Get Yourself An iPhone Screen Protector

Masha Berman | Contributor

You need to get yourself a screen protector for your iPhone. I’m guilty of dropping my phone more often than I should, and a screen protector gives me that extra layer of security to make the phone last that much longer.

Normally $10, this 2-pack of screen protectors is 30 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $10, this 2-pack of screen protectors is 30 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

JETech Screen Protector for Apple iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 7 Plus, 5.5-Inch, Tempered Glass Film, 2-Pack on sale for $6.99

No one wants to pay to repair a cracked screen, right? Of course not. Well, now you can avoid yourself the hassle, and save tons of money by grabbing an iPhone screen protector from Amazon for only $6.99! That’s nothing compared to repair costs. And it’s on sale from $9.99, so you’re being smart and getting a bargain at the same time. Plus, it’s an Amazon Choice product, which means it’s being highly rated by real Amazon customers and is eligible with free, two-day guaranteed delivery with a Prime membership.

Your iPhone screen protector comes in a two-pack, and is dust-free, fingerprint-free, and bubble-free. It won’t affect the look of your phone at all, and people probably won’t even notice you have it on. It’s also high-response and high-resolution, so you can poke around your phone like you would if it weren’t there. And if you ever need to take it off, Amazon includes a removal guide in the packaging, and you can watch a video here if you have any questions.

It’s really a no brainer, isn’t it?

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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