glass screen protector ever since I got my 5S and yet to have a scratch on it.

Once you buy a glass screen protector, you never go back.
#22
its not really £1.60 as there there appears to be a minimum spend whch i dont even know the amount of. Its keeps saying coupon valid but im under the amount required but doesnt say what that amount is.
#23
Just ordered for my s4 £1.80 thanks
#24
Are these really needed if your phone has gorilla glass?
#25
M0nk3h
Not bad for a branded screen protector, and hot, but personally would never go back to plastic screen protectors purely because I've had that glass protector experience.

I use to buy the numerous 99p for 10 screen protectors and they were good but after a few weeks they would have scratches on them and I found myself replacing them. Bought one cheap glass screen protector ever since I got my 5S and yet to have a scratch on it.

Once you buy a glass screen protector, you never go back.

Are the glass ones thick mate? Do they mess with the sensitivity/use off the screen or anything? Considering usin one on my iPhone but don't wanna bulk it up or anything.

(Sorry to bother you, just much prefer the opinion of someone who has actually used something! Haha)
#26
JusticeForThe96
M0nk3h
Not bad for a branded screen protector, and hot, but personally would never go back to plastic screen protectors purely because I've had that glass protector experience.

I use to buy the numerous 99p for 10 screen protectors and they were good but after a few weeks they would have scratches on them and I found myself replacing them. Bought one cheap glass screen protector ever since I got my 5S and yet to have a scratch on it.

Once you buy a glass screen protector, you never go back.

Are the glass ones thick mate? Do they mess with the sensitivity/use off the screen or anything? Considering usin one on my iPhone but don't wanna bulk it up or anything.

(Sorry to bother you, just much prefer the opinion of someone who has actually used something! Haha)

It's not a problem. I'm here to help :)

I've had one on since October and must say it's the best screen protector I've ever had.

It's only a cheap 99p one but by god it's better than the cheap 99p plastic ones. Sensitivity is actually better than the plastic ones too, I find it a lot more conductive. In terms of thickness, it depends which you buy. They usually range from 0.2mm to 0.4mm in thickness. If I remember correctly, the one I have is 0.3mm. It doesn't really add that much thickness but you can tell it's there when you use the TouchID/Home Button (on my iPhone 5S). It's not really a bother of mine if I'm perfectly honestly, it's something I can more than live with, but like I said it doesn't really add anything to it.

Best move I ever did. So much easier to apply and as far as my experiences go, I've yet to have a bubble in any I have applied compared to the millions that appear on the plastic ones. Not to say you can't apply these perfectly without bubbles as you can, I just find there is less chance with the glass ones is all.

I find that grease marks and other marks are less apparent on them as well as scratches. I've yet to have my glass one scratches, even tiny scratches aren't there!

Other than that I'd say take the jump mate, buy yourself a cheap 99p one to trial it out and see what you think. Your decent branded ones are from the likes of Nuglas as featured here but are somewhat more expensive:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-Genuine-Tempered-Glass-Screen-Cover-Protector-For-Apple-iPhone-5-5S-5C-/271422166765?pt=UK_Computing_LaptopAccessories_RL&hash=item3f320596ed

Otherwise if you filter via a max price of 99p on eBay you can find these:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Premium-Real-Tempered-Glass-Screen-Protector-Film-Guard-for-Apple-iPhone-5-5S-5C-/201154979627?pt=UK_Computing_LaptopAccessories_RL&hash=item2ed5c5672b

Worth trying out though for 99p. Linked for the iPhone 5 Series but same goes for other models.
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dumitrurudnev
Hi, I am looking for screen protector for smartwatch sony sw2. I am from Doncaster. Thx


It's about time they rolled out Google to Doncaster!!
#28
The Zagg screen protectors are the best without a doubt! BOGOF for 48 hrs
#29
Thanks, ordered screen protector for my new galaxy tab 4 7inch yesterday after my playbook battery died after 2 1/2 yrs under replacement plan pcworld. Cheers!!
#30
M0nk3h
JusticeForThe96
M0nk3h
Not bad for a branded screen protector, and hot, but personally would never go back to plastic screen protectors purely because I've had that glass protector experience.

I use to buy the numerous 99p for 10 screen protectors and they were good but after a few weeks they would have scratches on them and I found myself replacing them. Bought one cheap glass screen protector ever since I got my 5S and yet to have a scratch on it.

Once you buy a glass screen protector, you never go back.

Are the glass ones thick mate? Do they mess with the sensitivity/use off the screen or anything? Considering usin one on my iPhone but don't wanna bulk it up or anything.

