TAURI 6-pack skärmskydd för Apple Watch serie 7 45 mm bubbelfri enkel installation HD klar TPU skyddsfilm kompatibel iWatch 44 mm serie 6 5 4 SE
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- [Professionell teamdesign] Speciellt utformad för Apple Watch 45 mm/44 mm. [Inte för Apple Watch 40 mm/41 mm/38 mm]. Exakt teknik gör att skärmskyddet passar skärmen ordentligt.
- [Enkel installation] med installationsguide,. Inget behov av vatteninstallation, säkerställer enkel, bubbelfri, gör att filmen passar perfekt till utrustning.
- [Fodralvänlig] Det finns extra utrymme runt skyddsfilmens kant så att ditt Apple Watch-fodral omger kanten på Apple-klockan utan att störa filmen.
- [Maximal täckning] Importerade TPU-material, kan maximera böjningsskyddsfilmen utan att gå sönder.
- [Ultra HD klar] Tjockleken på 0,13 mm gör att du kan uppleva skärmens högsta ursprungliga kvalitet och bibehålla skärmens ursprungliga mättade färg.
- Paketets dimensioner : 10.8 x 7.9 x 1.5 cm; 30 Gram
- Tillverkare : TAURI
- ASIN : B0822P1YD8
- Artikelnummer : Apple Watch Series 5 6 se 4 44mm
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Av Alice på 29 mars 2021
Do recomend this product!
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Granskad i Storbritannien den 23 september 2020
Granskad i Storbritannien den 2 mars 2021
You get A LOT in the box. There are 6 protectors, 6 alcohol wipes, 6 'dust' wipes, a cloth, 6 sticker foam holders so the watch doesn't move & a cardboard and cloth squeegee. The protector film itself feels 'thick' whilst being thin (if that makes sense?), like it's good quality and although I was worried about it catching or being able to feel the outside when applied like you get on some phone screen protectors (as it doesn't cover the entire screen), it doesn't...
The bad points are... I used up all of these trying to get it to work. I screwed up the first one so tried again making sure I followed the video to the letter... Yes, I watched the video. I watched it three times and then watched it again while I applied it, pausing on each step to make sure I was doing it correctly. First of all, the way they're showing it in the video, seems to apply these upside down. I followed it exactly and every time it said pull up tab 2, it pulled the whole thing off!! I eventually pulled most of the bits off just to see if I could apply something and figure out where I was going wrong (I basically tried to work backwards). No matter how I applied it, I couldn't get the bubbles to completely go and kept scratching the protector with my nails (I don't have long nails either) so it's clearly not scratch proof. I wish they'd put instructions with the packaging too, because yes the video was nice but the website they send you to, tells you the wet instructions and then you have to change to find the correct video and I just feel it would have been easier to have some instructions in the box?
OH and I almost forgot - the sticky holder thing? That stayed stuck to my desk. Thankfully, I have a fairly old desk so wasn't too worried about scratching the surface to get the bloody thing off, but forewarning - don't stick it to anything nice as it's VERY STICKY.
I feel like it could have really been a good product but even with the instructional video I couldn't manage to get it to work once. Potentially I had a batch that was faulty, I don't know. I think for £10 - you do get a lot, and maybe you'll be luckier than I was!
I immediately went online and found these and purchased them. I've just now applied it and its amazing - you can't even see the scratch now!
Watch the video - you won't be able to do this without watching this. It's very easy though and without being told there's a screen protected on my watch there's absolutely no way you'd be able to tell.
The mounting stickers are indeed overly strong, and if your watchstrap isn’t a loop, you don’t really need to remove the watchstrap. My tip here is to re-used the mounting stickers, as they become less sticky and more manageable as you reuse them.
What I did learn from fitting is the usual, ensure the watch is super clean, super lint free, and that you place the protector correctly. What I didn’t realise is that, removing the layers in sequence can be a bit tricky, I ruined one by not realising I hadn’t separated the pieces correctly; when I removed the last layer (4) I accidentally removed and threw the whole thing away. Doh.
Equally, avoid over folding when removing layers 2 and 3 otherwise it’ll take a while for any crease to become invisible.
Finally, small bubbles. If when squeezing out the air you end up with a very small bubble, ignore it (after removing layer 4) – I kid you not, in about three days it will have vanished.
And this brings me to my final point, it takes about three days to fully adhere. Don’t sleep wearing your watch for a few nights, otherwise it may try to come off. Happened to me, woke up with a HUGE bubble under the protector. If you skip a couple of nights wearing your watch it will bond and then be fine.
This IS a good screen protector, but you need a little care putting it on, and you may need a couple of tries before you fully understand what you’re doing. My top-top tip is leave it with any accidental bubbles you can’t remove for a few days and let the protector settle in, it will be invisible and not lift after that time too. If instead you are tempted to lift and try to reseat the protector, you’ll probably warp it, and it’ll never be right again - chuck it in the bin, and use one of the spares you still have.
I also discovered that there are two main protector types, a wet-type and a dry-type. This one is dry. There aren’t any different between brands; I’m pretty sure they come out of the same factory as they look identical, including the labelling on the protectors and the sequence to apply them.
So, definitely buy a six pack, periodically you’ll need to change it. Learn from my mistakes. But equally, buy the cheapest one you can find, because they’re all the same (assuming you get the right size for your watch). If you do it right, one protector will last many months if not years ... but then again, that's the catch, you need to apply it right. That took me nearly the entire pack, but its been on for months now and is just fine.
Scuffing a protector just means a new protector. Scuffing the Apple Watch and you have to live with the mark. I did this a couple of times with my old one, so now I've invested a small amount in my own idiocy. I think that's worth the money.