Whitestone Dome Glass Screen Protector for iPhone X – Review & Install | 4K

Hey guys, Roger here back with another
review and this is the Whitestone Dome Glass screen protector for the
iPhone X. Whitestone say the screen protector provides HD clarity, and it
will eliminate the coloured edges and Dot Matrix effect that you sometimes find
with cheaper makes. This particular screen protector is not cheap, so is it
worth your money? Let’s find out. I really thought installing this Screen
Protector was going to be hard, but it wasn’t actually too bad. At first it
seems like there are loads of confusing bits and pieces in the installation kit, but in fact it’s quite straightforward. So to start with I place my phone into
the plastic frame and cleaned it using one of the included alcohol wipes. Next I wiped down the screen with this small wipe cloth to make sure it was clean and
dry. Now you will need to cover the main earpiece of the phone with a small
sticker and that just helps keep it dry during the installation. There’s a
plastic tab that needs to be inserted into the top of the plastic frame, and
there are two absorption pads that you’ll want to place either side of the phone. The next thing is to put the top section of the frame into place and it was at
this point that I realized I had the phone upside down in the frame, so I’ve
sped the video up here just while I turned the phone around and cleaned the
screen again. Next you need to attach the plastic bridge and once it’s on you’re
able to remove the plastic lid and place the bottle of liquid adhesive over the
screen of the phone. You’ll need to twist the end of the tube so that the liquid
will land on the screen and then you’ll want to leave it like that for about 30
seconds. With the bridge out of the way you can then position the Screen
Protector but thanks to that plastic tab we inserted earlier it won’t actually
touch the screen yet. Finally press gently on the bottom of the plastic
frame so the liquid moves to the center of the screen, and then remove the
plastic tab. As you can see the Screen Protector lands on the screen of the
phone and it can take up to around a couple of minutes for the liquid to
spread evenly across the entire screen. The very last step is to use the UV
light to cure the adhesive and this process can take three or four minutes. All that’s left then is to give the phone a wipe all the way around and just
remove any leftover adhesive. Somehow I still managed to end up with a
few very small air bubbles under the Screen Protector but they are very
minimal and you can’t see them while the screen is on. So playing games and
watching videos has been really good and it’s true what they say I haven’t
noticed any discolouring of the screen or colored lines around the edges of the
Screen Protector. It’s certainly different to a standard Glass Screen
Protector and it seems to work well, so I guess if it’s something you’re thinking
about buying then I’m sure you’ll be very happy with it. Thanks to Whitestone for sending the product out, you’ll find a link to the product in the description below and please consider subscribing to the
channel if you haven’t already. Thanks a lot for watching and hopefully I’ll see you in my next video.

31 thoughts on “Whitestone Dome Glass Screen Protector for iPhone X – Review & Install | 4K

  1. Clear, consise and well made, mate! Great video production, too. πŸ‘πŸ”₯

  2. Clean AF. Nice video mate. Some of the best video quality on the sceneπŸ’―

  3. That liquid adhesion is interesting. Strange question, but was there any strong chemical smell?

  4. Roger, this is shit hot mate πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

    You had absolutely nothing to worry about.

    What a legend πŸ‘Š

  5. No wonder you take 10 hours editing…..Good God!!!!!!!! Your production quality is OFF THE CHARTS!!!!!!

  6. Great video Roger. For me this seems like a bit too much work for a screen protector. Especially for something that still has some bubbles. If it guaranteed to be bubble free I’d defiantly pick one up.

  7. Very nice! I didn't get any bubbles on mine but I love it. Went through 3 screen protectors before this one due to poor fit on my PIxel 2 and this one has been perfect.

  8. I’m not a fan of screen protectors; not because of how they look but mainly because of how they feel. I feel like they make you lose the touch of the actual phone and I just don’t like that. Great video though; production of it is πŸ”₯

  9. I'm Lovin' it Man! Your videos are incredible!! Wow what a interesting Screen Protector install! πŸ‘πŸΎ's Up!!!

  10. Great video, I was actually curious about this screen protector. Here from FPT

  11. If I am going to spend $1,200.00 for an iPhone, I will not skimp on accessories that will help to protect it. Don't be "Penny wise but Pound foolish" as my Grandpa used to say.

  12. I've been researching for weeks and this is the one I'll be installing on my iPhone 10.

  13. This is the only screen protector I'll have on my iPhone 10. Since I have the best iPhone, I want the best protection for it.

  14. Great video… nerve-racking installation. Lol. I have done a few for the pixel 2 XL and more. great job just sub to your channel great content keep it moving

  15. Great production quality. And a very cool wallpaper. Might make one for me πŸ™‚

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