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HitCase promises to protect iPhones from shock and water while making them useful as action cameras, We put one to the test with a 35 mph drop.
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Because of its accidental-damage coverage plan, the Cellhelmet iPhone case has a steep price. But if you prefer peace of mind from damage over price and aesthetics, it's worth considering.
Musubo's Ripple case for iPhone 4/4S will attract some people with its design, but unless you're the type to polish your case daily, better stick to darker shades or move on.
While it's fairly costly and requires an included adapter for headphones, the LifeProof is arguably the best tough iPhone case on the market.
With its protruding bottle opening mouth, the Headcase Bottle Opener Phone Case for iPhone 4/4S isn't for anyone seeking a low profile. It is, however, a usable tool for a very specific purpose.
Though the bamboo aesthetic looks cool, this XA Wireless Vortex case is too fragile and keeps breaking.
The idea behind the MoGo Talk XD is clever, but we don't think the features fully justify its retail price.