InvisiShield + Hard Case?

aftnine

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Anyone OCD like me and have thoughts about doubling up your protection? I figure I can install the InvisiShield and then throw a case on my phone when I'm out and about, but when I feel like taking off the case I still have some protection for my investment.

I've been looking at Agent18, SwitchEasy, ArtWizz, and Seidio. I know most cases are tight so which one do you guys think would have that room for a slightly thicker iPhone from the InvisiShield? Anyone else thinking about this or tried it?
 

sl0ppyshat

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Anyone OCD like me and have thoughts about doubling up your protection? I figure I can install the InvisiShield and then throw a case on my phone when I'm out and about, but when I feel like taking off the case I still have some protection for my investment.

I've been looking at Agent18, SwitchEasy, ArtWizz, and Seidio. I know most cases are tight so which one do you guys think would have that room for a slightly thicker iPhone from the InvisiShield? Anyone else thinking about this or tried it?
Full body shields and hardcases will not work together. Hardcases are design to fit the dimensions of the iPhone as is without any other type of cover on it.

However rubber cases will work. I am currently using Incase Rubber sleeve and Best skins ever Full body cover. The full body cover makes the rubber sleeve fit super tight.
 

aftnine

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Full body shields and hardcases will not work together. Hardcases are design to fit the dimensions of the iPhone as is without any other type of cover on it.

However rubber cases will work. I am currently using Incase Rubber sleeve and Best skins ever Full body cover. The full body cover makes the rubber sleeve fit super tight.
how's the incase cover? i hear that the rubber starts to stretch after a while and eventually becomes really loose. :(
 

Marianne

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how's the incase cover? i hear that the rubber starts to stretch after a while and eventually becomes really loose. :(
that is 100% true - i am on my second incase cover after getting a warranty exchange on the first one, and it's stretching out as well. i like the coverage and grip it offers, but it's just not worth it for how much it stretches out. iqase has a similar style skin but in silicone so that it should not stretch out like the incase - i'm thinking of ordering one to try it out...
 

aftnine

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that is 100% true - i am on my second incase cover after getting a warranty exchange on the first one, and it's stretching out as well. i like the coverage and grip it offers, but it's just not worth it for how much it stretches out. iqase has a similar style skin but in silicone so that it should not stretch out like the incase - i'm thinking of ordering one to try it out...
yeah i've seen that. my only concern with these rubber cases is that they seem to be a magnet for dust, hair, and other particles. anyone know if the iqase has this problem?
 

sl0ppyshat

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that is 100% true - i am on my second incase cover after getting a warranty exchange on the first one, and it's stretching out as well. i like the coverage and grip it offers, but it's just not worth it for how much it stretches out. iqase has a similar style skin but in silicone so that it should not stretch out like the incase - i'm thinking of ordering one to try it out...


oooo...thats a nice one ! if you do get it , let us know how it is :laugh2: