You know that feeling when you get a new phone? You are ridiculously protective of it and the thought that something might happen to it before your contract expires is a bit scary (maybe that’s just me). So as well as opting for a case for it I always get a screen protector. It always seems like a really good idea until I try to apply it and the screen of my phone ends up looking like bubblewrap!
Anyway I got a new phone at the start of the year and I had a good look online for screen protectors. I must admit I went for the ones that said they were easy to apply. I didn’t actually give much consideration as to whether they would actually protect the screen!
It’s not really the kind of thing you find out until it’s too late. You drop your phone, the screen smashes, erm nope that protector was rubbish! So when I was offered the chance to try the Rhino Shield screen protector I looked online at reviews and knew this was going to be a good one!
Rhinoshield Screen Protector
Rhino Shield actually sent us a press pack so we could test the protector for ourselves. Complete with a metal ball bearing, ruler, solid surface, Gorilla Glass samples and Rhino Shield protector we set about testing the product.
Rhino Shield Press Pack
Rhino Shield Press Pack Contents
Since we are entirely useless at vlog style posts here is a link to a couple of lab tests that demonstrate the Rhino Shield in action. We did a press-pack variation of this and got the same results…
glass screen, no Rhino Shield protector
Without protection the glass smashed. With protection, the glass was fine, perfect, not a mark. In the excitement I forgot to take a photo, but if you check out the video you will see for yourselves. The Rhino Shield is strong!
Having ascertained that this protector is, well, amazing. I decided to chuck out my old protector and apply this new one. Honestly, I was dreading this. I HATE doing this kind of thing. However Rhino Shield send you everything you need to make sure you apply the protector perfectly!
Rhino Shield comes with everything you need to apply the protector
To tell you the truth when I opened the packet and saw all the accessories I was still skeptical. Aside from the fact that you don’t want bubbles/trapped dust on your screen there is always that nagging feeling of “I paid £X for this, I better not mess it up!” Or is that just me?
This was incredibly straight forward to apply. For the first time ever my screen protector is flawless! As long as you follow the instructions and take your time using the dust removal stickers etc you should get the same result.
Honestly, I am hugely impressed with this. Not only does it look flawless on my phone, it also looks clean, clear and I know that it works!
It’s a fortnight since I applied the protector and it still looks perfect. I genuinely cannot fault this product.
The Rhino Shield is available to buy online and can be shipped worldwide. It’s available for a variety of phone makes and models. The iPhone one I received retails for $24.99. When you consider the price of that compared to the price of replacing a broken screen I’d say it is definitely worth the money.
Thank you to Rhino Shield for providing the sample as well as the press kit so we could try the product out for ourselves. All opinions expressed are entirely our own and completely honest. As always, there are no affiliate links in this post.