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3-Pack Tempered Glass LCD Screen Protector Compatible with Sony

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Product description

This LCD Screen Protector Ultra from DIERJIN is a sheet of ultra-thin (0.25mm) tempered glass used to protect the LCD monitor of a digital camera. Its static adhesion method leaves no sticky residue behind on your screen. Multiple layers of protective material shield your display from dirt, scratches, sweat, smears and light impact. The shatter-proof glass blocks UV rays while allowing visible light in. It is easy to install without trapping any air bubbles, and is just as simple to remove. The protector can be easily cleaned using the supplied dry wipe and wet wipe.

Key Features:
Static Adhesion Leaves No Sticky Residue.
Ultra-Thin Tempered Glass.
Multiple Layers of Protective Material.
Shields Against Harmful UV Rays.
2.5D Border Round Angle.

Specifications
Material: Tempered Glass
Light Transmittance: 99%
Hardness Index: 9H
Thickness of Glass: 0.25mm

Package Includes:
3 x Screen Protector
3 x Wet amp; Dry Wipe
3 x Dust-absorber

3-Pack Tempered Glass LCD Screen Protector Compatible with Sony

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