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REVIEW: XGear VS Spigen Tempered glass

15th March 2013, 11:09 AM |#41  
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Are these things completely flat on the side that faces the phone or do they have the slight curvature that the S3's sides have? This is where dust and debris would accumulate if they are flat and don't sit flush against the curved glass.
15th March 2013, 02:39 PM |#42  
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Re: REVIEW: XGear VS Spigen Tempered glass
I ordered a glass screen protector from X-GEAR and had issues with splotches in the center and was told to send it in for a replacement. Well they completely lost the package and completely ripped me off and then stopped returning my emails. I will FOR EVER tell people of my experience with this company and how they responded to me as well. Good luck with that XGearlive!


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15th May 2013, 07:21 PM |#43  
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It is so flimsy if your case bumps the bridge ofver the mouthpiece or earpiece the glass will break.
I dropped my phone on carpet and my UAG case hit the screen protector and it fractured and Xgear refused to RMA it because it was damaged. This a design flaw and the glass is not sturdy enought to take a bump from TPU in these areas, beware.
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