Protection The moshi capto is also military-grade tested and approved. There are even a couple of screen protectors covered here. Plus that should be helpful for wireless charging too. If you just want something attractive that adds some protection, you might not want to deal with two-piece, key-to-open design. The LifeProof Next is a far superior case but it will cost you a bit more. This is what OtterBox was founded on. The front cover acts as not only a wallet but protection.
It is a plastic case and looks it. So not being waterproof is not as much of a drawback as you would think for Otterbox. . Overall, this is a minimalist case and only good enough for minor falls and bumps. Protection LifeProof rates this case at nearly 7-foot for drops.
The new life proof slam is a thinner then the previous but still feels very protective and looks cute at the same time. As usual, though, moshi manages to make some of the best tactile buttons on cases these days. The lightning switch cutout is wide enough to allow any third party cable, and the speaker and microphone cutouts are very well done. Wrap Up A great case for rugged users. I used a hair dryer for about a minute to soften the case just a bit. Slam Design The LifeProof Slam design is another relatively simple looking design without much flair.
This is where my issues come in, despite being more expensive than the average case, it has a few things that make it not worth the cost. Deflecting damage never looked so good. The lip of the bumper does come up over the screen just a bit to protect your screen when the phone is placed face-down. No more than the iPhone Xs Max already is anyway. First of all, it is a slim case and offers excellent protection.
In other words, it does grab greasy fingerprints fairly easily. It does offer up a raised lip on the front, again, good for protecting the screen. If you crack your screen protector and not your phone glass, then its done its job. Overall, another nice simple design, but I would be aware of that black soft-touch material picking up fingerprints. Just insert it into each the divots at the bottom two corners, one at a time, and twist to open. It offers about the same protection from drops as any other glass screen protector.
The case offers great bumper impact absorption as well as corner impact absorption. The bumpers offer good impact absorption as do the corners. Lifeproof or OtterBox: Which has the better set of Features? It does offer a huge amount of protection but you give up slimness with that. Protection The moshi altra case offers up some solid protection. The Lifeproof Fre has the following dimensions: 5.
From the nice bumpers to the squared off corners and the Kevlar rigid body, this is a very protective cover. Despite its bulky size, the case is surprisingly easy to handle. Please to find out more. You actually place your phone in from the back of the front side of the case because of the lip. Like some of the other screen protectors, this one also includes an alignment tool to help get the protector lined up just right.
We completely understand why severe scratching would affect the overall style, and our friendly representatives will be more than happy to set you up with a brand-new replacement. It made me bleed twice trying to open it. Protection Griffin has this case drop rated for 4. There is plenty of protection around the bumper as well as the corners and the lip is wrapped around the front giving it good frontal protection. Several different color combinations are available, typically priced at and , but currently on sale at up to 18% off. It always seems odd that companies would design a tough case with a finish that scuffs easily. Plus that should be helpful for wireless charging too.