The best Apple Watch screen protectors in May 2023

Product shots of the various best Apple Watch Screen protectors on a bright background
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Your smartwatch sees a lot of action and movement throughout the day, so owning one of the best Apple Watch screen protectors will help to keep your smart watch in good condition. 

Thankfully, there are plenty to choose from, and for all different models of Apple Watch, too. Some are more subtle screen covers, others are more robust cases that offer the full gamut of protection - we've included every kind of screen protector below to give you the full picture of your options, based on quality, value for money material type, compatibility and extra protection features like edge bumpers.

Make sure to double-check the compatibility of each screen protector with your Apple Watch, and check out our picks of the best Apple Watch bands to add a personal touch to your smartwatch. We also have a guide to the best Apple Watch Series 8 prices  if you want to save some money on the watch itself. For now, let's take a look at the best Apple Watch screen protectors available today.

The best Apple Watch screen protectors available

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Alex Blake

Alex Blake is a freelance tech journalist who writes for Creative Bloq, TechRadar, Digital Trends, and others. Before going freelance he was commissioning editor at MacFormat magazine, focusing on the world of Apple products. His interests include web design, typography, and video games.

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