ZAGG Invisible Shield Glass + Luxe 360/ Invisible Shield Glass Curve Elite

This review will cover two different kinds of glass cell phone protectors from the same company, which is Zagg Invisible Shield. This company is known to be the top seller in screen protection according to a study done from 2011 to 2017 by the NPD Group Retail Tracking Service.

The first one I’m reviewing is the Glass + Luxe 360. This product that we were sent to review for the iPhone X is different from most protectors that we’ve reviewed- in that it has protection for the front AND the back of the phone. When you hear 360, you might think that the protection would completely surround the phone, but it doesn’t get the sides. Still, this product protects the delicate iPhone X on the screen and on the back of the phone- up to 3x an unprotected screen, and those who don’t want to deal with a case on their phone might enjoy this lightweight bonus protection.

The glass borders come in black or black/silver for the iPhone X. It looks like this:

Other features:

It comes with an “EZ Apply Tray,” microfiber cloth, cleaning wipe, and dust removal sticker. I highly suggest checking out the video I’m posting for more tips on applying these protectors. You want to make sure that they are accurately applied so you don’t get the bubble effect or peeling. Make sure to register your product when you get it because there is a lifetime warranty on the screen protector for as long as you own your phone.

The glass + luxe 360 protector runs a pretty penny at $69.99 on their website, but they have free shipping…

The same company sells the Glass Curve Elite for the S8, S8+ and Note 8. The curved glass protection that Zagg offers is probably the best out there. Many companies in this market are trying to figure out how to get the best coverage on these infinity screens, and Zagg probably got this right with their adhesive that covers the whole glass, so there is the precision touch sensitivity all over the phone. There is also no weird effects around the edges like other products.

The package comes with all the stuff that I listed above for the 360 (well, different protector, of course). Also, as with the other glass protector, it comes with a limited lifetime warranty.

The Glass Curve Elite runs about $50, and you can find it here.

This guy gives some good tips on how to avoid getting dust trapped under the screen protector, and how to apply perfectly…

ZAGG Holidays 2017, Part 2: Invisible Shield Glass+ and Glass Curve Collection of Screen Protectors

I’ve been doing a lot of work with ZAGG products, and it seemed very likely that I was going to do some work with Invisible Shield. If you are not familiar with Invisible Shield, they make this screen protectors, and they may have been doing it before screen protectors became a thing. I had a chance to review five of their screen protectors.

Unlike some of the other leading brands of screen protectors that I will be talking about later, this Glass+ protectors have 3 times the shatter protection vs. an unprotected screen. Part of it is the new Ion Matrix technology, which the company boasts as the most advanced impact and shatter protection available for resistance against scratches.

As far as the other parts are concerned, it is full of layers including a smudge resistant layer, some scratch-resistant tempered glass, then the Ion Matrix impact protection, followed by the final layer of bubble-free application adhesive.

It is worth noting that these particular screen protectors are pretty easy to install, and they are smudge resistant and easy to clean. This is because of the EZ Apply tabs, and the company’s boast of “watch as Glass+ does the rest” is true.

Yes, it is all very good, and the Glass+ for the iPhone X is available on the ZAGG site for $39.99. For those that want the one for the iPhone 6/6S/7, just go to the ZAGG site here. I’m not certain if it is compatible with the iPhone 8, but I will have to check. Then there is the Glass+ for the Apple iPhone 6 Plus/6S Plus/7 Plus, go here to the ZAGG site.

Well, as you can see by the above links, there isn’t really much difference between the Glass+ for individual models. Fortunately, I got a little variety when I tried out the Glass+ for the Google Pixel 2, and it is available on the ZAGG site here. All Glass+ is available for $39.99.

Now it is time to talk about the Glass Curve, as I had a chance to review the one for the Google Pixel 2. This is some interesting protection, as it is curved so it fits the design of Google’s phone.

The Glass Curve is made with an all-clear adhesive in order to fit solidly on the phone, and it is also made to be very touch sensitive as well. In short, it is quite the great screen protector for the scratch protection.

You should be able to get the Glass Curve for the Google Pixel 2 XL on the ZAGG site for $49.99.