This is a sponsored post on behalf of intelliARMOR.
Whenever I get a new phone, the first thing I do is put on a screen protector. I am always worried about scratching my phone since I bring it along on runs and hikes. Often, I use it in the kitchen for recipes and DIY projects. I also take a lot of pictures when we are out and about. Not surprisingly, I have dropped it a few times. I fell on a run once and luckily I had a screen protector on my phone.
intelliGLASS Hardened Glass Screen Protector Video Review
intelliARMOR sent me the intelliGLASS PRO – Apple iPhone Black Screen Protector to test. I needed a new screen protector since my old one had some bubbles in it.
The intelliGLASS PRO has an ultra-hardened real glass layer that provides 360 degrees of protection – 100% screen coverage. On the box, it is said to defend against the hardest hits and knocks and is also smudge-free and anti-glare. There are cut holes that line up easily with buttons and speaker ports. The box claims you will have effortless, bubble-free installation. So, I thought I’d give it a try.
I read somewhere that applying screen protectors in a humid bathroom (after a shower) helps keep the dust off your device. So, after a shower, I got to work attaching my screen protector.
The directions were easy to follow. The package comes with a cleaning wipe as well as a microfiber cloth and squeegee card. I was able to easily align the holes and with a little use from the microfiber and squeegee card I was able to remove the bubbles. Here is a video of the whole process.
How to put on intelliGLASS PRO phone screen protector without bubbles
Overall, I’m happy with this intelliGLASS screen protector. I have had it on for less than a day, but so far, the quality of the images on the screen and touch sensitivity is not affected. Only time will tell if it truly protects my phone, but it feels pretty sturdy (without bulk) so far.
Rachel K. Belkin, M.Ed is an Austin, Texas writer, creator, educator, speaker, and entrepreneur. Bylines include MSN, HuffPost, Medium, and Hometalk. After selling a 13-year blogging business in 2021, she now writes and teaches bloggers, brands, and business owners the strategies that helped build a business on part-time hours, through motherhood, chronic illness, travel, and a breast cancer diagnosis. She has been featured on KXAN, Studio 512, Fox 7 Austin, CBS Austin, and other news and media outlets.