iPhone XR & iPhone 11 Screen Protector Best Seller | Cell Phone Screen Protectors

MADE FOR iPhone xr & iPhone 11 - The Screen Protector covers your iPhone's iPhone XR 6.1" display, and is case-friendly due to the open edge design.

Iphone Xr & Iphone 11 Screen Protector Best Seller

Wear your favorite case and keep your screen protected at the same time! (ONLY Compatible with iPhone XR 6.1" Size) SPECIALTY: Due to the rounded design of the iPhone XR & iPhone 11 and to enhance compatibility with most cases, the Tempered glass does not cover the entire screen. HD ultra-clear rounded glass for iPhone XR (6.1inch 2018 release) is 99.99% touch-screen accurate. Glass Screen Protector for iPhone XR & iPhone 11: High-definition clear hydrophobic and oleophobic screen coating protects against sweat and oil residue from fingerprints. EASY INSTALLATION: - it’s super easy to install! Comes with an installation guidance frame to assist with the application process. Mkeke to protect your iPhone XR & iPhone 11 Screen against defects and damage

I had never used a screen protector before, but with my new phone, both the clerk in the phone store and my daughter suggested it would be a good idea. I didn't want a cheap peel off film so I went on Amazon and picked the Mkeke XR Screen protector. It comes with 3 in the package, alcohol wipes and a frame for installation. Installation was a breeze, and now I have a nice new sturdy plastic screen protector, and two as backup should this one get scratched. Very pleased with the product, the price was right too.

Comes with individual packets that have everything you need. Also comes with a jolder to click onto the front of your phone so you can easily put the screen on. Im a bit confused though because there is also some instructions on the inside saying there is a back part too but i dont see any materials for that

TL/DR is at the bottom of this review if you want to skip all this. My story starts a little while ago when my company got me a new work phone - the iPhone XR. I know I'm pretty rough with my phones (and with 2 young kids in the house) so I immediately went to a....popular phone company store, and asked for a screen protector. The only one they had in stock was a $40 protector, but they would install it. I thought it was a bit expensive, even though I would be getting reimbursed for it. Oh, and you only got ONE protector in the box. But...$40 means it's much better right? To their credit the guy TRIED to do a good job. He used the film cleaner on it over, and over again...almost too much. He applied the protector and I went on my way thinking I was all set to go. When I got back to work I noticed a tiny black speck in the middle of the screen. I tried cleaning it and unfortunately came to the conclusion that it was beneath the protector. I knew it wasn't their fault, some flying small debris must have landed on it between cleaning and applying. I was bummed, and since I am super anal about the screens I knew I had to replace it. I probably could have gone back there and had them replace it for free again, but I didn't want to go through all that hassle.

So my search on Amazon began and I came across Mkeke. It had high reviews, was a really good price, so I went for it. Once I got it, I was surprised to find how much came in the box. They provided not one, but THREE protectors. Also, it came with a bunch of cleaning products. One cloth cleaner, a plastic guide to go over your phone to help with application, and 3 packs that included an alcohol swab, and film cleaner (think thin sticky paper) to get any debris off the glass. I applied my first protector and....I screwed it up and got a small piece of debris under the protector. It wasn't a big deal since I still had 2 spare, but it ended up being a good thing. Why would me messing up be a good thing? Well it gave me a chance to compare the $40 product, and the Mkeke product. I held both products in my hand and tried to find a difference. I bent them, I looked at the thickness of each, I looked at the size, and...they were both the same. It actually got to the point where I had put so many fingerprints over both that I literally couldn't tell the difference and forgot which product was which. I then applied the second one and was happy with this application. No dust, everything was covered, and was easy to do. Clean the screen with the pad, use the film to get any debris off, put the cover over the phone, peel off the plastic from the cover, and put it on. If I had known I was going to get this much, and could apply it myself better, I wouldn't have gone through the trouble of going to the phone store in the first place. So if you're on the fence on whether to get these, I HIGHLY recommend you do so!

TL/DR; These screen protectors are literally the same as the $40 version from big name phone stores. In addition, you get 3 protectors instead of 1, and you get a lot more items to help you apply the protectors successfully. Thanks Mkeke!

I followed the installation directions VERY carefully, but still ended up with lint under the first screen I placed. It was annoying. Disappointed, I threw it away and started over, chalking it up to user error. The second one lasted about a week before it cracked. I did not drop the phone or anything... It looks like a small crack started at the edge of the cover where it doesn't quite adhere fully to the phone, and then spread across the screen in 2 directions. At first I thought I'd cracked my phone screen, and I couldn't understand how, as it has not been dropped, and it is in an OtterBox case as well. I was relieved to realize it was just the screen protector, but I am now down to my last one. There was a small bubble under it, despite, again, trying very hard to follow the installation directions, but it looks now like it has worked itself out. The edges still do not fully adhere, so I'm concerned about a crack starting there again, but this cover has at least lasted a week now. Overall I would have to say I am fairly disappointed with the product after having spent several dollars per protector. I had the same cover on my last iPhone for YEARS without needing to replace it. FYI... the company reached out after my purchase and asked me to email any concerns for them to resolve before leaving any negative eedback. I did e-mail them a week ago and have gotten no response, so now I'm leaving the review!

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