When it comes to quality protection for your HTC One M9's display, you'll need a screen protector that not only shields against annoying scratches and scuffs, but also retains its original quality. Thankfully, the folks over at Tech Armor have produced a fantastic option for HTC One M9's owners everywhere with these HD Clear Screen Protectors. A quick and simple application is what we're all about — not to mention the spare shields for a rainy day. Read on for a closer look along with an easy installation video.
With every pack of Tech Armor's HD Clear Screen Protectors you get 3 HD shields, a soft micro-fiber cleaning cloth for managing fingerprints and smudges, an anti-scratch squeegee, dust removal tape, and of course installation instructions. Each of these HD protectors are made from the highest grade Japanese PET film available, providing unmatched touchscreen responsiveness when applied.
Absolutely everything you need (and more) to apply and enjoy your HTC One M9 without worrying about scuffing up that screen.
How do I apply mine?
Give your HTC One M9's display a good wipe down first with the included micro-fiber cleaning cloth to remove any existing fingerprints, smudges or debris. You'll then want to peel back the green Start Tab about a couple inches. Place the adhesive side down on the display, lining up your edges as best you can, then slowly roll back the cover as it lays completely flat. Once applied, you can use the included squeegee card to smooth out any existing bubbles. Finally, remove the last layer by lifting up the Red Tab, revealing the HD Clear protector in all its transparent glory.
Why Tech Armor?
These guys have been around long enough to build up thousands of awesome reviews on their products across Amazon, and they're extremely committed to excellent customer service, which we're huge fans of. Unlike a lot of the competition, Tech Armor's products are reasonably priced — especially for the great quality they deliver. With every purchase comes a no-hassle lifetime warranty that includes any manufacturer defects. It's good stuff, is what we're saying.
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