Keep your phone protected with double tempered glass with exceptional impact and scratch protection. Tempering is the process of heating the glass to approximately 1100 ◦F then quickly quenching it in cold air to reinforce the glass with strength.
For extra peace of mind, Glass contains antimicrobial technology proven to kill up to 99.99% of most common surface bacterial. This antibacterial agent is long lasting and completely non-toxic.
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precision fit with easy application
Stress free application that’s easy to follow will ensure your screen protector is perfectly aligned to your phone. Minimise bubbles with our streamlined application process which allows you to fit your new screen protector in no time.
Keep your screen clear and easy to read with built-in fingerprint protection. This advanced technology reduces fingerprint smudges by dispersing oil and grease making them nearly invisible when your screen is turned on.
Glass has bevelled edges, so your scrolling doesn’t get interrupted by a cut edge, giving you the best user experience. The ultra-smooth glass feel maintains the touch sensitivity of your screen.
premium eco materials
Innovative application system made from wheat-based ingredients and recycled plastic, combining sustainability and practicality for an easy and precise alignment. We consciously removed as many single purpose items from the applicator as possible in order to reduce waste, whilst still providing a fool-proof application system. Read on below to learn more.
innovative eco application system
When designing the screen protector applicator, it was critical that it was easy to use with minimal bubbles and precise alignment. But that was just the start, after reviewing what was currently in the market we realised that there was an opportunity to simplify the process and reduce the waste that can come with screen applicators – for one sheet of glass you could have up to 10 pieces of single use plastic in the box. Instead of proudly listing ‘what’s in the box’, we took the opposite approach. How can we create this system with as few elements as possible?