3 Cool iPhone 4 Cases for Maximum Protection and Style
I love iPhone cases. In fact, the cuter the iPhone case, better, but of course protection is most important. I had the opportunity to review a few over the past few months. All offer great protection with different forms of style.
Case-Mate Quartet Case
This case is one of the coolest things that I have seen in a while. The case is split into 4 equal pieces of different colors so that you can customize your look. It actually comes with 6 pieces. Color sets available include Sensuous Silk, Rustic Tweed, and Vintage Flannel. The case is designed by Erik Arlen. The pieces slide together and are surprisingly secure once assembled. It’s impact resistant and allows access to all ports.
I get a ton of compliments with this case on my phone. I got the High Contrast set for review. But, I have my eye on the Chantilly Lace set because it has pink in it. They were not aware of my pink obsession. :)
The Case-Mate Quartet Case is designed to fit the AT&T & Verizon version of the iPhone 4. It is available for $34.99. The below video shows how easily it goes together.
NXE Recline iPhone 4 Protective Case
Ever wished that your iPhone had a kickstand similar to the Evo? The NXE Recline Case gives you just that. It is perfect for propping up your iPhone 4 vertically or horizontally for using it as a clock or watching videos, or video calling with Facetime.
The Recline is a solid protective case with a splash of color on the kickstand. The inside of the case is lined with soft velvet-like material to cushion your phone. It also provides access to all the ports. The only problem that I had was that sometimes the kickstand is a little hard to flip out. Other than that, it’s awesome and useful.
The NXE Recline iPhone 4 Case works with the AT&T and Verizon models and can be purchased for $29.99. It is available as a black case with either a red, black, or hot pink kickstand.
Otterbox Reflex Case
Otterbox is known for having the strongest phone cases out there. The Reflex is no exception. It’s a simple design of two pieces that slide together to encase the phone. Certain areas of the case are cushioned for grip. I received a black Reflex case for review, but it is also available in pink, blue, and green. Apparently, they also did not know about my pink obsession. :)
The Reflex case is said to be designed based on inspiration from the crumple zone of a car. It surrounds your phone in a cushion of air for maximum protection.
The Otterbox Reflex Case is available for $44.95.
Disclosure: I was provided a case for review from each company. All opinions are my own.