(Sorry to bother you, just much prefer the opinion of someone who has actually used something! Haha)

It's not a problem. I'm here to help :)

I've had one on since October and must say it's the best screen protector I've ever had.

It's only a cheap 99p one but by god it's better than the cheap 99p plastic ones. Sensitivity is actually better than the plastic ones too, I find it a lot more conductive. In terms of thickness, it depends which you buy. They usually range from 0.2mm to 0.4mm in thickness. If I remember correctly, the one I have is 0.3mm. It doesn't really add that much thickness but you can tell it's there when you use the TouchID/Home Button (on my iPhone 5S). It's not really a bother of mine if I'm perfectly honestly, it's something I can more than live with, but like I said it doesn't really add anything to it.

Best move I ever did. So much easier to apply and as far as my experiences go, I've yet to have a bubble in any I have applied compared to the millions that appear on the plastic ones. Not to say you can't apply these perfectly without bubbles as you can, I just find there is less chance with the glass ones is all.

I find that grease marks and other marks are less apparent on them as well as scratches. I've yet to have my glass one scratches, even tiny scratches aren't there!

Other than that I'd say take the jump mate, buy yourself a cheap 99p one to trial it out and see what you think. Your decent branded ones are from the likes of Nuglas as featured here but are somewhat more expensive:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-Genuine-Tempered-Glass-Screen-Cover-Protector-For-Apple-iPhone-5-5S-5C-/271422166765?pt=UK_Computing_LaptopAccessories_RL&hash=item3f320596ed

Otherwise if you filter via a max price of 99p on eBay you can find these:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Premium-Real-Tempered-Glass-Screen-Protector-Film-Guard-for-Apple-iPhone-5-5S-5C-/201154979627?pt=UK_Computing_LaptopAccessories_RL&hash=item2ed5c5672b

Worth trying out though for 99p. Linked for the iPhone 5 Series but same goes for other models.

Couldn't have asked for a better response mate, Nice one! I'm making a purchase today. I recently upgraded to the iPhone 6 so want to keep it in good knick!

Any advice on fitting? Any tricks or tips?
#31
JusticeForThe96
M0nk3h
JusticeForThe96
M0nk3h
Not bad for a branded screen protector, and hot, but personally would never go back to plastic screen protectors purely because I've had that glass protector experience.

I use to buy the numerous 99p for 10 screen protectors and they were good but after a few weeks they would have scratches on them and I found myself replacing them. Bought one cheap glass screen protector ever since I got my 5S and yet to have a scratch on it.

Once you buy a glass screen protector, you never go back.

Are the glass ones thick mate? Do they mess with the sensitivity/use off the screen or anything? Considering usin one on my iPhone but don't wanna bulk it up or anything.

(Sorry to bother you, just much prefer the opinion of someone who has actually used something! Haha)

It's not a problem. I'm here to help :)

I've had one on since October and must say it's the best screen protector I've ever had.

It's only a cheap 99p one but by god it's better than the cheap 99p plastic ones. Sensitivity is actually better than the plastic ones too, I find it a lot more conductive. In terms of thickness, it depends which you buy. They usually range from 0.2mm to 0.4mm in thickness. If I remember correctly, the one I have is 0.3mm. It doesn't really add that much thickness but you can tell it's there when you use the TouchID/Home Button (on my iPhone 5S). It's not really a bother of mine if I'm perfectly honestly, it's something I can more than live with, but like I said it doesn't really add anything to it.

Best move I ever did. So much easier to apply and as far as my experiences go, I've yet to have a bubble in any I have applied compared to the millions that appear on the plastic ones. Not to say you can't apply these perfectly without bubbles as you can, I just find there is less chance with the glass ones is all.

I find that grease marks and other marks are less apparent on them as well as scratches. I've yet to have my glass one scratches, even tiny scratches aren't there!

Other than that I'd say take the jump mate, buy yourself a cheap 99p one to trial it out and see what you think. Your decent branded ones are from the likes of Nuglas as featured here but are somewhat more expensive:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-Genuine-Tempered-Glass-Screen-Cover-Protector-For-Apple-iPhone-5-5S-5C-/271422166765?pt=UK_Computing_LaptopAccessories_RL&hash=item3f320596ed

Otherwise if you filter via a max price of 99p on eBay you can find these:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Premium-Real-Tempered-Glass-Screen-Protector-Film-Guard-for-Apple-iPhone-5-5S-5C-/201154979627?pt=UK_Computing_LaptopAccessories_RL&hash=item2ed5c5672b

Worth trying out though for 99p. Linked for the iPhone 5 Series but same goes for other models.

