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Topic # 223085 12-Sep-2017 10:16
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I know some of the LG G6s come bundled with a tempered glass screen protector - posting on the off chance someone doesn't need or want one before I look at buying new :)




(I managed to crack mine snowboarding... initially thought it was the screen; after much cursing I remembered I had the screen protector, so lifted it and thankfully only it was cracked, whew ;-))

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  Reply # 1863091 12-Sep-2017 22:31
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If you don't find one locally there are plenty on Aliexpress. Ymmv etc (I have no idea why screen protectors are marketed as explosion proof)

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  Reply # 1864591 13-Sep-2017 16:00
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Explosion proof might be useful in some countries! But you would also need to be explosion proof to take advantagesmile

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