Spigen GLAS.t R Slim
So, after using my 6s without a screen protector for about two months, I finally went ahead and ordered one with a Christmas gift card. (What's there to lose, right?)
I held off initially after hearing so many complaints about the halo or insufficient widths. After having applied my GLAS.t, I can see what everyone means.
Let me say that I actually really like this screen protector, despite its flaws. Feels just like typing on the phone's glass and is really slim.
The only thing that REALLY bugs me is the lack of width for the screen. It lines up perfectly with the edge of the screen on one side, but is just short of the screen edge on the other. Now, when I say screen, I mean the actual display-- NOT including the bezels. I understand that it needs to be narrower than the phone's edges to prevent it from lifting up, but they could've given just a bit more width to encompass the entire display. Just my two cents.
Otherwise, installation was a breeze (glad to see they included a dust remover sticker-- very helpful). I'd definitely recommend it if you can tolerate it being just a hair too narrow.
- 12-31-2015, 10:31 AM #2
Re: Spigen GLAS.t R Slim
I have always used the Spigen Glas.tr for every iPhone I have ever owned. It is the one I have found to have the closest feel to the actual iPhone screen. If you look around though most glass protectors do not go all the way to the edge of the newest iPhones. Yes I know there are now ones out that do go all the way out, even covering the bezels. But the feel and no loss of responsiveness with the Glas.tr are the biggest things that always attracted me to it.
Glad you like it. I have always been a fan of Spigen.
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Re: Spigen GLAS.t R Slim
I tried Zagg for her at first, and found that they did not even cover the entire area of the faceplate with screen pixels. However, in my experience, the glas.tr slim does cover this area, right up to the point where the faceplate begins to curve to meet the aluminum body of the iPhone. Perhaps Zagg has changed their cut since then, but I doubt it.
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