|Product Dimensions||28.96 x 21.84 x 0.25 cm; 68.04 Grams|
|Item model number||SS-ASP-A-MacBook Pro 13" (2016)-3P|
|Other display features||Wireless|
|Item Weight||68 g|
(3 Pack) Supershieldz for Apple MacBook Pro 13 inch (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016 Model) Touch Bar Screen Protector, Anti Glare and Anti Fingerprint (Matte) Shield
|Price:||+ S$7.41 Delivery|
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- Anti-Glare Matte Film engineered to reduce glare and fingerprints
- Made from the high quality Japanese PET Film for easy installation and no residue when removed
- Real Touch Sensitivity for a natural feel that provides flawless touch screen accuracy
- Protects your screen from daily scratches, dust and scrapes
- Include 3 PCS Screen Protectors, Protected by Supershieldz No-Hassle Lifetime Replacement Warranty
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Reviewed in the United States on 13 April 2019
Tips for putting it on:
- Make sure the bottom of the screen protector perfectly aligns with the bottom of the screen. This will help immensely.
- Make sure there are no dust on the screen, because it will create air bubbles. Move slowly
- Backtrack slightly if you notice an air bubble
Like many of the reviews claim, it can be nearly impossible to install this screen without air bubbles, even if you are very careful. It's annoying but isn't the main issue for me. What bothers me is the TERRIBLE quality I'm now seeing on my screen. It honestly looks like someone put a "grain" filter on my screen at the highest possible setting! It's depressing to look at my screen now because my Retina display used to be so beautiful. Upon doing more research, I realized that reduced clarity is to be expected with anti-glare screen protectors, so I realize and do admit that I should have done more research if this was going to be such an issue for me. However, another deal-breaker for me with these screens is the lack of anti-glare. I bought these screens because I work/study/teach from home and therefore spend 14+ hours of every day staring at my screen (by the window), and the anti-glare hardly makes a difference. I really only needed 1 screen but since these came with 3, I'm now stuck with 3 screens that have significantly reduced the quality of my experience working on my MacBook. Even worse, I'm afraid to peel off the screen after applying it almost flawlessly (minimal air bubbles around two corners of my screen) because I've seen reviews where others have tried, failed, and damaged their screens.
Super disappointed in not only myself, but this product. Do your research if you want to avoid what I'm feeling now.
This screen protector fits absolutely perfectly, the close fit between protector size and screen size leaves little room for error. That said, this is the first screen protector for any device ever the I have installed solely on my own (I'm always afraid I'll mess it up so I used to have other people do it for me), but I got it in one slow careful try and it honestly was (1) not difficult, (2) not scary, (3) not time- or even labor-intensive.
In general, follow the instructions that come with the product (although they are explicitly for phones, the principle is the same). I think the key is to start application from the top, not from the sides. Make sure the little hole for the webcam is just right, and then as you remove the non-stick film from the side against the computer screen, smooth out any air bubbles very meticulously as you move down the screen. I ended up just using the card that came with the protectors, and while it was indeed just some cheap cardboard, it was gentle with my screen and it worked perfectly fine for me to get a perfect application.
My last ultrabook was the HP Spectre which had a touchscreen, so while I get used to not having the feature available to me, I keep trying to select things by touching my MacBook's screen. All this to say that before applying the screen protector, I washed off fingerprints VERY gently and repetitively with a damp eyeglass wiping cloth (they're lint free, don't scratch, and are v effective, and drying the damp spots immediately with the microfiber cloth included.
Do not use alcohol to clean the screen, as I'm pretty sure that can ruin a screen over time? Not 100% on that, but I think I read it in a blog post from Apple. I don't particularly feel like looking it up right now, after composing this novella.