Screen Protectors



Just Mobile AutoHeal Screen Protector Is Clearly Scratch Resistant

Even though the iPhone 6S Plus sports “Dual Ion Exchange strengthened glass” (whatever that means), I still don’t want to take a chance with scratching my phone’s screen. I could use a glass protector, but those have edges that stick up and fall short of the iPhone’s curved glass. My near total coverage solution? The Just Mobile AutoHeal screen protector.






Gear Diary’s Must-Have Back to School Gift Guide

What do you mean Back to School? The summer is already over? Well not really, but everywhere you go, you will see businesses advertising Back to School Specials. But this year you shouldn’t just send your child back to school with a boring calculator, binder, and a few packs of paper; here is our must-have Back to School gift guide.



Moshi iVisor AG: Screen Protection for your iPad Air 2

If you’ve got an iPad Air 2 and you have a cover on it, you might think that’s enough to protect your screen. Maybe it is … but why take the chance? Putting a screen protector on your iPad is reasonable insurance against a scratched or cracked screen, and a protector like the Moshi iVisor AG can help.


Bodyguardz ScreenGuardz Pure with the Crown for iPhone 6 Plus Review

The Bodyguardz ScreenGuardz Pure with the Crown Glass Screen Protector for iPhone 6 Plus is one of the best iPhone 6 and 6 Plus accessories to hit the market. That isn’t hyperbole but rather, that is a fact. At just under $50 it isn’t cheap but it is awesome. Let’s take a look at why that is the case.



Armorz Stealth Extreme Lite Screen Protector for iPhone 6 Plus Review

The Armorz Stealth Extreme Lite screen protector with BluBlock technology for the iPhone 6 Plus is precision cut specifically for this iPhone. This 0.1mm thick tempered glass is treated with an oleophobic finish to minimize fingerprints and provide oil resistance. The BluBlock technology provides crisper, clearer screen viewing. The Armorz Stealth Extreme Lite for iPhone 6 Plus sells for $39.95.


Amzer Kristal Edge2Edge Black Screen Protector for iPhone 6 Plus

I like to keep my iPhone as pristine as possible both for the sake of aesthetics and resale value. That means I almost always have my phone in a case. It also means I ALWAYS have a tempered glass screen protector on it. The Amzer Kristal Edge2Edge Black Screen Protector for iPhone 6 Plus is a great option and offers an added…



TYLT ENERGI Sliding Power Case for iPhone 6 More Than Doubles Your Day

One issue I have had with device cases that contain battery packs is the bulk and weight added to your device that you carry on your person. I really don’t want that bulge or all that bulk in my front pocket. TYLT offers a solution in the form of the ENERGI Sliding Power Cases available for a host of devices.




Apply Straight Protection to Your Galaxy S5 Screen with the TYLT ALIN

One problem I’ve always had about screen protectors: I cannot put them on. Three out of every four times I attempt to do it myself the end result is either fingerprints UNDER the screen protector (even when I touch the sides like instructed) or the one really, really good time I put it on, there’s lint and particles .


Ventev Penna Wallet, Toughglass Screen Protector for iPhone 6 Plus Review

The Ventev Penna Wallet for iPhone 6 Plus is one of the nicer cases that your phone will ever try on. It’s made of soft, premium leather and has a microfiber lining to protect your screen. The wallet can provide a kickstand for your phone and has an outer wallet for personal storage. The Ventev Penna Wallet retails for $39.99.


Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or Note Edge: Which Would You Rather?

There are plenty of reasons to consider a Samsung Galaxy Note 4, starting with its beautiful 5.5″ AMOLED screen, 16MP rear camera, 3GB RAM with 32GB internal memory, quad-core processor, 4.4 Android KitKat, and that clever S Pen. But what about the Galaxy Note Edge? It sports nearly the same specifications while adding an extra beveled interactive and informative screen. Let’s take a look at each device’s hardware, and then we can talk…