The InvisibleShield HDX is the perfect combination of clarity and protection. In addition to its Military Grade and Nano-Memory Technology benefits, it features a powerful shock absorption layer that provides your screen 3Xs more shatter protection, so your device is in good hands even if it falls out of your hands. And with superior HD clarity that preserves the vibrant colors of your display, you'll get the most from your devices throughout their lives.
Go with Confidence
Extreme impact protection makes your screen three times more shatterproof so your phone is in good hands, even if it falls out of your hands.
Engineered to Protect
Powerful components, designed to protect military helicopter blades, deliver unmatched impact and break protection.
Self-Healing: Nano-Memory Technology
Scientifically formulated with smart molecules to heal from scratches and dings over and over.
Always and Forever
If your InvisibleShield ever shows signs of scratches or wear, we'll replace it, no questions asked, for the life of your device.
Reviews & Questions
InvisibleShield HDX for the Apple iPhone 6/6s (Case Friendly) is rated out of 5 by 393.Rated 5 out of 5 by bubbly from Great protection For folks who are tough on anything they use this cover keeps your phone face protected without scratching!Date published: 2017-10-01Rated 5 out of 5 by zaggirl from made the move...easy Have been putting off applying for the 100% guaranteed replacement. Thought it would be a big hassle. Turned out to be easy, quick and my phone feels new again with a nice clear protective screenDate published: 2017-09-25
Will this HDX version have a front and back protection option and is the material like the glass or is it like a gel feel?I just put it on my phone, and I'm seriously considering removing it. It does NOT feel like glass at all. It is NOT smooth, and I'm very unhappy with it. Date published: 2017-01-27
I am totally inept at installing screen protectors, No matter what, I always have little air bubbles that don't go away, and/or little specs of dust that just magically seem to appear. So which is the easiest to install, glass or HDX?I am horrible at putting screen protectors on. I installed my zagg today and it was way easier then any other that I have done. It went on perfect. I couldn't believe it. Not one bubble. Date published: 2015-02-06
Why does the iPhone 6 hd shield cover the front camera? Will this affect pictures?I called and asked the same question. Was told by Zagg that it will not affect pics. So, I took a couple, installed and took a couple more... Pics are not blurry, look just as good, just as sharp as they did without it. Pics are clearer than iPhone 5 front facing camera, which actually had the cutout. Just be careful when installing that you don't get a fingerprint or dust on sticky side (which I'm guessing those complaining may have). Or, if you have a fingerprint on the zagg shield front, that'll dramatically affect the pic as well. Date published: 2015-09-23
I purchase the Invisible Shield hdx yesterday and they told me to register my phone for the Lifetime Guarantee. Where do I do that, I only see where I can purchase it.Zagg.com/register It's written on the product box. Though if you bought from zagg (and I find their prices better than best buy and mall stores) you don't need to register your product, you just need to go to purchases and you can select "request replacement". I've done it in past on iPad & iphone - they arrived fast with an envelope to send old destroyed or worn one back to them... So save the original, no matter how destroyed it is!Date published: 2015-12-06
how to get rid of bubbles on HDXThere will be bubbles upon installation of the HDX screen. They will disappear off your phone screen within a couple days of installation once the screen has had time to set on the device.Date published: 2016-02-04
What's the difference between the case-friendly and standard protector? Why not just buy the standard protector to always keep more of the screen protected?On the original invisishields, (iPhone 4) I thought the same thing and bought the standard, then I got a new case which was a little too tight, covered more screen and "lifted" the edges of the shield. Made a mess. If you plan to use a case (and you should) get the case friendly version. It covers all of the working screen and most of the glass. some cases do a better job and there's barely a gap, others leave a little more room and you can see a faint line where glass is exposed. Barely noticeable, not an eyesore. Date published: 2017-01-27
Which is stronger? hdx or glass?HDX. And yes, I have the experience of having thought I broke iPhone screen when in fact it was the Invisishield that broke. Fantastic. Date published: 2017-01-27
Is the hdx as clear as the glass protector? Will it compromise the clarity? The HDX offers a very high level of clarity.Date published: 2017-01-27