iPhone 6S case, Diztronic USA Full Matte Teal Flexible TPU Case for Apple iPhone 6 - Retail Packaging - Matte Teal Blue
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Diztronic Full Matte Teal Flexible TPU Case for Apple iPhone 6 - Retail Packaging Custom Fit for the Apple iPhone 6 (4.7" Model) Teal Opaque TPU with a High Gloss Non-Slip Finish Easy to Press Molded Power Button & Volume Rocker Lay-On-The-Table Design Helps Protect Display from Damage When Placed Face Down Thin and Lightweight - Weighs Less Than 1 Ounce and Only 1.6mm Thick! Product Description Color: High Gloss Pink Slip your Apple iPhone 6 into this custom fit Full Matte Black TPU Case by Diztronic and experience the peace of mind of knowing your investment is well protected. Flexible, yet stronger and more durable than silicone, TPU offers excellent shock absorption and abrasion resistance while maintaining a thin form factor. The raised wrap-around edges make for a "lay-on-the-table" design that helps protect the glass screen from damage. Easy to install and remove.
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I looked at so many different cases for my new iPhone 6. I read Amazon/Newegg/CNet reviews, watched YouTube reviews, and I couldn't find the case that was just right for me. All I was looking for was something simple, functional, still slimming, and not $75. Then I stumbled upon this case, oddly on some random website's "best iPhone 6 cases" article, and it looked like exactly what I was looking for. So I checked it out here on Amazon, and everyone was just raving about it.
For $10, seriously, how could you not pull the trigger? So I did, and I got it today, and I have to say, I am absolutely ecstatic about this case. It feels great in your hand, doesn't add much to the size or thinness of the phone at all, and was a breeze to put on. I combined this case with a TechArmor HD screen protector, and for $16 I got all around protection.
So, in closing, I am absolutely super happy with this case, and would recommend it to anyone. And Diztronic, knowing what I know now about how great this case is, I would have glady paid $20, not $10.
Hope this review helps out someone else just like me.
First, as many reviewers have noted, there's a spot on the bottom of the case from where the injection molding takes place. It's not a big deal, but it's still a blemish, so if you're a detail-oriented quasi-neurotic person (and hey—a lot of us Apple people are), it might bother you. Diztronics says this is just the nature of the beast with injection molding, but no mark was visible at all on my previous Belkin TPU case for my iPhone 5S, or on the Incipio NGP polymer case I used with my iPhone 4S.
Second, the case is designed for the iPhone 6, and because the iPhone 6S is slightly different, that means there's an alignment issue. Specifically, the case can slightly cover up the microphone jack since. In an email to me, a Diztronic rep said, "If so, the 6s is every-so-slightly different from the regular 6. Not enough to warrant us making two different cases, but enough that it might change where the cut outs line up by mere millimeters. The owner of Diztronic has been using this on his iPhone 6s however and has had no problems with the microphones or speakers or anything like that. If he did, we definitely would've remedied this."
Because it's flexible TPU, the case shifts a little—sometimes covering up the microphone hole more than others. And I did some testing and did find small changes in audio quality depending upon the alignment of the case. Frankly, this is something Diztronic could fix just by making the cutoff a little bit larger.
These aren't huge issues. This isn't a bad case. I think it'll adequately protect my iPhone from day to day wear and the occasional short drop, and that's the most important thing. But I bought this case and paid the slight premium over the various eBay Chinese knockoffs because fit and finish are important to me too, and it disappoints me there. The email response from the company also disappointed me a little. Don't get me wrong; it was very polite, friendly, and cordial, but the message was clearly, "It's fine so suck it up."
I'd probably bump my review up to 4 stars if Diztronic
1) Made the cutout a little bigger
2) Specifically said this is an iPhone 6 case only, and marketed the new case as iPhone 6 and 6S compatible, while changing the product description here to iPhone 6 only (even if they don't think this is necessary)
3) Put a comment about the molding process in the product description. Clearly lots of people (like myself) aren't reading the detailed reviews enough to know that this is going to happen. Be upfront about it in your description and/or photos.
If you don't need a flashy case with leds, battery packs and other things sticking out of it but want protection for your phone, this is the case you're looking for. Big enough to take a hit but form fitting enough to forget it's even there.
The minimalist design is perfect. It is simple and professional-looking (the black colour case). In addition, it doesn't add much mass to the phone so it slips easily into pockets and offers enough grip from its matte surface so that it is unlikely to slip and fall out (provided you take the proper common-sense precautions of course).
At the same time, all corners of the bezel (including the bottom) are throughly covered, and the moulded buttons are delightfully tactile and easy to push.
Headphone jacks may or may not plug in properly with the case on depending on the thickness of the circumference of the moulding behind the tip of said headphone jacks. I personally have not had any problems and neither should you unless you are using, say, monitor headphones like the sennheiser hd 515 which I know has a thickly coated area directly behind the jack tip and definitely will not fit while the case is on.
Some users apparently take issue with the lip being too thick, but for me personally, I have no trouble hitting the 'P' and 'Q' keys (maybe it's because I have delicate artist's fingers.) Not to mention I prefer to have the phone front just a bit elevated when placed face down on a surface.
I have zero complaints because I knew exactly what I wanted and what to expect when hunting for phone cases. It's a matter of personal preference. This case will not do much if you anticipate dropping your phone into a pool full of sharks with lasers on their heads. For that you're better off with an otter.
This case is a minimalist design which is simple, sexy, and will offer basic protection—which is more than enough for most people who live quiet lives and don't bring their phone with them when longboarding down spiralling mountain roads in California or swimming in shark tanks.