Has this ever happened to you?
Picture this - You get a new phone at your local retail store. Naturally, since you paid an arm and a leg for your new phone you want to be completely sure it's protected and you pick up a matching InvisibleShield to go with it.
Lo and behold! The store employee installs your new InvisibleShield and then proceeds to toss out the box. No big deal, right?
Later on down the line you drop your phone off a third-floor balcony and the InvisibleShield is completely wrecked. Fortunately your phone is ok but the same can't be said about your InvisibleShield. #RIP
You already know about the awesome ZAGG Limited Lifetime Warranty but you can't find your receipt and have no idea which one you bought.
Suddenly a memory sparks. You remember the retail employee threw away your product's box. Panic sets in. How are you supposed to claim your warranty now? Do you still have a warranty if it wasn't registered? What do you do?
This is a tale as old as time and happens more often than you'd think - you're not alone! Luckily, your warranty is still intact and we have a few quick tips to help you figure out what InvisibleShield product you own.
Just by answering a couple simple questions you can find out what screen protector you have. You can even click the pictures to get a closer look.
Is is tinted?
This one is easy. If your answer is "yes" then you have the Glass Elite Privacy.
If your answer is "no", next question.
Does it feel like a car windshield?
If you run your finger down the screen protector. Does it feel smooth, like the windshield of your car?
If your answer is "no" then you have a GlassFusion. Despite the name, this is not made from glass. It's a high impact-resistant polymer material. It protects like glass but won't crack like glass.
If your answer is "yes", then you have either the Glass+ or Glass Elite+ for an iPhone. But we're not done yet!
Do you remember hearing the term "blue light" in the store?
If your answer is "yes", then you have either the GlassFusion VisionGuard or the Glass Elite VisionGuard.
Glass Elite VisionGuard
Do you remember the term "anti-glare" in the store?
If your answer is "yes", then you have either the Glass Elite Anti-Glare (iPhone only)
Did someone mention something called "D30"?
Then you most likely have the either GlassFusion with D30 or the Glass XTR, our highest level of protection.
GlassFusion with D30
Now you should be able to know which InvisibleShield product you have so you can feel confidence that you're registering the right one for your replacement! Those instructions can be found by clicking here.
Has this also happened with a Gear4 case?