Anne Ominous October 28, 2013 02:35 AM You know, I have probably written more negative comments than positive on GizMag, but the primary reason for that is simple: I have been constantly and consistently amazed at the quoted prices for devices.$29 for a few square inches of polymer? REALLY?I can buy an Otterbox for significantly less on E***, and I daresay it offers considerably more overall protection. notarichman October 28, 2013 10:32 AM my puppy bit my phone, destroying both the glass front and the camera lens in the back...good test for this thing! Gregg Eshelman October 28, 2013 06:31 PM When they come up with an anti-static adhesive that doesn't attract every floating dust speck within three feet - then they'l have something.About the only way one can get a protector on a phone or other device without junk stuck under it is to do it in a glove box with HEPA filtered air. DonGateley October 28, 2013 08:26 PM Shiny or matte? Aeronick October 29, 2013 02:33 AM I ordered a set of these, and they came in relatively fair time (about 12 days). Application was straightforward, pretty much the same as any screen saver, only slightly thicker. To be honest, I don't see anything particularly special about this film. If one were to put a 3+ mil sheet of optically clear film of almost any type on top of Gorilla Glass 2, you could claim the same effect. It scratches - that was clear on the second day when my phone pushed against the tip of my mechanical pencil in my pocket.It doesn't have the nice smooth feel of the real glass screen protector I had on there before either (brand long since forgotten).Conclusion: A strong 3 out of 10. Dena October 30, 2013 01:35 AM I brought one Rhino screen for my iPhone 5s . worked perfectly with Touch ID. I personally think this product is a lot better than the glass screen protector which crack and chip really really easily. I would say this is one of the best one i have used. The Creator October 30, 2013 08:52 PM @Anne Ominous yeah, that may be true, but otterboxes and similar cases are horrendous looking. With these and similar products, you're device essentially has no visible change. --------I wonder if there is any difference between this product and the tempered glass screen protectors that have already been available for quite some time. Check out spigen.com, mimeusa.com, and iloome.com some or all of them have also released "flexible glass" products that look just like this one. Moira Nell August 22, 2014 02:45 AM I've used the Exskins one from moamtech.com.au and theirs is pretty much the same but also has 99.9% antibacterial properties which I find perfect knowing my kids play on my phone and tablet so much. They most definitely are better than just the scratch resistant ones out there. I've dropped my phone 100 times and have nothing more than a very little chip out of the corner of my phone's glass. I replaced it the other day and the skin was so scratched up, after putting the new skin on it looked like I'd bought a new phone! Bonus. Atina Wilson March 15, 2015 07:43 PM I also ordered this and it's definitely not worth the money. Like what Anne said before, you are paying "$29 for a few square inches of polymer"!Also buyers beware, they are an oversea company so there will be a foreign transaction fee despite their website doesn't mention this since the final amount is displayed in USD. Prettyyyy sneaky.I wish I have known all this before purchasing anything from this company.. JackLee August 11, 2015 09:56 AM actually tempered glass could perfectly protector the mobile screen. While need a real TEMPERED item. Market full of glass film but not tempered enought. Therefore some could not protect well. tested iloome glass, nilkin glass, fomax glass, while similar function.