Accessories Whitestone [Dome Glass] Google Pixel 6 Pro Tempered Glass Screen Protector [Liquid Dispersion Tech] With Camera Film Protector

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acidspider

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Just fitted mine, and WOW!

no issues with install after watching and following the instructional video

i was worried at one poit the liquid would not reach the top, slowly but surely it got there though

i am in love with my phone again, the colour and clarity of the pixel phone still shines through with this screen protector, it seems my old one put a kind of colour cast on the phone, now the screen is so clearand looks great again.

yes they are more expensive than a standard TGSP but i would recommend them now very much so
 

DanielF50

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I posted this in another thread, but I'll quote it here:

After my second TPU screen protector stretched and got partially uninstalled by my case yesterday, I noticed that Amazon UK was stocking these screen protectors & although they're a high price, I thought I'd take a chance as all reviews seem good, they have a lifetime warranty & the TPU ones are just trash to use day-to-day.

Honestly, I am shocked at how easy this was to install without any glue leaking into crevices (ie. Buttons & speakers), and also how well it installed using the jig. I recently installed a cheaper Amazon brand glue based TGSP on my brother's S21 but it leaked everywhere, glued the buttons together & muted his top earpiece!

I, myself, have always used Spigen TGSP & although they're good products, they all had to be hand installed, manually, meaning they were always slightly out and always caught dust underneath before you could install them completely - this thing though, wow! The video was very simple to follow & after I made sure there was no specks on my screen (after releasing the adhesive), I just placed the TGSP on top of the jig, let it drop down and settle, then cured with the provided UV light & then cleared the edges with the alcohol wipe.

It looks absolutely fantastic & feels super smooth compared to the TPU protectors - you genuinely wouldn't even be able to tell it's on there (with my Spigen Liquid Air) if it wasn't for the camera cut out hole.

Thanks for the recommendation roirraW "edor" ehT & kellybrf 🙌
TDLR; the Whitestone Dome is quite pricey, but definitely worth it over TPU protectors.
 

CharleySimmons

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I ordered mine and had it installed by mid January. However, in the last week the top left corner and both bottom corners have started sperating from the screen - resulting in some bad looking looking groups of little bubbles. Has anyone else experienced this?
 
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roirraW "edor" ehT

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I ordered mine and had it installed by mid January. However, in the last week the top left corner and both bottom corners have started sperating from the screen - resulting in some bad looking looking groups of little bubbles. Has anyone else experienced this?

No problems here. I think it was December when my wife and I installed ours. We've got ours in OtterBox Defender cases as well. Are you using a case?
 

CharleySimmons

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No problems here. I think it was December when my wife and I installed ours. We've got ours in OtterBox Defender cases as well. Are you using a case?
I am using a case - Poetic Guardian. It's designed to not interfere with screen protectors. It has a gap between the glass and the case edges, so I don't think that's the source of the issue.
 
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zetsumeikuro

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I ordered mine and had it installed by mid January. However, in the last week the top left corner and both bottom corners have started sperating from the screen - resulting in some bad looking looking groups of little bubbles. Has anyone else experienced this?
Yes, I had this issue with lifting where the screen curves. Thankfully I was able to press it back down and it's adhered to the screen again. Have you tried pressing them down with some pressure and see if you can work them out? This also happened to my last protector before I RMAed my original device for touch screen issues. Here's an image of the lifting on my old one.
 

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CharleySimmons

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Yes, I had this issue with lifting where the screen curves. Thankfully I was able to press it back down and it's adhered to the screen again. Have you tried pressing them down with some pressure and see if you can work them out? This also happened to my last protector before I RMAed my original device for touch screen issues. Here's an image of the lifting on my old one.
I have tried pressing it back down, and it clears it up temporarily but they come back. I submitted a warranty claim, but I'm a little ticked off that I'm having to pay them another $10 to get the replacement (had there been visible dust from the start, I would have accepted this was my fault - but there was no visible dust, and the protector looked perfect for around a month before suddenly developing these bubbles).
 

zetsumeikuro

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I have tried pressing it back down, and it clears it up temporarily but they come back. I submitted a warranty claim, but I'm a little ticked off that I'm having to pay them another $10 to get the replacement (had there been visible dust from the start, I would have accepted this was my fault - but there was no visible dust, and the protector looked perfect for around a month before suddenly developing these bubbles).
That sucks, you could always go down the route that I did. I bought some off Amazon and did the exchange process through there. Painless and you don't have to pay the $10 fee.
 
