Dropping a Cell phone can be a tragedy to some. Cracked screens can cost so much to repair on some of the newer phones and I know that I am always worried that it will happen to me. Recently I was asked to review the Rhino shield Screen Protector and I jumped on the chance!
I will say I was a bit skeptical at first, come on we know that there are so many screen protectors out there that claim the same thing, but with the Rhino Shield from Evolutive Labs went a step ahead, their screen protector not only protects your screen from scratches it will also protects it from shocks and impacts that would shatter your screen.
The Rhino Shield has a special design that has a shock-damping layer that is able to take at least 5 times the impact energy of Gorilla Glass 3. It has High optical clarity, yet it is as thin as three sheets of printer paper. It has a Special coating technology that provides strong hardness thereby preventing direct scratch damage to your screen. This effectively protects your touch screen from keys, coins, pens, and even your animal.
One thing I did not like about my old screen protector was the way it felt, all tacky and sticky after awhile. Rhino Shiled has a Oleophobic coating technology that keeps the RHINO SHIELD free from getting fingerprint smudges whilst being smooth to touch. The coating not only repels oil and fingerprints – they chose a formulation that provides RHINO SHIELD with a silky smooth feel.
Applying the protector was really easy – I was pretty amazed that it went on in one go with no air bubbles – with other protectors I would sit there and try so hard to get the air bubbles out! It’s so much nicer than a cheap plastic screen protector! There is no loss of screen clarity, and it actually feels like touching the glass of the phone screen itself. Everything you need to apply the screen protector to your phone: microfibre cleaning cloth, dust remover stickers, a squeegee to smooth out any air bubbles, the screen protector itself, and full, easy-to-follow, instructions.
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I did participate in an Impact Test of my own. We placed the rhino shield on the glass and dropped the 45g steel ball bearing a few times from different heights, the glass remained intact the whole time. .
You can head over to the website and pick up one for yourself.