So you’ve dropped some coin on a brand new Nexus, you’re waiting patiently for it to arrive and you realise you’re lacking adequate protection for your device. Screen protectors have evolved; from the old films that bubbled and looked hideous after a few weeks to custom cut pieces of tempered glass and are no longer a luxury to keep your device in good working order, they’re a necessity and we’ve got you covered over at the Ausdroid Shop.

Aerios Screen Protector – Nexus 6P

Google Nexus 6P

Aerios Screen Protector – Nexus 5X

Google Nexus 5X

The Aerios Tempered Glass Screen Protector for the 2015 Nexus range features a 9H scratch-resistant surface at a razor-thin 0.33mm thickness. Built specially from nano-technology, the glass sheet offers maximum defensive performance with round corners for a more precise fit and protective coverage.


  • 9H surface hardness offers a protective layer three times stronger than regular PET film.
  • Even sharp objects such as knives and keys will not leave stubborn scratches.
  • Oleophobic coating resists fingerprints and other contaminants.
  • Easy to clean smooth gloss surface.
  • Manufactured from the highest clarity Asahi Glass materials sourced from Japan.
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Not only are you getting a good price on goodies to protect your investment, but you also get that warm and fuzzy feeling from knowing the profits go to helping your favourite Android site.

Let us know what accessories you’d like to see on the Ausdroid Shop

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    Yep, basically a waste of money at this point. Just took mine off and I’m shopping for another one with a cut out.

    I understand they were probably tooled before the proximity sensor location was known, but still disappointing

    Phillip Molly Malone

    I would contact the place you got it. Selling it as a Nexus 6p Shield suggests that it should allow for Proximity sensor. We should be entitled to a refund.
    Don’t blame the store but they need to make it right.


    Yeah I might try that later, ordered one from somewhere else in the meantime


    Well, I just wanted to post that I got mine somewhere on Ausdroid….

    Dennis Bareis

    This was on Windows XP, the root certificate wasn’t trusted, could have been a network glitch I suppose. Date/Time was OK.

    Dennis Bareis

    FYI: Chrome doesn’t trust the shopping site

    Dan Rayner

    Mine doesn’t show any trust issues


    Seems to be fine here, too, Dennis:

    Dan Rayner

    Maybe check your date/time on your PC. I this often when someone has the correct time on their clock but in the wrong time zone.


    Any chance you’re using Chrome on a Samsung device? I have the same problem but only if it’s Samsung.

    Bought the protector with my Nexus 6P without issue.

    Dan Rayner

    They’re a good price. I wanted to read some reviews but can’t find any.


    I can put one on my Nexus 5X if you like and tell you how good it is?

    Dan Rayner

    I feel like there may be some bias involved… 😛
    But please do, I have a 6P on the way and prefer the feel of a glass protector


    For sure Dan. I’ll try the glass in the Nexus 5X but I’d imagine it will be good. The Aerios stuff has always been fitted well and good quality.


    Applied the screen protector when I got home from the warehouse. Wasn’t too hard – but I’ve done a couple before. Fit is near perfect on the 5X, to the point I can’t even see it. I think you’ll be happy with one for your 6P, Dan, or your money back from Ausdroid.


    How well would this cooperate with cases where there is a lip over the edge of the phone. Might get one for my new 6p 🙂