Originally Posted by njcobra10tha
Curious what Ghost Armor costs.
My .02 is - I always felt with Gorilla Glass you couldn't scratch the phone. I even read articles that nothing but sand would scratch it but that's not true. I put a nice deep scratch in my Galaxy S3. I had 2 phones in my pocket and the back of the Iphone case had a little metal disc so I can attach it via a magnet mount in the car. Well phones got shuffled in movement and that disc really made a nice deep scratch. I'm not sure Ghost Armour or anything else would have saved me there but welcome your opinion since you have used Ghost Armour on multiple devices.
Now I make sure my phones are always back to back if they are both in the same pocket.
Ghost Armor is not the cheapest, but I think its very worth it. Just having it done professionally without the bubbles and goofyness that comes with not getting the protector perfectly straight is worth half the price for me.
For my last phone, the S3 I had them do the whole phone. Front, Back, and Sides. The back and side they did in a "carbon fiber" and the front they used their Ghost armor. After a year in a half of pretty hard use, I had them redo the protectors and the darn phone looks freaking brand new. I cant say the same for the case I got for it.
As far as price goes. Its about 15 bucks for just the front of the device and 25-50ish dollars if you do the whole device depending on the size. They do anything from cell phones to laptops. They also have a life time warrant. So if you do get bubbles or the protector starts to peel. Just bring it back to any location and they will redo it for 5 bucks labor, not cost for the material.
Now, our Note 3s, Im not sure I would recommend doing much more then the front of the device as the the back and sides are not straight plastic, so the plastic protectors might not stick very well. I also got myself a Samsung S-View cover. So with the screen protector and the S-View cover, I am no longer worried about arbitrarily throwing the phone in my pocket.
Having to open the S-View cover works for me so far, but I may change it out for a regular case like a SEIDIO case when they become available for more drop protection etc.