- Size (LWH): 7.1 inches, 4 inches, 1.1 inches
- Weight: 3.2 ounces
Trident Aegis Series Case for Motorola Moto G - Retail Packaging - Grey
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- Fits Moto G(tm) By Motorola(r)
- Slim & Lightweight
- Shock-absorbing Silicone Inner Layer
- Hardened Polycarbonate Outer Layer
- Slides In & Out Of Pocket With Ease
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|Compatible Phone Models||Motorola Moto G||Motorola Moto G4 / G4 Plus||compatible with Motorola Moto G (3rd Gen)||Moto G4, Moto G4 Plus, Moto G Plus, Moto G|
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Top Customer Reviews
The case comes in two pieces - a flexible rubber-feeling grippy piece and a harder plastic shell that goes around the rubber case. The hard shell makes it easy to remove from your pockets, the grippy rubber inside makes it easy to hold without dropping. The buttons and holes all match well to the phone. The case fits snugly to the body on the phone. It has a nice lip in front of the face of the phone so putting the phone face down won't scratch the face on flat surfaces. It doesn't make the phone very big, but feels like pretty good protection. The case is priced very competitively.
The rubber bits that fit in the headphone and USB plugs don't fit snugly inside the ports and leave space around the rubber body. The plug bits don't stay inside and come out too easily and the space between gets filled with gunk. The hard shell on the back doesn't have a piece of rubber, so on its back the phone will slide on hard surfaces.
The thin plastic screen protector is just as crappy as those used by other case manufacturers. When applying, the screen protector is equally good at picking dust out of the air as adhering to the screen. Once they have a spec of dust on them, to remove the bubble, you have to remove the dust - but it is impossible - blowing/touching adds more dust, wiping the screen protector with the provided cloth ruins the piece of plastic.
I've found a way to apply these irritating screen protectors. I ruined three of the stupid protective sheets before I found this method and it worked like a charm.
1. Go into your bathroom, run your shower to take dust out of the air. Clean off the phone.
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I just got a Motorolla Moto G, and needed a case to protect my investment, and based on my experience with the Trident Aegis case for the Galaxy SII, I went with the same make/model case for my Moto G.
I'm not as excited for the Trident Aegis case for Moto G, but I am happy with my purchase. Below are the pros and cons of the Trident Aegis Galaxy SII case vs. Trident Aegis Moto G case;
- Moto G case is easier to get the phone/silicone into the hard outer case. I struggled with this on my Galaxy SII as the outer case was so tight I couldn't get the phone/silicone into it without hitting the power and volume keys, which would take me to the Android bootloader.
- The Moto G silicone piece is slightly stiffer, which I feel will be better for impact resistance.
- The new Trident logo looks better than the old logo
- The silicone Trident seal is missing from the back of the phone. I felt this was a great feature on the Galaxy SII case as it assisted in preventing the phone from sliding around on surfaces. The new Moto G case seems to be directly competing with the Otterbox Commuter by doing away with this feature and going for a smooth one piece outer case.
- Also missing on the Moto G case are the cutaways on the back shell exposing thick silicone bumpers for the corners. Again, the case seems to be trying to emulate the Otterbox Commuter.
- The tabs for the silicone that covers the charging port and headphone jack are no longer pulled through the outer shell. To me this feels cheaper and almost negates the purpose of these covers to keep out debris.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The best case money can buy for this phone as far as I can tell. This has saved my phone from cracked screens so many times, and has the additional advantage of sitting perfectly... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is an awesome phone case for my Moto G 1st Gen. I have never had a problem with it. It has protected my phone from every kind of ding, fall, and drop, and is easy to take on... Read morePublished 5 months ago by FirenzeClark
This was not the easiest case to instal on my phone but once I got it installed correctly it really keeps my phone safe. Read morePublished 8 months ago by k4
One of my favorite phone cases that I've ever owned. It fits the buttons well and is cut-put adequately in the right places. Read morePublished 8 months ago by ktak
Protects phone fantastically: have dropped my phone onto hard surfaces multiple times and no problems. Read morePublished 9 months ago by P. Welch
This fits my Moto G (1st gen) perfectly. I've had a few drops since installing the case and the phone is just fine.Published 10 months ago by MJM
It fits very good. Covers both the audio and micro-usb ports, which you can easily peel back to insert them. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jonathan Barnes
This is a very sturdy case. It really does a good job protecting the phone.Published 11 months ago by David Galli