Shield your eyes and device with X.One Armorvisor – The Real Anti-Blue Light screen protector with 6X Impact Protection without purple or blueish tint. Enhanced with Optic Defense layer which filters up to 90% harmful blue light from your device to help reduce digital strains such as eye pain, dry eyes, headache, etc.
1) What’s the difference between X.One’s signature Hybrid Polymer screen protector and Tempered Glass protector?
Hybrid Polymer is made from a proprietary blend of TPU and PET film. This multi-layered film forms a material that is flexible and highly durable. When fused with LotusFX™ Glass Coating, it gives you the smoothness of a tempered glass protector with a commendable scratch resistance.
Tempered glass protectors, however, have better scratch resistance and a smoother screen surface. But, it may crack under pressure or during impacts, which means more replacements are needed throughout your device’s lifespan.
Depending on preferences, not all users like the experience of tempered glass protectors that constantly crack or chip on the edges, which may pose a safety hazard if not handled carefully. If you prefer something safer, more durable, and lasts longer, consider switching to Hybrid Polymer screen protectors.
2) Does Hybrid Polymer offer the same Impact Protection as Tempered Glass?
We put our screen protectors through rigorous tests, including hammering a nail into a wooden block and applying direct impacts with a hammer, as seen in many of our real-life extreme test videos.
Despite these extreme tests, our screen protector has proven remarkably durable and can consistently safeguard the device’s screen
3) What’s the thickness of this screen protector?
0.46mm thick! Thick enough to provide you superior impact protection without affecting your screen’s touch sensitivity.
Screen Protector Care Notice : In order to prolong the lifespan of your screen protector, we advise to avoid placing your device together with keys/coins or placing 2 handphone devices together to minimize the chances of scratches or abrasion on the screen protector surface.