Glass-Guard Invisible NANO LIQUID Screen Protector for Smart Phone (iPhone 6S, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Sony Xperia Z5) - £12.99 (Prime) £16.98 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Glass-Guard Invisible NANO LIQUID Screen Protector for Smart Phone (iPhone 6S, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Sony Xperia Z5) - £12.99 (Prime) £16.98 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Found 21st Mar 2016
Awesome screen protector that's easy to apply to your screen

Was £19.99 now £12.99 great deal save £7.00
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seen similar on eBay for £5.99
Matt, there are lots of screen protectors on amazon for this amount but not a liquid version
What's the difference?
This one is a liquid that is applied to the screen as opposed to a physical screen protector that is stuck to the screen.

Price is a bit steep, seen this stuff for £6/£7 elsewhere. Just Google "liquid screen protector". Never used it so no opinion on how good it is.

I think I'll stick with my Gorilla Glass (or something like that) protector.
Never heard of this. Looking at reviews sounds like some people have just messed up applying it. Think I'll give it a shot. In fact if it works well on my phone, I'll use it on my tablets as well. Thanks.
Been checking the prices on eBay and they start at £3.50 upwards. So think it would be worth checking out what the best makes are.
I am aware that there are other Nano Liquid products available but they of SiO2 whereas this one is a more complex compound made with SiO4 and has a two year coating assurance so perhaps considered more expensive none match the coating performance.

An invisible two year screen protection for £12.99 I'd say that's great value!
anyone on HUKD actually used this? from the reviews its basically no different to applying polish to your car and buffing it to shine which effectively gives it a protective layer but it doesn't stop your car from getting dented does it?
I can see how this may prevent minor scratches in my pocket or when laying it down on the table. BUT I'm failing to see how this superficial layer of nano-liquid will prevent my screen smashing into millions of pieces in the same way a tempered glass protector would... Is there anything to prove otherwise?
Does it dribble in to the micro phone and speakers thus preventing sound getting in/out?
Used one myself. Does nothing at all.
Snake oil. Some people will buy anything
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