Amazon - SAMAR iPhone 6 Plus / iPhone 6S Plus Crystal Clear or Matte Anti Glare Screen Protectors, 6 in Pack [5.5-inch Screen Display] for £2.48 Dispatched from and sold by Wave the Products / Amazon
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Amazon - SAMAR iPhone 6 Plus / iPhone 6S Plus Crystal Clear or Matte Anti Glare Screen Protectors, 6 in Pack [5.5-inch Screen Display] for £2.48 Dispatched from and sold by Wave the Products / Amazon

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Found 10th Feb 2016
SAMAR iPhone 6 plus / 6s plus crystal clear or matte anti glare screen protectors on Amazon for £2.48 (£1.49 + 99p delivery). 6 screen protectors in a pack which also includes microfibre cleaning cloths. These are fantastic quality for the price.

Same price crystal clear or matte anti glare screen protectors for iPhones 4/4s, 5/5s/5c, 6 and 6s, and any android phone.
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Better off with a glass one, these do sod all if you drop your phone
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Better off with a glass one, these do sod all if you drop your phone



​I assume most people are careful with their phones anyways so wouldn't require spending extra on glass protectors.
Tempered glass protectors are easy to apply with no bubbles, long lasting (one should last as long as a whole pack of these) and they really do protect your screen against scratches and impact. You can be as careful as you like but you can't always prevent accidents. Look on eBay and you'll find the glass protectors for about the same price as these. No brainer really.
SFJnet

Tempered glass protectors are easy to apply with no bubbles, long lasting … Tempered glass protectors are easy to apply with no bubbles, long lasting (one should last as long as a whole pack of these) and they really do protect your screen against scratches and impact. You can be as careful as you like but you can't always prevent accidents. Look on eBay and you'll find the glass protectors for about the same price as these. No brainer really.


Most bubbles are caused by dust. So no glass protectors don't stop bubbles, though you'll get less.
But yes they are more durable.
Oneday77

Most bubbles are caused by dust. So no glass protectors don't stop … Most bubbles are caused by dust. So no glass protectors don't stop bubbles, though you'll get less. But yes they are more durable.


Have you ever used one? If you are intelligent enough to clean the screen before application then you DON'T get bubbles and they don't need all of the smoothing out and trying to force little bubbles to the edges like you do with plastic film. Just a better product all round, but each to his own I suppose. (_;)
SFJnet

Have you ever used one? If you are intelligent enough to clean the … Have you ever used one? If you are intelligent enough to clean the screen before application then you DON'T get bubbles and they don't need all of the smoothing out and trying to force little bubbles to the edges like you do with plastic film. Just a better product all round, but each to his own I suppose. (_;)


Yes I have used one and in genaral I'm not too bad at applying screen protectors.
Unless you apply it in a 100% dust free environment, then anyone can get dust in a clean screen.
So while you seem to be little my intelligence, you've clearly detracted from your own by being so full of it.
There are tricks to minimise dust ingress but nothing is 100% fool proof. Maybe I just got unlucky applying the 8" LG G pad glass protector that has one dust related bubble.
I do stand by the fact you can still get problems regardless of the material.
Oneday77

Yes I have used one and in genaral I'm not too bad at applying screen … Yes I have used one and in genaral I'm not too bad at applying screen protectors. Unless you apply it in a 100% dust free environment, then anyone can get dust in a clean screen. So while you seem to be little my intelligence, you've clearly detracted from your own by being so full of it. There are tricks to minimise dust ingress but nothing is 100% fool proof. Maybe I just got unlucky applying the 8" LG G pad glass protector that has one dust related bubble. I do stand by the fact you can still get problems regardless of the material.


Ooh a little sensitive perhaps? In any event I was not questioning your personal intelligence (although it's "belittle" not "be little").
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