When it comes to keeping your BlackBerry KEYone screen safe from scratches, a screen protector is the best option. Unfortunately, not all screen protectors are created equal, and it can be hard to pick out which might work the best for you. Adding to the matter, the KEYone screen is slightly curved making it harder to find a screen protector that 'fits perfectly.'

Luckily, the CrackBerry Forums are full of suggestions from folks who have tried a lot of what is offered and here are some of the best screen protectors for the BlackBerry KEYone for you to choose from if you're looking to keep your BlackBerry KEYone screen safe and scratch-free.

IQ Shield

The IQ Shield screen protector is one of the top reviewed screen protectors available and is backed by IQ Shield's Lifetime Replacement Warranty. IQ Shield features a wet-install application for easy adjustments and alignment.

Included in the box, you'll get the spray solution, squeegee, lint-free cloth, and installation instructions. The IQ Shield is available now for just under $8.

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Skinomi TechSkin

Skinomi TechSkin is made from military grade TPU which is highly resistant to scratches, tearing, punctures, and will not yellow due to UV light. The Skinomi TechSkin is another wet install screen protector but shouldn't leave any residue if you decide to remove or replace it.

It's also backed by a 100% Risk-Free Lifetime Replacement Warranty and available right now for under $8.

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Ringke Invisible Defender

If you're looking for a more traditional screen protector, the Ringke Invisible Defender has appeared as a great option. Right now you can get a four pack for only $8.

The Ringke Invisible Defender is designed to be used with cases so while some reviews say it doesn't cover the edges; it's meant to be that way as the cases would cover the edges more.

Made from non-color changing PET, the Ringke Invisible Defender will not cause any 'rainbow' effect on your display and will keep things nice and clear.

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Where do you land on the screen protector debate?

Are screen protectors and cases a must-buy for any new phone you own or do you prefer the naked look and feel? Have you had hands-on experience with a screen protector that others should know about? Let us know in the comments, especially since proper fitting screen protectors for the KEYone are hard to dig up.