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About this Otterbox Phone Case

  • User-Friendly made with high-quality materials. Silky-soft touch and good grip. The soft inside keeps the back of your phone scratch-free.
  • Highly Protective Raised edges offer extra protection for the camera and screen. Precise Cutouts Easy access to all controls and features


  • Grippy Texture High-quality materials make for a non-slip grip and comfortable holding, pleasant to touch, and easy to clean.
  • Screen & Back protection Slightly raised lips to protect the screen and camera from scratches and cracks; The interior is smooth and will not scratch the back of your phone when you put it in
  • Full Coverage & Flexible Bottom All four corners are durable for high-grade drop protection, and the bottom of this case is flexible, which will make swipe-up gestures much more comfortable and smoother on your phone.

How to Choose a Mobile Case

Case Material The material of the case is the most significant aspect to consider when purchasing a new smartphone case. Different materials provide varying degrees of protection for your device. Smartphone covers are mostly made of three materials: hard plastic, silicone, and cloth.

Hard plastic casings are durable and provide adequate protection against scratches and external impacts. They are, however, not particularly flexible and may not fit well in your hand. Silicone cases are pliable and squishy. 

They provide adequate protection against scratches and external impacts, but they are not very durable. Fabric cases offer the least protection of the three materials. They provide limited resistance against scratches and external impacts. They are, however, incredibly adaptable and will fit well on your smartphone.

As a result, it's critical to choose the sort of cover you'll need to safeguard your phone. Silicone smartphone covers are suitable for everyday use since they provide the least amount of protection while looking amazing on your new device. If you are clumsy and frequently drop your phone, a hard plastic cover will provide the best protection from scratches and external impacts.

Case Design Before purchasing a new smartphone cover, think about the sort of style you want for your phone. There are several smartphone covers on the market, each with a unique style and pattern printed or embossed on it. Beautiful art prints may be found that will add flare to your smartphone. A printed silicone cover is a great option if you want something unique and elegant.

If, on the other hand, you want a professional or official appearance, you can consider purchasing a cloth case or a transparent hard plastic case with no patterns. It is critical to select a case style that complements your personality and style.

Optional Extras There are several smartphone cases on the market that provide extra features like as protection against water, dust, and shocks. If you want a cover that will protect your smartphone from all forms of external impacts, you might consider purchasing one of these cases. 

These cases are often constructed with a strong plastic outer shell and a silicone inside shell. The outside shell protects your phone from scratches and knocks, while the interior silicone layer absorbs shocks if you unintentionally drop it.

Another crucial characteristic to think about is water resistance. Look for waterproof smartphone covers if you want to safeguard your gadget from accidental splashes of water. These cases feature an extra layer of protection that keeps water out of your phone. 

Aside from that, having a rear stand in the case for mounting the phone vertically or horizontally is a plus. Furthermore, the smartphone holding ribbon or stud will allow you to hold your phone for an extended period of time without having your hands sore. So, think about the extra accessories to get the most out of the case.

Final Thoughts Choosing a smartphone case is a straightforward process. It's only that most individuals are unaware of the procedure and are frequently perplexed. After purchasing a few hundred smartphone covers for our friends, we decided to share our method for selecting the finest mobile case. All you have to do is follow these three steps to acquire the greatest smartphone case.

Which smartphone case should I get?

Smartphones today are a lot more utilitarian, compact, and, well, prone to breaking. The main disadvantage of their huge glass displays is their brittleness. In the blink of an eye, scuffs and cracks can appear. In fact, two phone screens crack per second in the United States alone. This amounts to more than 50 million shattered displays every year!

Our cell phones are highly important, and destroying them can be a very painful experience. As a result, the number of phone cases has increased dramatically over the last decade. People spend a lot of money to preserve their phones and don't want to pay for pricey repairs, let alone a new phone.

A phone cover not only protects your phone from shocks and drops, but it also helps your phone stand out from the crowd. They are also a great chance to show off your personal style with a variety of case artwork. With so many patterns available, you're bound to discover one (or several!) that expresses your individuality.

Why Do You Require a Smartphone Case?

Almost everyone owns a smartphone these days. Make yours stand out by using a fashionable phone cover! There is a case for everyone, whether you want a quirky or minimalist look. You may also personalize your case with interesting accessories like Phone Loops.

How to Protect Your Device

Smartphones serve as an extension of one's self! On average, we use them over 100 times every day. They do, however, come at an ever-increasing cost. A phone repair cover is a wise purchase to avoid bothersome and unexpected phone repair costs. It's also worth mentioning that fixing a phone voids the warranty if it's done by someone other than the manufacturer.

Keeping your item in good condition has another advantage: it has a higher resale value. Most people replace their phones every two to three years, and there is a sizable market for old smartphones. A phone in exceptional condition will fetch a significantly higher price.

