This Tempered Glass Screen Protector Fit For
Both All-New Fire HD 8 (6th Generation 2016 Release) and Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8 (5th Generation 2015 Release), but NOT fit for other tablets
9H Hardness, harder than a knife's blade. You can say goodbye to any possible scratches by keys, knife or other sharp objects.
99.99% light transmission Ratio maintains your Fire HD 8's beautiful HD display. You can enjoy a great viewing experience with more brightness and less glare.
Only 0.26 mm thickness maintains original response sensitivity, which ensures quick app launch, smooth games and video playing.
By undergoing more than 4 hours of high temperature tempered treatment, this screen protector's compression strength reach as high as 125MPa,5 times higher than regular glass.
Smudges and Fingerprint Resistant
The oleophobic coating largely reduces smudges and fingerprint. You keep your screen clean by a simple wipe.
Easy Bubble Free Installation
This OMOTON screen protector comes with all you'll need for a fast and easy installation.
1 x Amazon Kindle All-New Fire HD 8 tempered glass screen protector
1 x user manual
1 x dry wipe
1 x wet wipe
1 x microfiber cloth
1 x dust-removal adhesive strip and guide sticker
Install within just 3 minutes and enjoy your brand new screen for years to come.
Compatible with both All-New Fire HD 8 (6th Generation 2016 Release) and Fire HD 8 (5th Generation 2015 Release). Laser-cut dimensions provide maximum protection for the entire touch-screen surface of your device
Scratch Resistant: This 9H Hardness screen protector can effectively protect your Fire HD 8 tablet from unwanted scuffs and scratches by knife, keys and some other hard substances
Easy Installation: Bubble-Free Adhesive makes it easier to install this All-New Fire HD 8 Screen Protector
HD Retina Clarity: High-Transparency provides you high-definition clear viewing. Hydrophobic Oleophobic screen coating reduce smudges and fingerprint, to nsure easy cleaning
High Sensitivity: Only 0.26 mm in thickness maintains original response sensitivity and touchscreen experience