Tempered Glass Screen Protectors are great, but the Whitestone Dome Glass nailed it ! Perfect Fit, Bubble free and “easy” to use. Get yours here: *
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We know many of you will gawk at the price of WhiteStone Dome Glass. Itʼs at least $45 dollars on Amazon which makes it one of the most expensive screen protectors weʼve used. But remember, WhiteStone Dome Glass is a chemically treated screen protector which makes it grade higher than tempered glass.
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22 thoughts on “The BEST Tempered Glass Screen Protector – Whitestone DOME GLASS Review”

  • Billy Reynolds says:

    "Bubble free and "easy" to use."
    Checks end of video.
    Nuhuh!
    What happened with your hairline scratches though? Apparently Loca glue was first used on phones to fill those in.

  • Ragna Eyjadóttir says:

    You get a piece of glass to protect your phone from scratches .. and you produce a pile of garbage in form of half a dozen plastic bags, cheap uv light, cheap plastic stand etc. – and why anyway. Your phone is a consumer article … not something that needs to be displayed in pristine condition. Waste of resources and anti environmental.

  • carlitos vodka says:

    Aftermarket approaches are usually not economical to begin with. it also gives you doubt of your self and the blame falls to the user.

  • OMG, what a polava! 😉
    I have an almost zero success rate with Screen Protectors and bubbles and dust would drive me mad!
    Fortunately, Apple used to sell a Belkin Screen Protector, which they would install for you, using a neat little Gizmo, where the phone went in and then they closed the lid and pulled the Screen Protector cover off and opened it and voila, the Screen Protector was perfectly applied and no bubbles!
    However, I no longer have an iPhone just a cheap Sony Phone, so I went through the usual process of buying it and a Screen Protector and buggered it up completely, in spite of the fact that I followed all of the instructions etc. etc.
    Luckily, they came in a pack of 3, so I took it to a local Phone Repair Shop, where they happily fitted it, bubble and dust free in about 5 minutes flat.
    Thing is, these people are doing this on a daily basis.
    If you only do it once in a blue moon, then expect the usual bubble/dust laden outcome! 😉😉

  • Lars loves Tech says:

    there are two tubes of glue just in case you fuck it up the first time…..continues on to completely fuck it up…HAHAHA…well as you can see guys i fucked it up but i am ok i can live with it….priceless absolutely priceless….stefan you should have at least tried again so that we could have all seen what to do after fucking it up the first time…like using a spirit level to check the surface where you are going to attempt to apply to see how level it is both horizontally and vertically,next try and find a room which has the least ammount of floating dust particles which should help with not having to keep taking them off with the stickers before the final application ahh stefan you should really also tell people to read the instructions a couple of times first not watch a fucked up tutorial from the one and only techmagnet destroyer of screen protectors extraordinaire…LOOOOL…still good try i think you should send off for another product from them and try again showing also how to fix fucking it up as well…LOL….#Huawei

  • First of all: Nice video, but I'm not a fan of these liquid protectors.
    Once messed up, it's messed up.
    I better prefer a usual tempered glass to these, even if the screen got a 2.5D panel.
    But in my case my Xperia 1 got an almost completely flat 2D-panel.
    The screen us only curved for about 1mm on all edges, which makes such protectors unnecessary.

    But a thumb up for trying this one on your P30 Pro!

  • #Huawei, I struggle to use "Huawei Share" from my phone to PC, sending picture or link….Is this feature only for using between Huawei devices, phone to phone, or phone to matebook, or any pc/laptop?

  • Huawei already registered the hong meng trademarks ON more countries and the number of registered countries might be up soon ,this means that the Huawei proprietary operating system Will have a various types of version on each other countries that Huawei is station and business model ,which means that the os Will be localized version AND follow the cyber security law on each other countries that has the Huawei proprietary operating system ,which is good because this is the beginning of independent from CONTROL BY THE MONOPOLY of Google for good .
    https://www.huaweicentral.com/exclusive-huawei-registers-hongmeng-trademark-all-around-the-globe/
    HUAWEI PROPRIETY HONG MENG OS INTERNATIONAL VERSION IS THE NEW OPERATING SYSTEM THAT WE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY ARE WAITING FOR SO LONG WHICH THE OPERATING SYSTEM MUST BE FULLY BUILT TO FOLLOW EACH OTHER COUNTRIES CYBER SECURITY LAW THAT THEY DO BUSINESS ,NOT CONTROL BY ONE ENTITY WHICH IS GOOGLE WHICH IS VERY DANGEROUS BECAUSE GOOGLE AND OTHERS USA BASE COMPANIES ARE LIKELY LINKED TO THE US GOVERNMENT WHICH IS VERY DANGEROUS TO ALL COUNTRIES NATIONAL SECURITY INTERESTS .
    LOOK AT EDWARD SHOWDEN .
    😈😇😈😇😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😇😇😇😇😇😇

  • Honestly I'd prefer to use my phone without a protector. Just don't put it inside a pocket with keys :p the feeling is so much better. Also its kinda impossible to do it dustfree without a special dustfree box or room

  • Review The Cheapest says:

    This whole scene looked like a heart transplant operation. By the way, why do you wear keys in the same pocket where your phone is? Don't you have another pocket for that purpose?

  • Doesnt even look like you have a screen protector, but you should change the title of the video to "how not to apply a termpered glass screen protector"

  • Ya man this screen protector comes in a rather "Kit Pack". These are very nice & they fit absolutely fine, well they have to. Such kits are available in US too, but good to see it here in Europe as well.

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