$9.99 As Advertised
- Tempered glass protects device screen from most incidental contact damage.
- Coated optical grade glass ensures optimal clarity and touch functionality.
- 9H surface hardness provides up to 3 times the strength of film protectors.
- Bubble free, easy to install glass minimizes thickness to only 0.33mm
- One Year Exchange Warranty
Compatible Mobile Devices
One year exchange warranty
Logiix Phantom Glass HD Screen Protector for Nexus 5 - LGX10938 is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by brau from Broke in a couple months This product has pictures of hammers hitting it and drills against it. The screen broke while in my pocket so keys might have rubbed against it. Logiix won't even replace it. This product apparently doesn't work so there is no reason to buy it
Date published: 2015-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by GordP from Best screen protector I've ever used! I've used Zagg, and I've used off-brand el-cheapo film protectors for over a decade, and after a month with the PhantomGlass on my Nexus 5, this one is "the best" I've used, so far. Here's why: 1) the protector itself is thin, tempered Gorilla Glass, with anti-reflective / oleophobic coatings on the out side. It's at least as good as the OEM glass, perhaps better (I don't know if LG/Google went with tempered glass on the Nexus 5). 2) the backside has a thin silicone fluid-layer, which "wets" your original glass. My Nexus 5 has a few minor scratches that are barely visible, and installing this screen completely "fills" these minor scratches. I think this backside fluid-layer also promotes awesome clarity and maximizes light-transmission through the PhantomGlass protector. 3) I've always been plagued by dust-motes and stuff on the screen, when I've tried to apply other protectors. I think the PhantomGlass itself is simply not static-charged like the plastic films are, but the manufacturer tries to help in this area by providing a 6"x6" hemmed, two-sided micro-fiber cleaning cloth (one side is furry for cleaning, the other is super-smooth for polishing). In addition, the package includes a large sticky-picker-upper, and two smaller sticky-picker-uppers. Actual Installation experience ======================= Use the micro-fiber cloth first, to clean your original screen. Then, use the provided. large sticky-sheet of plastic to lay over your original glass and "grab" small particles. At this point, I thought I had a very-clean screen, so I carefully laid the glass over, and lowered it... Super cool - you can see the silicone fluid "wick" underneath and cover your entire screen! At this point, it looked pretty excellent, but then I did notice a couple of dust-motes that somehow snuck under :-( I could easily lift up, reposition, and actually use the small, band-aid-sized picker-uppers to reach underneath the Phantom Glass, and capture/remove the dust-motes. The screen then settles right back down, and the backside silicone fluid again completely wetted the display. It seems easy to lift and clean or reposition the PhantomGlass - far easier than it ever was with plastic film protectors. In use: it looks fantastic, and works just as well as the original screen alone (so far as I can tell). I can't detect any loss of sensitivity, nor can I detect and weird, unintended taps from nearby where I touch. The display remains crisp, bright, clear and vibrant. The PhantomGlass is completely smooth - unlike some of the textured plastic screen protectors, which impart a weird scintillation-effect to your screen :-( I use a wrap-around polyurethane case with my Nexus 5, and it wraps around the extra 0.2mm of the PhantomGlass just fine. The PhantomGlass is just a bit smaller all-around than the actual Nexus 5 glass, so in fact a case with a bit larger "wrap" would work even better... you might experience some edge-lift of the PhantomGlass if you have a case that just barely wraps the edge, and maybe nudges the edge of the PhantomGlass. Opinion ====== I think this is a fantastic product, and if it were available for my other 2-year-old phones I would buy for them in a heartbeat. The PhantomGlass *IS* also available for my 2yr-old iPad, so the old Zagg protector will soon be history!
Date published: 2014-09-11