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Droid Maxx Case, Cruzerlite Bugdroid Circuit TPU Case Compatible for Motorola Droid Maxx (Late 2013) - Purple

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Technical Details
Item Weight68 g
Product Dimensions15.5 x 8.3 x 1 cm
Item model numberDMaxx-Circuit-Purple
Colour purple
Additional Information
Date First Available30 September 2015

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Amazon.com: 4.2 out of 5 stars 723 reviews
79 of 79 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Case! 8 October 2013
By Israel Kendall - Published on Amazon.com
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This case fits my Droid Maxx very snug and the phone feels protected without adding much bulk at all. Plus it looks awesome!

-Update- I've dropped my phone a few times now from just above waist high onto a concrete sidewalk each time. No damage to my phone whatsoever and can barely notice a scratch on the case either. This case provides great protection!

-Update 8/12/2015- It's been almost 2 years now since I put this case on my Droid Maxx. I've lost count of how many times I've dropped it over the past couple of years, but the case has barely a scratch on it and the phone itself is still in perfect condition. Anyways, I was just marveling over the protection this little skin has provided my phone over the years and decided I should drop an update.
47 of 48 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent protection with little bulk 27 December 2013
By Riku - Published on Amazon.com
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I've had this case for about a month now.

Snug Fit
Rubbery texture on back provides good grip in hand
Case does not interfere with Motorola Touchless Commands. (I've used another case, and the touchless controls became less responsive. Perhaps the other case covered the microphone or was too thick for its own good?)
Does not interfere with Wireless Qi Charging

Slightly interferes with protective Screen Films. I've noticed that occasionally, the edges of the screen protector I use come up around the edge, next to the phone case. I didn't have this problem another phone case I was using. I flatten it out and it's back to normal. Minor inconvenience, but I thought I'd mention it.

I would recommend this case to a fellow Droid Maxx user.
47 of 50 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars DROID Maxx (August 2013 release) 5 November 2013
By Larry Musgrave - Published on Amazon.com
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Fits the Droid Maxx great and allows increased phone protection from drops, bumps and bangs. Also does not add much by way of size or weight and still allows my 13 year old daughter to carry the phone in her "skinny jeans".

It's not as energy absorbing as something like an Otter Box, but it also doesn't turn your light weight and thin phone into a brick. It's a fantastic compromise between protection and thin profile.

Update: We have since added another for my wife and her Droid Maxx. Her Incipio case was falling apart and no longer functioning so we decided to go with what works.

I would absolutely recommend this product.
3.0 out of 5 stars You could do worse. 8 June 2016
By J. Buist - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm noticing a lot of reviews indicate that the buyer couldn't get the case to fit their phone. I suppose it is possible that there is a bad batch of these cases, but I'm more willing to bet that it is user error. Make sure that you've actually got a Droid Maxx and not the Droid Maxx 2 (or Droid Razr Maxx or Razr Maxx HD, etc). I didn't take the time to research all of the major carriers, but I know that Verizon doesn't offer the Droid Maxx anymore. It only offers the Maxx 2, which is bigger.

So if your phone doesn't look exactly like the one pictured in the Customer Images section of this page, yous just up 'n performed botha dem whoopsies and a daisy!

I point that out because when this case is paired with the right phone it will fit like a second skin. It is easy to put on and take off while remaining snug to the phone during use. It's a great blend of silicone and plastic. It is relatively soft and tacky to the touch without being floppy.

Some people might look at its softness and think it's cheap when compared to a hard case. While I'm not a materials engineer, I feel like the material is soft enough to provide a bit of springiness upon impact without being so soft that it makes the phone bounce too much, resulting in more impacts. It is like how a car is safer when it is made of aluminum instead of steel. You WANT the car's crumple zones to absorb the impact so that the precious fleshy riders strapped inside aren't tossed around so violently. Likewise, you want a case to have some softness to it so that it offers more than just scratch resistance. A hard case will just transfer the impact directly to your phone.

I liked the fact that the case provides some level of impact resistance without adding a ton of bulk. With cases it is always a compromise between impact resistance and bulk, and I think this one errs on the side of svelte looks over protection. I had no problem fitting the encased phone in my front pants pocket. The material is hard and smooth enough that it slides in and out of your pocket without sticking to the fabric.

