most popular phone screen protectors in Australia

Phone screen protectors price analysis: Amazon Australia vs Australian retail

We've compared phone screen protectors from Amazon Australia to see how their prices stack up against other Aussie retailers.

Ever since the first iPhone launched, the screen has been one of the most important elements of a smartphone, as well as one of the most fragile. No matter how good Gorilla Glass gets, there’s still a danger the front of your phone will shatter if you drop it.

Screen protectors can help there, as well as protecting the screen from accidental scratches in everyday use.

To help you choose, we’ve rounded up some of the most popular screen protectors on the market for a range of smartphones, along with price information from a range of Australian retailers so you can find a screen protector for your phone.

Prices were last checked between 20 Dec 2017 and 22 Dec 2017 and may be subject to change. Prices include any discounts but exclude potential shipping charges.

Product Brand
Retailer Prices
Spigen iPhone X Premium Tempered Glass Screen Protector
Dick Smith Catch
Spigen
$29.44
checked 22 Dec 2017
Cheapest
Dick Smith
Go to site
$30.94
checked 22 Dec 2017
+5% More
Catch
Go to site
Belkin ScreenForce Tempered Glass Screen Protector for iPhone 7 Plus
Big W JB Hi-Fi
BELKIN
$24.00
checked 22 Dec 2017
Cheapest
Big W
Go to site
$24.95
checked 21 Dec 2017
+4% More
JB Hi-Fi
Go to site
Samsung Screen Protector for Galaxy S8
Amazon JB Hi-Fi Bing Lee
SAMSUNG
$10.35
checked 20 Dec 2017
Cheapest
Amazon
Go to site
$16.00
checked 21 Dec 2017
+55% More
JB Hi-Fi
Go to site
$25.00
checked 22 Dec 2017
+142% More
Bing Lee
Go to site

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