Moshi's iVisor Pro matte screen protector keeps your MacBook Pro display pristine while also reducing glare. Thanks to new multilayer coating technologies and special LCD-grade plastic, the iVisor Pro also ensures absolute clarity. Unlike other screen protectors that require tedious installation and often result in unwanted air bubbles, iVIsor's proprietary design and patented technology guarantee that you can install it in seconds without any air bubbles. In addition, iVisor Pro incorporates a special adhesive that allows repeated cleaning and re-application.
- Patented technology completely eliminates bubbles during installation
- New multi-layered structure for greater clarity and sharpness
- Special adhesive allows multiple washings and re-applications
- Surface treatment provides even greater resistance to scratches and fingerprints
- High transparency ensures minimal impact on brightness
Did you notice?Patented technology makes for easy installation without any bubbles.
Apple Recommends ForPreserve the finish and clarity of your MacBook Pro display.
What's in the Box?
- Moshi iVisor Pro Screen Protector
- Microfiber cleaning cloth
- Mfr. Part Number: 99MO040902
- UPC or EAN No.: 4712052311596
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: One-year limited (For details, please visit http://www.moshimonde.com/warranty.aspx)
- iVisor Pro cannot be applied on MacBook models with the matte screen option
Ratings & Reviews
Excellent with Some Minor Flaws
I purchased this product for two reasons; to prevent scratches, and I personally prefer matte finish then glossy. The installation I purchased this product for two reasons; to prevent scratches, and I personally prefer matte finish then glossy. The installation was extremely easy with no air bubbles what so ever since the adhesive area is only the sides and not the screen protector it self. The finished product looks very nice with me being pleased. Overall, I am happy with this product and would recommend it to a friend. …
- Written by Reuben K from Richmond Hill
78 of 87 people found this useful
Visor Pro Works Great
Bought this to control the glare on my wife's macbook pro. Extremely easy to put on. No bubbles (unlike all the different phone s Bought this to control the glare on my wife's macbook pro. Extremely easy to put on. No bubbles (unlike all the different phone screen protectors I have put on and struggled with). The resulting reduction in glare was amazing and after seeing the results I have ordered one for my macbook pro also. …
- Written by Jeffrey S from Orlando
42 of 45 people found this useful
Great Product for a great price!
This is a great product that is easy to apply. Literally took me one try (5 seconds) to get it on perfectly and I am pleased with This is a great product that is easy to apply. Literally took me one try (5 seconds) to get it on perfectly and I am pleased with its performance. It gives the screen a matte finish and it does help with glare. Fitment is the tiniest bit off but nothing to concern yourself with. No more finger prints on the screen!! I would recommend this product to anyone who want screen protection with some glare relief. THIS PRODUCT WILL NOT WORK IF YOU MACBOOK COMES WITH A MATTE SCREEEN!! Just a heads up. …
- Written by Victor S from Fayetteville
30 of 32 people found this useful
Don't be put off by the price. It's much cheaper than paying for a matte screen, and it does what the advertising guff claims (ref Don't be put off by the price. It's much cheaper than paying for a matte screen, and it does what the advertising guff claims (refreshingly). Absolutely perfect for outdoor use. No bubbles, no problems. I have washed it already, and it still works perfectly. It's the second Moshi product I have bought for my MacBook Pro (the keyboard cover is also excellent). Wish they did these for the 27" iMac screen – I'd buy one straight away. …
- Written by Stuart B from London
2 of 2 people found this useful
Expensive but does the job well.
It doesn't eliminate all glare, but it does make the screen very useable in a lit room which is what i was looking for.
The app It doesn't eliminate all glare, but it does make the screen very useable in a lit room which is what i was looking for.
The application technique is genius, simple but very effective. Would have taken all of 2 minutes had my screen not been uber dirty! …
- Written by Kieren H from Hull
2 of 2 people found this useful
THIS IS THE ONE!!!
Finally, I found a solution to the glare on my screen!!! I have a glossy screen which makes it impossible to work in any type of Finally, I found a solution to the glare on my screen!!! I have a glossy screen which makes it impossible to work in any type of light. I've tried 3-4 different types of screen (iLuv, NuShield, etc.) and they were difficult to install, left air bubbles, and ultimately didn't do the job.
I saw this, read the reviews and ordered. I wiped down the screen with the cloth provided (took 60 sec.), removed the adhesive back, and laid the protector on the screen. No air bubbles, perfect fit, and perfect performance. My movies look good and the screen is 100% functional for work.
I also ordered the keyboard protector and was equally impressed. Perfect fit and very thin to ensure tactile response. These are great products!!! …
- Written by Clifford Y from Plainfield
4 of 4 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
would this work on the new 13" Macbook air ( I really hate that silver frame) ?
- Asked by Mehrdad E from Minneapolis
- Sep 4, 2013
I am somewhat visually impaired, what I need to know is how much will this help on lessening the amount of glare and helping reduce eye strain?
- Asked by Ward P from Vancouver
- Feb 18, 2012
I have this screen protector on my 13" MBP and to be honest, it really only helps reduce Hi Ward,
I have this screen protector on my 13" MBP and to be honest, it really only helps reduce the sharpness of the glare. You will still have certain lighting conditions that cause glare.
For example, I currently have my MBP on my desk and there is a window behind me. If the blinds are open, I can still see the reflection of the window in the back. The glare is definitely not quite as sharp as it would be without the iVisor, but it's there nonetheless.
I will say that as far as eye strain goes, this does appear to help a lot. It softens the LCD display quite a bit.
Hope that helps!
- Answered by Chris F from Orlando
- Apr 17, 2012
would this work on the new macbook pro with retina display ?
- Asked by Carlos S from Los Angeles
- Jun 20, 2012
no, take the specific one that says it's for retina. the screens are somehow a bit different so if y no, take the specific one that says it's for retina. the screens are somehow a bit different so if you don't have the version specifically for the retina model you're going to be disappointed. …
- Answered by Alisha A
- Oct 3, 2013
Yes it does. The cut out on top for the Camera is oversize so the light sensor is uncovered and the Yes it does. The cut out on top for the Camera is oversize so the light sensor is uncovered and the adhesive is only on the black edge. I have had it on machine since September 2012. Works fine for me. Good solid protection. …
- Answered by Hassan M from Milpitas
- May 18, 2013
Can it be removed and reapplied frequently?
- Asked by Ryan J from Orangeville
- Nov 20, 2012
Yes, but it's not practically advisable. The protector fits right against the edges of the screen, m Yes, but it's not practically advisable. The protector fits right against the edges of the screen, making it not difficult but laborious to remove and reapply at will. However if you need to do so, yes it can be removed and reapplied frequently, it doesn't lose much grip over time or through excessive re-applying. Not practical, but possible. …
- Answered by Robert K
- May 11, 2013