The InvisibleShield Original is the #1 selling industry standard for screen protection. Like all InvisibleShield protectors, it comes with a limited lifetime warranty, is engineered from advanced Military Grade technology, and features Nano-Memory Technology that allows it to self–heal minor scratches and abrasions. InvisibleShield Original also features the unique EZ Apply® tabs to give you the easiest, most precise, and bubble free application possible.
THE PROTECTION YOU WANT FROM THE BRAND YOU TRUST
Powerful, strong components were originally designed to protect military helicopter blades.
Scientifically formulated with smart molecules to heal from scratches and dings over and over.
If your InvisibleShield Original ever gets worn or damaged, ZAGG will replace it for as long as you own your device.
Smart EZ Apply tabs make applying your Original simple, accurate, and bubble free.
WARNING: Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Reviews & Questions
InvisibleShield Original for the Apple iPhone 6/6s (Case-Friendly) is rated out of 5 by 115.Rated 5 out of 5 by Mark S from Great touch! Your fingertip just glides on the smooth surface of the glass!! You don't notice any difference on the phone.Date published: 2018-08-23Rated 5 out of 5 by beachwalker from Straight forward process to replace protective gla Bought the replacement after a drop of the phone cracked the original purchase and installation was straight forward though the gel to activate adhesive was a bit of an undertaking to keep screen looking clear.Date published: 2018-07-09
How do I get my screen replaced? Please contact Customer Care at 800-700-9244 as they can issue a replacement under warranty.Date published: 2018-05-06
How do I have my cracked sheild replacedYou will create a login on ZAGG.com with your email and a password. Then, on your account page, you will see a section that says, "Warranty replacement." You will need to have registered the product on ZAGG.com first then you can submit the warranty replacement. Thanks, ZAGGDate published: 2018-05-06
The shield I used to purchase had a rubberized texture to the surface when facing up and the sticky side down facing the actual phone. Do y'all still have that?You most likely had the Original or HDX option. The Glass option feels like there is nothing on your screen. Please visit http://www.zagg.com/us/en_us/invisibleshield/apple-iphone-6s-screen-protectorDate published: 2016-04-20
If I have to replace my phone and have the invisheild on the original, do I get a replacement shield for my replacement phone?As long as you repurchase the same device, the limited lifetime warranty covers screen replacements for as long as you own the device. Please visit https://www.zagg.com/us/en_us/customer/account/login/ to login and register your shield. You can order a replacement shield here as well. Once you receive your replacement, you will need to send us your cracked screen as proof of purchase. Hope this helps!Date published: 2016-11-26
I wish to install a screen protector that does not cover the top front (3/4 inch) of the phone (iPhone 6) in order to allow me to use an Olloclip lens adapter (telephoto, wide angle, etc.). Which InvisibleShield's are able to be trimmed?We don't have the ability to trim out invisibleshields. You might be able to go into a Franchise or Kiosk and ask them to cut you a specific size on our On Demand machine though.Date published: 2016-02-05
I put followed the instructions however the small bubbles didn't go aways as advertised. Any suggestions?The small smokey bubbles, or micro bubbles will fade within a week. If you are having any other problems please take advantage of our lifetime warranty at anytime.Date published: 2015-01-29
was told need to register invisible screen.Please visit https://www.zagg.com/us/en_us/customer/account/login/ to login and register your shield.Date published: 2016-06-08
the video says put the sticky side down - i peeled the shield off the yellow part and put that face down (it was sticky) - does it matter which side goes on the glass?Yes, You must put the sticky side on the glass and then peel the yellow film off.Date published: 2014-10-30