It is also a compromise between impact resistance and functionality. I wouldn't say the cutouts made the buttons difficult to use but I would describe the buttons as less easy to use with the case on. Most importantly to me, the case did not interfere with wired charging (I never tried wireless) or use of the phone in any way (calls, camera, or jack).

This case offers no screen protection whatsoever (side note: my Skinomi screen protector remains good on mine since applying it in 2014).

If I had to pull numbers out of my sunless hole I would give this phone a protection rating of 3/10 and a usability rating of 8 or 9 out of 10. In my experience, as one number goes up the other goes down. If you go for a case that has a high protection rating you may struggle to unlock it and use your phone unless you fumble with the latch, swing the cover open, struggle to get the unnaturally thick screen cover to recognize your touch, chant the password just right, while using the phone while facing north, during a month with the letter 'K' in it, and the planets are aligned in such a way that when viewed from a particular vector it vaguely resembles the face of Jesus's third son... and even then it's unlikely that you and the person you're talking to can hear each other clearly through the state-of-the-art suffocation layer. But I baby my phones so I gladly take usability over protection. My Maxx has been dropped less than a dozen times, mostly from off of my bed and onto a hard, carpetless floor. My mom said she dropped me about the same number of times when I was an infant and I turned out fine.

This case has my idea of the perfect ratings, so why only 3 of 5 stars?

Let's face it: at this price point you're looking at a case that can't do better than 4 out of 5 stars. It may be the best trailer in the park, but it's still just a trailer. The only way a case could earn a 5 star rating is if it strives to remain thin while offering superior protection, was waterproof, had valid and reliable statistical evidence to show the number of newtons it could fend off, retained usability, was as sexy as you, the reader, and came with a warranty.

This case has none of that.

I took off a star, in part, because I made the mistake of buying the clear color. I love the look and touch of a naked Maxx and was hoping that the clear case would allow some of its design to shine through. Instead it just made the design look muddy and cheap. Worse yet, the clear case is not ashamed of letting you and your neighbors know that it is a hoarder. Anyone could watch as the case slowly collected and deposited pocket lint into its edges. The result is that it looks chintzy and requires maintenance. Opaque cases collect their muck like civilized folk - privately.

And it still adds some bulk to the phone. It's not much, but it is there. So when I took the case off of my phone to clean the lint out I rekindled my love affair with the phone's natural design and have ridden it bareback ever since. It just feels so much better.

In my mind this case performs and looks better than my sister's gaudy glitter-encrusted pink "I'm nearing 40 but still want to pretend that I'm a princess" very hard plastic with no impact resistance whatsoever $30 case. You could do a lot worse than spending your cash on this case.

Again, I take really good care of my phone, so I consider a case to be optional, but if I had to buy a case I would reconsider this one. I'd just stick with classic black and maybe add a little paint to the engravings of the design for my own little flair. Maybe if I did that the first time it would still be on my phone and it would earn 4 stars.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Protects well, but interferes with wireless charging 12 August 2014
By John Lewellen - Published on Amazon.com
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Pros: Protects well, has a texture / surface tackiness that is a good compromise between "grippy" and "slides easily into a pocket", interesting design on the case

Cons: Interferes with wireless charging; cutouts for buttons can make them more awkward to use.

Generally, I like this case. The grippiness is about perfect, it fits snugly, and it does a good job at protecting the phone. The design on the back is interesting and yet subtle enough.

However one, of the features I really like about the Droid Maxx is the ability to charge wirelessly with Qi-format chargers. A previous case I had, from Diztronic, did not interfere with the charging process. Ever since I put on the Cruzerlite case, however, I have had a problem with the phone's ability to maintain sync with Qi chargers. This behavior has been consistent across several "puck" styles as well as a Tylt cradle, and removing it from its case resolves the problem, so I'm pretty sure I know where the problem is coming from. This is unfortunate, as otherwise this is the favorite case I've tried for the phone.

Something you may or may not care about: on this case the buttons are exposed through cutouts; other styles of case are solid and have little bumps you push on to push the buttons. I personally prefer the latter, but this isn't a strong preference on my part and both approaches have their merits.