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Spigen Tough Armor iPhone 6 Case with Extreme Heavy Duty Protection and Air Cushion Technology for iPhone 6S / iPhone 6 - Gunmetal
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- Intense fortification = Dual layers + Air Cushion Technology [U.S. Patent No. D747306]
- Anti-stretch TPU + durable polycarbonate
- 0.7mm lip and 4-point rear guards for front & back panel protection
- Military-Grade Protection MIL-STD 810G 516.6
- iPhone 6 Case Black Compatible with Apple iPhone 6 (4.7") - 2014
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At Spigen, we strive to push the boundaries of design and technology. Our products are crafted and articulated with a mindset on maintaining the highest quality standards for the ultimate mobile experience.
Tough Armor Collection for iPhone 6
The Tough Armor case is MIL-STD 810G-516.6 certified and offers military-grade protection thanks to its dual-layered construction of shock-absorbing TPU and hard PC casing supported by Air Cushion Technology.
- TPU Shell + Hard PC case.
- Certified MIL-STD 810G-516.6 military-grade protection.
- Air Cushion Technology protects corners against drops [U.S. Patent No. D747306].
- Cutouts made to fit most cables.
Meets or exceeds MIL-STD 810G-516.6 standards for intense fortification.
Raised Bezel Protection
A raised lip offers protection for both screen and camera on flat surfaces.
Imprinted and indented button covers are easy to feel and press.
Large Port Cutouts
Port openings are crafted precisely to fit many kinds of different cables.
|GLAS.tR SLIM Glass Screen Protector||AP12T Universal Car Mount||Slim Armor||Ultra Hybrid|
|Compatible Accessories||Shield your screen with our GLAS.tR SLIM glass screen protector without compromise.||Using one-touch technology, easily drive hands-free with the best driving companion.||Colors: Gunmetal, Metal Slate, Champagne Gold, Electric Blue, Mint||Colors: Crystal Clear, Gunmetal, Black, Mint, Space Crystal|
The Tough Armor case for the iPhone 6 provides impact absorption while staying less bulky than other protective cases. The dual layered build of flexible TPU and hard polycarbonate come with protective features such as Air Cushioned corners and an interior spider-web pattern.
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Because protecting the screen should be the #1 priority for a case described as "Armor," one that puts more effort into protecting its own backside than into protecting the screen is a 1-star affair in my opinion. Simply put, a case that does not protect the screen well is a case that has no use for me. Sad too, because this is a good case, otherwise (though at the current price point of $30, it's much less of a deal than it was at $15).
TL;DR: Spigen has put more space between the back of the case and whatever surface you lay it on than the screen and that same surface. If the case costs $30 but a replacement screen costs $150, that seems to be backwards on the priorities.
EDIT: (Warning, fairly "OCD" comments coming) Following a comment by John Vajda, I took one more look at the case (before sending it back). Here's what I believe is going on: Spigen has provided a pretty generous rubber "lip," but this lip meets the iPhone 6 screen where it's already curved downward. Since the screen continues to "bulge" outward, this results in much less protection at the center. A sewing needle will actually fit in under the screen at the very edges, just not the center. Spigen states 0.6mm, but this does not seem to be the actual space at the center of the screen. Since that's already a fairly small space, so to have less at the center raises issues, since I want the entire screen protected well. I still think this is a design flaw, not poor workmanship, however. The case is really nice and were it not for the lack of space between the screen and any surface (when laid face down), I would have happily continued using it. As it is, however, I sent it back and will wait until it becomes clear that Spigen have added more room on the front. (Personally, I think the little feet on the back of the case are pointless, and should instead be on the front, but I'm no manufacturer of cases, so there might be some issue I don't know about.)
EDIT 2: (Some) people seem to be cranky about the fact that I rated a case so low for such a specific piece (85% seem to appreciate it, however). As I've said, the screen is the single most important piece of the entire phone, so it should get adequate attention. If Spigen ever addresses this in a future iteration of the case, I will happily revisit this review and change the stars to something in line with the changes.
EDIT 3: Several comments to the effect that this is whining "because screen protectors." They're certainly a good idea, but I guess those with them have never watched their friends drop an iPhone from chest-high and see all that spidered glass. but hey, the screen protector guarded against scratches, so there's that (definitely go for tempered glass to guard against drops). Still the review is on the case itself, no? I'm not interested in "It's great protection against damage... after I buy additional protection against damage."
The fact that the buttons become huge squares, makes it easy to operate. It is also very slim and fits perfectly in my pocket.
I was out for a case that would protect my phone. I dropped it once, and it hit on the side of the cover. I saw it fall, and the screen itself didn't touch the ground. But the side was hit with enough pressure, and the case did not disperse the force, but instead the screen shattered.
In the picture you can see where the crack originated in the lower right side of the phone.
1. My daughter has one a lot like it and it has held up well.
2. I liked the color
3. I wanted a kick stand for my phone.
Unfortunately it didn't live up to its expectations with my first and third requirements. The iPhone 6s is too heavy to really be held properly by the included card kickstand. The slot tends to be a bit too loose. The other thing that happened is that the case broke on the bottom of the card slot right by where the Spigen logo is. The phone and case were never dropped from a height exceeding 1-2 inches for setting it down. The case was never removed except for the photo I wanted to take of it. It just broke from the repeated stress of of going into and out of my front pocket.
Because of its failure in less than a month and a half of use I would not recommend this product which is unfortunate because it really is a striking blue color that I like.