Full tempered glass for Apple Watch.

Discussion in 'Apple Watch Accessories' started by geraldo3, Jan 27, 2018.

  1. geraldo3

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    Any idea if this is available locally? In Greenhills perhaps?
     

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    Greenhills sells those for 200-250 pesos. Cellphone stalls.
     
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    Still looking dear?
     
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    hitme64 PhilMUG Addict Member

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    Clearly, you are post-padding. You aren’t even giving anyone tangible or concrete advice or comment.

    Maybe you haven’t yet read our Forum Rules and Regulations so you might as well read them now.
     
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    I used to have the domeglass tempered glass on my watch. The one where you have to apply the adhesive separately from the tempered glass. It was such a pain to install but overall it was okay until it cracked after a month or two and then I just thought f*** it! My watch is better off with out one. Yes my watch has scratches now but I only notice them when I try to look for them.
     
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    Mm...I live nekkid (Series 4) for at least a year but at home, it is worn inwards. Outside, it is worn normal way. Result: a few micro scratches on the side. Now with series 5? Thinking of tempered glass. Maybe-ish.
     

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