Couldn't have asked for a better response mate, Nice one! I'm making a purchase today. I recently upgraded to the iPhone 6 so want to keep it in good knick!

Any advice on fitting? Any tricks or tips?

Personally, just treat it like a normal plastic one but with extra care. Go into a room that is less likely to have dust in the air (I use the kitchen), use the alcohol wipe to clean the screen (included) and use the dust sticker also included and make sure there is no dust at all on the screen. With these, only one side needs peeling off, peel it off and then line up your fingers with the edge of the phone and then place it down and let it settle itself (you'll see the protector applying itself) and then squeeze any remaining sticky points with a credit card or something.

I find them much easier and less bubbly than the cheap plastic things. But yeah just take you time and you'll find them much better.
#32
M0nk3h
JusticeForThe96
M0nk3h
JusticeForThe96
M0nk3h
Not bad for a branded screen protector, and hot, but personally would never go back to plastic screen protectors purely because I've had that glass protector experience.

I use to buy the numerous 99p for 10 screen protectors and they were good but after a few weeks they would have scratches on them and I found myself replacing them. Bought one cheap glass screen protector ever since I got my 5S and yet to have a scratch on it.

Once you buy a glass screen protector, you never go back.

Are the glass ones thick mate? Do they mess with the sensitivity/use off the screen or anything? Considering usin one on my iPhone but don't wanna bulk it up or anything.

(Sorry to bother you, just much prefer the opinion of someone who has actually used something! Haha)

It's not a problem. I'm here to help :)

I've had one on since October and must say it's the best screen protector I've ever had.

It's only a cheap 99p one but by god it's better than the cheap 99p plastic ones. Sensitivity is actually better than the plastic ones too, I find it a lot more conductive. In terms of thickness, it depends which you buy. They usually range from 0.2mm to 0.4mm in thickness. If I remember correctly, the one I have is 0.3mm. It doesn't really add that much thickness but you can tell it's there when you use the TouchID/Home Button (on my iPhone 5S). It's not really a bother of mine if I'm perfectly honestly, it's something I can more than live with, but like I said it doesn't really add anything to it.

Best move I ever did. So much easier to apply and as far as my experiences go, I've yet to have a bubble in any I have applied compared to the millions that appear on the plastic ones. Not to say you can't apply these perfectly without bubbles as you can, I just find there is less chance with the glass ones is all.

I find that grease marks and other marks are less apparent on them as well as scratches. I've yet to have my glass one scratches, even tiny scratches aren't there!

Other than that I'd say take the jump mate, buy yourself a cheap 99p one to trial it out and see what you think. Your decent branded ones are from the likes of Nuglas as featured here but are somewhat more expensive:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-Genuine-Tempered-Glass-Screen-Cover-Protector-For-Apple-iPhone-5-5S-5C-/271422166765?pt=UK_Computing_LaptopAccessories_RL&hash=item3f320596ed

Otherwise if you filter via a max price of 99p on eBay you can find these:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Premium-Real-Tempered-Glass-Screen-Protector-Film-Guard-for-Apple-iPhone-5-5S-5C-/201154979627?pt=UK_Computing_LaptopAccessories_RL&hash=item2ed5c5672b

Worth trying out though for 99p. Linked for the iPhone 5 Series but same goes for other models.

Couldn't have asked for a better response mate, Nice one! I'm making a purchase today. I recently upgraded to the iPhone 6 so want to keep it in good knick!

Any advice on fitting? Any tricks or tips?

Personally, just treat it like a normal plastic one but with extra care. Go into a room that is less likely to have dust in the air (I use the kitchen), use the alcohol wipe to clean the screen (included) and use the dust sticker also included and make sure there is no dust at all on the screen. With these, only one side needs peeling off, peel it off and then line up your fingers with the edge of the phone and then place it down and let it settle itself (you'll see the protector applying itself) and then squeeze any remaining sticky points with a credit card or something.

I find them much easier and less bubbly than the cheap plastic things. But yeah just take you time and you'll find them much better.

Nice one mate, much appreciated!
#33
Tempered glass protection is the way forward people. They range from few quid for generic eBay ones or up to £10 for branded ones. I highly recommend it also, never go back to plastic after you have used a glass one. Has no issues in regards to bulking the phone or touch sensitivity.
#34
Still not received yet and can't contact them as well

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