Reddit Reddit reviews FJYQOP Screen Protector for iPhone x/xs

We found 16 Reddit comments about FJYQOP Screen Protector for iPhone x/xs. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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FJYQOP Screen Protector for iPhone x/xs
IMPORTANT NOTE: Advanced fit and perfect size for LG (Google) Nexus 5X 2015 Newest. (NOT for Nexus 5 2013). Real glass makes for real difference in quality and touch sensitivity!Industry-leading Japanese special processed glass to ensure maximum protection, offers TRUE HD 99. 9% transparency, high sensitive operation, comfortable touch and HD clarity. Easy installation and no residue when removed.Round Edge [0. 2mm] 99. 9% High-definition clear hydrophobic and oleophobic screen coating protects against sweat and oil & water residue from fingerprints. Featuring maximum protection from high impact drops, scratches, scrapes, bumps. Scratch resistant, Shatterproof, Perfect Clarity and Touchscreen Functionality/ No Rainbow Screen/Bubble-free.FJYQOP Screen Protector for iphone x/xsAll Glass Screen Protectors are backed by PLESON's Lifetime Program. Lifetime no-hassle provides easy lifetime protection for your tempered glass screen protector.
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16 Reddit comments about FJYQOP Screen Protector for iPhone x/xs:

u/thelakegod · 11 pointsr/nexus5x
u/akashik · 7 pointsr/nexus5x

PLESON makes a great one. There are three Nexus 5x's in my home and they all wear this protector.

u/Ashinjuka · 7 pointsr/nexus5x

I got the Plesson. I've only had it about a week, no issues so far.

u/axx · 7 pointsr/nexus5x

Yes, i am using this cheap but decent 'Pleson' case, and a screen protector apparently by the same brand. I like the case as it is slightly more grippy than no case, and I'm less likely to drop the phone. (Not less likely to leave it on top of my car though!)

u/MyBlueBucket · 3 pointsr/nexus5x

No, dBrand definitely does not send a screen protector. I've been using this:

u/AttemptedWit · 3 pointsr/nexus5x

In preparation for my 5x's arrival, I've ordered the following:

u/JangaJam · 3 pointsr/nexus5x

If this is the Pleson screen protector you are talking about, then I highly recommend it.

I recently bought this case and it is great. I assume the SUPCASE will work just as well though.

There has been some controversy surrounding USB type-C cables lately, but I've tried several different brands and they all work fine. Just spend the extra couple dollars to get decent ones. If you're anything like me, you'll find that having a few extra cables is necessary. I also tried those microUSB to type-C adapters, and they work, but it's clunky and awkward and I don't think you can do fast charging with them (not sure on that though).

PhoneArena posted an article about USB type-C battery packs. Take a look at what they have to get you started in the right direction.

u/itchy_feet_ · 2 pointsr/nexus5x

I've been using the Diztronic flexible TPU case for a couple of months now and would probably give it a comfortable 4 out of 5 score. Generally it fits the phone well and does a great job of protecting it too. The buttons are covered and all of the ports etc have their own exclusive openings - not one opening for the fingerprint sensor & camera, which I'm a big fan of. The camera opening also rises up probably around .3mm or so for additional protection of the lens which is awesome.

On the other hand, the fit isn't that great: when I hold the phone to my ear and push it against my head I can generate a click between the case & phone. I rarely talk on the phone so it's not a big deal, but I've noticed it and can't stop noticing it anymore. I also have had it catch on my pocket while pulling it out and it can pop the case off of a corner or two of the phone. Again, not a huge issue, but definitely enough (IMO) to not give it 5 stars if this were an official review.


As for screen protectors, I've been using the tempered glass screen protector from Pleson and it's been great. I used to use non-tempered screen protectors on my old Moto X and found that after around 3 months I wanted to replace them because they got gunked up with not exactly scratches, just a general blurriness in the high traffic areas of the screen like the keyboard. Mostly noticeable when the screen was off, but it wasn't ideal for looking at photos and it kind of just looked like crap.

The Pleson protector has been great for the three months I've had it. I can't see any blurriness building up and have noticed no decrease in the touch screen sensitivity. I did have a pretty good scare last week when my phone face planted onto a flat surface and I picked it up to discover a crack running vertically down the whole screen.... but thankfully it was only the protector. A bit bummed that the protector itself can crack, but pretty damn happy considering the potential alternative. That said, planning to order a replacement of the same within the week!

u/t88dsm · 2 pointsr/Nexus
u/brasmuson · 2 pointsr/nexus5x

I have the Google adopted case for $20 with a Pleson Tempered glass screen protector (~$7 from Amazon). Keeps the phone at a reasonable size and well protected.

u/RenegadeUK · 1 pointr/nexus5x

Contact info is supposedly here:

I have emailed the contacts about Pleson TGSPs being available in the UK. This was weeks ago and never had a response.

Magically they did appear at a timepoint afterwards on Amazon UK:

Except with "out of stock" attached.

There main address also appears to be in the UK ????

All very strange...don't you think ?

u/pc0n · 1 pointr/nexus5x

I went with this and am pretty happy. No complaints.

Also, went with this Diztronic case that is pretty minimal feeling . I had a similar Diztronic for my Nexus 5 and it seemed to hold up for the few low impact drops my dumbself made happen.

Both the screen protector and the case work well together fwiw.

u/snotyak · 1 pointr/nexus5x

The button hasn't gotten any easier to press. It's a huge bummer and feels like a missed opportunity.

Here's the screen protector -

u/gibletdinner · 1 pointr/nexus5x

I understand that; but there are certainly some people who get into fender benders every few months and I used the example of my last phone to demonstrate that I am not one of those people.

I have a Pleson tempered glass screen protector and this Pleson bumper case on the phone.

The second crack isn't touching the first one, so they seemed like unrelated damage, but maybe it was just more susceptible to another crack after the first one.