We’re finally at the point in time where $1000 (or near $1k) phones are becoming a reality. It’s here to stay for a while, and some of us just won’t get around that price. One of the best things we can do for our phones though will be to get top-notch protection so we won’t have to spend another $1000 for replacements. That’s where Whitestone Dome comes in with their premium glass screen protector.
Recently, with phones having rounded corners and beveled edges, it’s been challenging to find a screen protector to cover the screen without any issues completely. You’d typically either see a short protector, less sticking points, or no options at all. Whitestone Dome uses a UV light based adhesive that corrects those issues.
Another difference about Whitestone Dome’s screen protector are the included parts/tools you get along with a slightly complicated installation process. The total list of tools includes a small UV light, installation bracket, glass screen, two liquid bottles, three microfiber cloths, three wet napkins, and three dust removal stickers. That’s a boatload of stuff! The process is somewhat long and will require you to take about 30 minutes of your time.
That process requires you to place your phone in the installation bracket after cleaning the screen thoroughly. You’ll then use the bridge to apply the liquid to your display before setting the screen on it. After that, you’ll use the UV light a few times to start the adhesion process for the glass.
While that may seem like a lot of work if you follow the instructions to the best of your abilities you should be ok. I came out with the best screen installation I have ever done — and for the money and time, I’d hope so. The screen is large enough to cover the screen while still being supportive or most cases. There’s no touch sensitivity loss or air bubbles. Practically perfect. You will have to remove some residue from the sides of your screen most likely a day or so after the process is completed.
All in all, this is easily the best protector out there for the phones supported by Whitestone Dome. I haven’t seen a better screen for the Pixel 2 XL and the recent Galaxy series, but also with the current iPhone models as well. The extended process is worth it.
You can get Whitestone Dome’s glass protector from their website or Amazon. They will cost a whopping $45, which honestly isn’t that bad and in the ballpark of some other manufacturers. And with high-priced phones, another $45 to keep it protected won’t hurt.
Be sure to get the protector down below and keep your phone looking good. I’ve enjoyed this screen, and I’m sure you will too. Let us know what you think of the Whitestone Dome glass below!