Spigen Glas.T vs. Glas.Tr

Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by ilikecoupons, Jan 13, 2013.

  1. ilikecoupons macrumors newbie

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    Is the Glas.Tr worth the higher price tag over the Glas.T?

    I have heard that the Glas.T chips much more easily than the Glas.Tr.

    Also, do you think the Spigen Full Armor package deal is worth it?

    EDIT: I have also read that some people are getting gift cards or promo codes with their Spigen products. Can anyone confirm?
     
  2. katai macrumors regular

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    Last two orders I've made came with $7.99 gift cards.
     
  3. Risingkazuya05 macrumors member

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    Tr has rounded edges to prevent chipping that the original Glas.T had suffered from according to people.
     
  4. ilikecoupons thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I can't seem to find any reviews online that mention the chipping on the glas.t...
     
  5. JS82712 macrumors 6502a

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    Yes, the glas.t does chip, I am a very careful person, but the damn thing still chipped after 8 months of use

    just so you know, most reviews online are sponsored by spigen, so you probably wont hear too many bad things about their products.
     
  6. CarlCoxx macrumors newbie

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    the T is thinner but has a straight edge. the R is a tad thicker but rounded edge. I prefer the T
     
  7. Steevie macrumors regular

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    I agree with this. The T is a little thinner so it fits better with the Slim Armor. The straight edges line up with the lip of the armor so it looks seamless. In my opionion this is a great deal.This is how i look at it, glast is meant to be used with cases and the glastR is meant for naked/coated phone. Check the other threads but these are both great products at a crazy price
     
  8. clyde2801 macrumors 601

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    Spigen themselves say that on their page for the glas.t, and suggest certain cases to protect the edges. I'd be inclined to take their word for it.
     

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