Moshi iVisor XT and iVisor Glass for Samsung Galaxy S5 ReviewWe’re big fans of Moshi‘s products here at AndroidSPIN – they’re not to everybody’s taste nor are they the most heavy duty accessories around, but they more than make up for it in style and functional quality. Today, we’ll be taking a look at two screen protectors that Moshi has made for the Samsung Galaxy S5, the iVisor XT and the iVisor Glass.

Moshi iVisor XT and iVisor Glass for Samsung Galaxy S5 ReviewWe’ll start with the iVisor Glass. As the name suggests, the iVisor Glass is a tempered glass screen protector that Moshi currently only has available for the Galaxy S5 and the iPhone 5S/5C. Moshi claims that their screen protector features “an atomically-strengthened structure that is stronger than glass found in typical glass screen protectors”. A very impressive claim.

Moshi iVisor XT and iVisor Glass for Samsung Galaxy S5 ReviewApplying the iVisor Glass is extremely simple, with a suction cap provided to help you get that perfectly aligned installation, as well as for removing the protector. Moshi says that their proprietary design will prevent any bubbles ever forming under the screen when applying the screen protector, and we’re likely to believe them; I applied and re-applied the iVisor Glass several times and not once did I see any bubbles.

Moshi iVisor XT and iVisor Glass for Samsung Galaxy S5 ReviewNext, we’ll take a look at the iVisor XT. We’ve had a look at some of Moshi’s iVisor range before, in particular the iVisor Anti-Glare for Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (read the full review here), and the iVisor XT is another screen protector in this line, this time made of plastic.

Moshi iVisor XT and iVisor Glass for Samsung Galaxy S5 ReviewThe iVisor XT is likewise very easy to apply with no risk of bubbles thanks to Moshi’s proprietary design. As you might expect from a plastic screen protector, you do feel a lot closer to the screen than with a glass one, and gives a great feel for the screen.


Moshi iVisor XT and iVisor Glass for Samsung Galaxy S5 Review
A neat thing for both these screen protectors is that they can be removed, cleaned off with water and reapplied, effectively extending their lives as screen protectors should you feel the need to try something else in-between. Regarding the toughness of these screen protectors, I didn’t put them through rigorous tests, but I can personally vouch for their performance – I have been using the iVisor Anti-Glare protector on my Note 2 since I reviewed it a year again and there are only a few minor cosmetic marks on it.

In terms of pricing, the iVisor XT will set you back $24.95 USD whereas the iVisor Glass will be $39.95 USD.

Moshi iVisor XT and iVisor Glass for Samsung Galaxy S5 ReviewIn closing, the iVisor XT and iVisor Glass looks like a fantastic way to protect your Galaxy S5 depending on the level of protection you want. Both of these screen protectors are premium quality, and come with a big personal recommendation from me. If you’re hoping to pick one up, you can check out the product page for the iVisor XT here and iVisor Glass here, or we’ve provided Amazon links below too.

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  1. FILA

    I got a glass screen protector for my Nexus 5. for about 10 bucks, it ranks a number 9 on the hardness scale, where gorilla glass is at 7. Pretty nice, rounded edges so your finger glides smoothly. Pain in the ass to install thou, couldnt get the dust off my screen even installing it in a steamy shower. But once I got it on, its perfect. Hope it protects my real screen in an event of a fall

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