We go hands-on with the Whitestone Dome Glass screen protectors for Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro to work out if they are worth almost $50.
Hey, just wondering: how do you remove the loca glue if you mess up your first attempt?
That's a good question I've wondered myself. The first (proper) search result for this Google search (not the videos) leads to Whitestone's answer here.
Fyi, if you use this code, you loose out on the free 2-day shipping and you will be defaulted to the standard $5.99 shipping.
In the end, the code still brings the total to be $1.50 cheaper than without... But the real question is, is 2 day shipping worth it for $1.50?
I say, hell yes.
If you can find something for $1, use this code instead.
Also, whitedome is Not an American company. Fyi if you didn't know.
A UV kit for the regular 6 is weird. They usually just do normal protectors for phones with flat screens.
At least the installation trays look like they got a major upgrade in materials and they aren't charging the usual $50+ for either phone.
The THANKYOU21 code works for $6 off.
I have this one (CoverOn) on my phone right now and no, fingerprint reader does not work. Several other people have mentioned this particular one doesn't work for them either (as with all the others). I am keeping it on though b/c it's nice, fits well, does well with not leaving too many smudges/prints, etc. Also feels nice. Until one comes out that works with the fingerprint reader, I'll stay with this and use a pin. I like the protection of tempered glass vs. TPU/PET, etc..