Why pay for a costly fix when you can just safeguard your phones against drops? Phone protection accessories will undoubtedly pay for themselves in the short to medium term. There's no need to be concerned every time you take your phone out of your pocket: a convenient phone cover may provide you with some piece of mind.

Do Phone Cases Actually Work?

If you're doubtful about the use of a phone case, this experiment may persuade you differently. In certain cases, the iPhone X can withstand a 20-foot plunge. Not bad for a device that shattered after a pocket-height drop in the absence of a case!

No one purposely loses their equipment from such heights, but unfortunate accidents do occur. A simple phone cover might help you avoid such aggravating situations. It's always better to be safe than sorry!

How strong is the phone case?

Different cases provide varying degrees of protection. What is your way of life? Do you work outside, are you always on the go, or do you like extreme sports? If this is the case, a thicker, more durable phone case is a wise investment. If this is not the case, you do not require the added size and weight. There are several thin and lightweight choices that will suffice.

Absorption of materials and shock.

When it comes to stress absorption, certain materials perform better than others. Rubber and silicone, for example, outperform plastic. The latter is more likely to relay the effect rather than halt it before it reaches your phone.

How to Clean Phone Cases of 3 Different Materials: Silicone, Plastic, Rubber.

How did our once-beautiful phone cases degrade so drastically? Because we use our phones every day, they are subjected to environmental conditions such as UV radiation, humidity, heat, dust, friction, and so on. 

As a result, their surfaces are subjected to frequent wear and tear, which might result in stains. Even if there are no obvious stains on your phone cover, it is still advisable to keep your case free of germs and bacteria. This is especially true if your phone is filthier than a toilet seat. Depending on the type of phone case you have, we have listed many techniques for cleaning it:

Cleaning a Plastic or Silicone Phone Case

Begin by putting dish soap and water in a basin for the best approach to cleaning silicone phone covers. When the water is soapy, put your phone case in the basin and soak it for a few minutes. To keep the case submerged, you may need to put a weight on it.

Scrub lightly with a toothbrush to remove stains and clean around the edges. If you come across a very persistent stain, you may also add baking soda. Scrub your phone case until all the dirt is gone, then rinse it in cold water. This technique also works well on clear plastic phone covers. You may then use a microfiber towel to absorb the water without harming your case. We recommend our suede microfiber cloth because it is incredibly soft and has a flat weave that prevents lint or stains from being left behind. Allow the case to air dry for roughly an hour before reinstalling it on your phone to ensure there is no residual moisture.

Cleaning a White Phone Case

If your silicone phone case is white and only mildly filthy, you may use the same approach as described above to wash and dry it. On the other hand, tend to accumulate dirt faster and frequently become yellow or develop visible stains. So, if your white phone cover requires additional cleaning power, combine bleach and water in a basin. Too much bleach can destroy silicone casings, so only a tiny amount should be used. You can dilute one teaspoon of bleach in warm water and immerse your case in it for a few minutes. The bleach should aid in the removal of stubborn stains and discoloration.

Rubber Case for Phones 

Rubber phone cases, like silicone cases, may be readily cleaned with a mixture of dish soap and water. This is the simplest method for cleaning phone cases. Soak the case in soapy water and use a toothbrush to clean around the edges. Then, using a microfiber towel, clean the rubber casing. If the stains on your rubber phone case persist, moisten the cloth with isopropyl alcohol and clean it again. You may also add a little borax to the soapy water and soak your rubber case for an hour. To dry on rubber, always use a flat, woven, lint-free microfiber cloth, such as our microfiber suede cloths. This will prevent streaks and lint from remaining.

Some stains are more difficult to remove than others, particularly in white or transparent rubber casings. If you still can't get rid of all the dirt, make a paste of baking soda and water. Spread the paste all over your rubber case and let it sit aside to cure for a few hours. Then, brush the paste away and rinse your case. Try this procedure if you want to know how to clean rubber phone cases thoroughly.

OtterBox is the best overall choice.

Otterbox has been creating phone covers since 2007, but their case line hits the proper mix between protection and slimness. The case I tested feels excellent in hand and goes neatly into your pocket. In addition, the volume and power buttons on the sides have been elevated, making them simpler to find and push.

According to Otterbox, the case's material has antimicrobial technology that can be effective against some but not all microorganisms. However, this function does not substitute proper hand washing or hand sanitizer. In addition, the symmetry includes a lip that extends over the edge of the screen to help avoid shattering if it falls face down.

The manufacturer does not provide a specific drop protection number but states that the casing can be dropped three times as much as the current military requirement. We haven't done any independent drop testing, but the cover does make the phone seem more secure.

The casing is comprised of a single sheet of flexible, translucent plastic. It only provides minimal protection—imagine drops on carpets or hardwood floors from a short distance—but it won't take up much space in your wallet.

The case's raised buttons, which make them easier to spot in your pocket, and the raised lip around the phone's camera are two other characteristics worth mentioning. Modern phones include a camera bump, so this function assures that yours will not be harmed if it falls flat on its back.

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