Sunday, 6 July 2014

Review: Rhinoshield screen protector

A few months ago I made the bold leap and switched from Apple to Samsung. In the grand scheme of things it may sound like a trivial matter, but anyone who's been sucked into the iPhone vortex must know that once you've started, it's very hard to stop. My relationship with my iPhone had came to an abrupt end when it came to upgrade and my network wanted £45 a month for the privilege of an iPhone 5. That would be a no then.

After a lot of research and a bit of coaxing, I made the plunge and went for a Samsung Galaxy S4 for half the price. I haven't looked back.

One of the things I was a little worried about was my shiny new screen. I've seen enough smashed phone screeens on my daily commute to know that this is a road I don't want to go down. They look so sad and forlorn with their spidery jagged lines cobwebbing across the front. My sister told me that a screen protector was a must, so I decided to try the toughest in the business: Rhinoshield impatc protection*.


The screen protector was surprisingly easy to apply, with no bubbles or trapped dust. Safe to say it does exactly what it says on the tin. Getting used to my shiny and much larger new phone inevitably means it's had a few tumbles on the hard pavement. That sinking feeling when you reach down and prepare to see a large crack snaking across the screen has all but gone. This screen protector means business.


The Rhinoshield screen protector is available on their website.


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  1. I left the Apple club too and got a Padfone Infinity (a phone that you can insert into a tablet and it 'embiggens' it as I call it) but I've dropped my Padfone so many times that parts of the screen don't work or accidentally press the wrong thing at really inopportune times, like when I go into a photo on Facebook I have to click "I don't like this photo" to get back out because the back button won't work! Or if I accidentally hit the 'Status' button I HAVE to write a status to get back out! I think a screen protector like this one might have saved me. In the meantime though, I think I might have to revert back to my 4S until I can get my Padfone fixed. What do you think of the Samsung?

    1. I absolutely love my Samsung. I was worried about switching because I have a Macbook but it integrates just fine and the screen is amazing! You can customise it a lot more than the iPhone. I have no regrets at all, especially because I saved so much dollar on the line rental xxx

  2. Thanks for reminding me to get a screen protector for my new Samsung Galaxy Note 3. I ordered it from Amazon and I love it and the phone. I always enjoy your blogs. Thanks so much.