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Universal Back Cover for iPhone 6
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- Product Group: Wireless Accessories
- Product Type: Mobile Case
- Product Brand: Belkin
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Inspired by some of our favorite street style looks as well as the high-fashion runways, the Belkin iPhone 6 Plus Cases, Wallets and Folios have evolved beyond your basic protection to become the perfect fashion accessory. This folio isn't just about good looks - it also provides reliable protection. Snap your iPhone 6 Plus into the fitted corner clips close the outer cover to protect the front. A soft microfiber inner lining keeps your screen safe from scratches, and integrated magnets keep the cover securely closed. The Belkin Classic Folio iPhone 6 Plus case has a single card slot for your license, business or credit card, so it's great for when you want to carry just the essentials. Now you're ready for anything with one slim and stylish folio. The cover of the Belkin Classic Folio is cleverly designed to not only hold your cards, but when opened, it's also meant to be used as a stand. Prop up your iPhone 6 Plus virtually anywhere and watch your favorite videos, TV and movies completely hands-free. With the same durable construction and thoughtful design details found in all our Belkin cases and covers, the Classic Folio takes sleek protection to a whole new level. The Belkin Classic Folio Case for iPhone 6 Plus comes in vibrant jewel-toned colors with a luxurious, buttery smooth texture. Designed using our thinnest material, the overall profile is incredibly minimalist, giving you maximum protection without adding bulk. Our Classic Folio iPhone 6 Plus Case is designed so that all the buttons, ports and speakers are fully exposed, so you can quickly and easily adjust your volume, plug in your headphones, and connect your charging cable while keeping your case on and your phone fully protected.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
I’ve tried about a dozen iPhone 6 Plus cases since I got the phone - mainly because Otterbox didn’t have a case available for along time.
I finally settled on an i-Blason leather case with credit card holders and a kickstand. It’s held up pretty well to a lot of wear and works great for simple shopping expeditions.
When I saw the Belkin, I jumped at the chance to try it. I love Belkin products and find them to be top quality and long-lasting. (I still regret getting rid of my Tune Studio.) Today, I’ll compare the two cases, since they are similar.
The Belkin case is a solid classic folio, with a sturdy body and surface that repels water. It has a magnetic clasp that snaps the case shut and keeps the phone securely in place.
The spine seems pretty sturdy, too, and I think it will hold its shape. The spine on my i-Blason is starting to wear, flopping the card side around when I use the phone.
The Belkin uses only a few holders for the phone. I was skeptical at first, but the phone held in place. When I want to use the kickstand feature, I have to remove the phone from one of the holds. This is slightly awkward - especially when I forget to put the phone back in before I close it. The case won’t close unless the phone is fully secured.
The i-Blason has a holder that goes around the entire phone - which I like a little better. It protects the phone better - especially from spills. In this, I think the i-Blason is better than Belkin.
The Belkin folio will only hold two cards. No more. It is very minimalist - but this is a good thing. My i-Blason holds multiple cards - about two cards per slot, with three slots. This is fine, but it is easy to over stuff them - especially if you tuck a receipt into the hidden pocket in back (a fourth pocket). The Belkin also tucks the cards further into the slot, so they are much more secure.
The i/Blason kickstand stands on the cards, which is an uneven surface and makes it difficult for the feature to work well.
Where the i-Blason fails on the kickstand Belkin pushes forward with success.
The Belkin kickstand feature works really well - mainly because the Belkin doesn’t hold a lot of cards. The kickstand folds out and sits nicely on the side with the cards. The surface is flat and smooth, so there are no problems with the phone staying upright. The horizontal view is great for games or watching videos and movies. I sometimes use it for typing, too.
The only issue I have with the Belkin is pressing the power button. It’s very difficult when the phone is in the case. This is exacerbated by the fact that the seam of the case came unglued the first time I tried the kickstand feature. I think this was a factory defect and can probably glue it back into place, but it is a pain.
Overall, I think Belkin has made a solid case for the minimalist. People who use the kickstand feature often will definitely like it. If you need to carry a lot of cards, this isn’t the case for you.