Speck CandyShell Grip Orchid Moss - Carcasa para Apple iPhone 6, verde y negro
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Compatible con Apple iPhone, exterior de cubierta rígida de policarbonato, interior blando de TPE, construcción de dos capas, esquinas reforzadas, diseño resistente, borde elevado, protectores de caucho para los botones, acabado brillante.
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My previous experiences with case styles: I had researched cases for my iPad mini and was very close to getting the exact same style Speck case, but unfortunately I didn’t and opted for something sleeker. I soon regretted this decision after dropping and damaging my mini. The same situation with my previous iPhone occurred. I opted for a sleeker case, which caused my phone to slip out of my hands on more than an occasion or two or ten.
The Speck: I instantly like the feel of the Speck case. There’s something about it that feels right. It still has a sleek enough feel compared to an Otter Box case I once had, and yet it gives the phone a durable feel (unlike the fragile feel it has without a case) without being overbearing to the point of causing the iPhone to become unrecognizable as one, or heavy. There’s just enough grip to keep the phone positioned in my hand as I hold it up to read or snap photos. I don’t have any issues dragging icons to the left or right to the adjacent screens as was the case with another reviewer. I also am able to click on the power (which is now located on the right side of the screen opposite the volume buttons) and volume buttons with ease, unlike with other cases where extra pressure is needed.
The Case Mate Slim Tough: The Case Mate is appealing to my eye because of the purple and teal color option (the two colors being among my favorite colors) and because it doesn’t add any bulk to the iPhone. I had some difficulty getting the case onto the phone, however. I almost felt that I was going to pop one of the buttons off of the phone while placing the case onto it. So it takes some audible clicks and snaps to get the case to fit on all the way. The feel of this case is very different compared to the Speck. It’s just a smooth plastic, which is perfectly fine. I used to have the Belkin case for the iPhone 5 and I loved it, however that one felt more pliable unlike this Case Mate case. The difference with this Case Mate is that it does have a hard plastic trim, which could be helpful in the case that the phone is dropped onto any of it’s edges.
Ultimately, I’m sticking to the Speck because the grip feels good. The grip lines also add a certain funky aesthetic appeal to it. A major plus for me is that the case is a hard plastic with rubber edges and grips — a must for the occasional drop and for single-handed phone maneuvering (I read a lot of ebooks and browse news sites). And most importantly, I can confidently stand over my tile floor and transfer the phone to my pocket without being overly paranoid of dropping the phone and damaging the phone. Yes, the Speck is slightly more expensive than the Case Mate, however, with someone like me, the case pays for itself if it can withstand a user like myself. If it turns out that the case can’t withstand a user like myself, I will update this review. I hope that this information was somewhat helpful and if you have any questions, please post it in the comments section. Happy case shopping!