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Frankly, I call bull on this! Ain't no way it's 9H! I have absolutely no proof, but I simply don't believe it.

IMHO, what Clarivue's has going for it over XGear is that it'll be available ~1 month sooner.
Doesn't Sapphire Crystal have a hardness of 9H? o_O

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that is super cool! just watched the installation video on their website.

so tempting..i don't want to be a guinea pig..but the 'early adopter' price of $30 is very tempting.

this is sometihng you almost need to see and feel in person before pulling the trigger.
 
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Anybody having any issues using their coupon code 'glass' ?

I get an invalid coupon code error.


After using a GLASt screen protector on my old phone this is a must have for me.
 
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Anybody having any issues using their coupon code 'glass' ?

I get an invalid coupon code error.


After using a GLASt screen protector on my old phone this is a must have for me.
That is because the 25% is applied at checkout automatically. In cart at checkout it will be 29.99 not 39.99.
 
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Doesn't Sapphire Crystal have a hardness of 9H? o_O

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It's a different hardness scale. It's based off of the hardness of graphite, for instance a number 2 pencil has a hardness of 2H. So, they are saying that graphite with a hardness of 8H will not scratch the glass, but one with a hardness of 9H will.
 
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That is because the 25% is applied at checkout automatically. In cart at checkout it will be 29.99 not 39.99.
Whelp.

Certainly wasn't paying attention to that.

Anywho, ordered away!
 
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I gave in and bought one, can't wait to get it

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I gave in and bought one, can't wait to get it

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Same here. Since it is in Vancouver just like I am I hope it comes quick!
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post pictures and reviews! wondering how it works with the official bumper
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Doesn't Sapphire Crystal have a hardness of 9H? o_O
I haven't looked it up, don't know offhand, but let's say you're right. If that's the case, then your large, single sapphire crystal screen protector will likely be costing ~$200,000. Not $30. This is just tempered glass, not sapphire.

Again, I call bull. But I have no proof. I'd believe 8H at most.
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