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Still not available in Europe? $30.78 shipping costs from USA to EU.
Today (1 month and 13 days after ordering it) I recieved the package from the USA; ofcourse European customs added an extra whopping €8.30 taxes which I paid before I was allowed to take the package with me......

Now I'll show my perfect protected Pixel 6 Pro to friends, telling them it's a diamond screenprotector!
 
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I ordered mine and had it installed by mid January. However, in the last week the top left corner and both bottom corners have started sperating from the screen - resulting in some bad looking looking groups of little bubbles. Has anyone else experienced this?
I have the cheaper version and it's happening too for me.
 
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i will stay naked until Whitestone. Might be 6 months down the line though.
I wondered about doing this myself. Go naked, and when the original screen is scuffed and scratched, then put on the Dome. If the phone collects 6 months of light scratches, will the UV glue cover those up, or are they still visible through the freshly placed Whitestone glass?
 

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    New! My personal newbie UV-cured screen protector review at post # 90. TL;DR - overall 95% satisfactory, fingerprint still works perfectly and looks and feels great.

    Note that they are not listed here https://www.whitestonedome.com/collections/google/pixel but they are listed here https://www.whitestonedome.com/collections/google, although the former also says "[Pre-Order ] Google Pixel 6 Pro & 6 Dome Glass Are Live NOW!" just with no links to the product.

    Direct link to P6P one here. Use the THANKYOU21 promo code for a further $6 off. Thanks to @LLStarks for that info. In the end, you pay for shipping instead of the (right now) default free 2-day shipping, and it only saves you $1.50. @lemonspeakerz says if you can find something for $1, use the XMAS25 code instead.

    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.

    XMAS25​


    Also, whitedome is Not an American company. Fyi if you didn't know.

    Thanks to @igchy for the working promo codes breakdown.

    Working Codes:​

    12% OFF [XMAS12]​

    *NO MINIMUM PURCHASE REQUIRED​

    25% OFF [XMAS25]​

    *WITH A MINIMUM PURCHASE OF $35​

    THANKYOU21 works, but it brings price below $30 and you pay for shipping.

    I bought mine already without a promo code, but I left one in the cart while I was experimenting with other promo codes people said to try, and I just got an email with a link to buy the one in my cart for 10% off, but when I follow the link it says "WELCOMEBACK discount code isn’t available to you right now". Might be worth someone else trying it, though.

    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 confirm THANKYOU21 does work.

    The "OVDektNG" currently shown at the top of the page for 10% off did not work for me, however, it's showing the P6P and P6 screen protector 2-packs for $5 off what will be the normal price anyway.

    The P6P page says:

    *Please be informed shipping for this item will be only available from 28th Dec onwards. Shipping will be on the first order, first served basis.

    An email I just received from Whitestone regarding the request for them to make a Pixel 6 Pro screen protector. My original email below.
    Hi, just adding my vote for creating tempered glass screen protectors for the Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 6. Thanks!

    Whitestone's email:
    Hi

    Thank you for reaching out to us.
    we might be selling Pixel 6 series Dome Glass but we need to purchase the device and then develop them so it will take some times.

    Thank you,
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    Are you sure that's not what the package says

    then see pics here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/pixel-6-pro-screen-protector.4346387/post-85848951

    It's a dot matrix protector. I for one, am SHOCKED some chinese no-name brand lied about their product. Shocked, I say.
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    Just fitted mine, and WOW!

    no issues with install after watching and following the instructional video

    i was worried at one poit the liquid would not reach the top, slowly but surely it got there though

    i am in love with my phone again, the colour and clarity of the pixel phone still shines through with this screen protector, it seems my old one put a kind of colour cast on the phone, now the screen is so clearand looks great again.

    yes they are more expensive than a standard TGSP but i would recommend them now very much so
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    Dont the current ones out there have problems with fingerprint reader?
    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..
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    i will stay naked until Whitestone. Might be 6 months down the line though.