iPhone 6 Case Review: X-Doria Defense 360

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EverythingApple

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XY024 iPhone 6 Case, Benuo [Blade Series] Ultra Thin iPhone 6 Case ... http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NPSQMHE/ref=cm_sw_r_udp_awd_BIIDub1SV9XBF
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The case is nice. But, it only offers scratch protection. I'd be scared to drop my iPhone in this case. It covers all edges of the iPhone thereby getting rid of the lines of current screen protectors. It only comes with a one year warranty. I tried it over my Zagg glass screen protector and it worked, but not as well as if it was off. The inside of the front screen protector has a slightly rough surface probably like the consistency of the sticky side of s screen protector. I like it but don't want to lose my drop protection or remove my Zagg glass. What a quandary.
 

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When it comes to thin, minimalist cases, I always prefer styles that work with tempered glass screen protectors. The Zagg Glass leaves plenty of room (some would say too much). This must have some serious overlap onto the display.
 

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When it comes to thin, minimalist cases, I always prefer styles that work with tempered glass screen protectors. The Zagg Glass leaves plenty of room (some would say too much). This must have some serious overlap onto the display.
I am one that feels too much with the Zagg Glass. The front cover is the screen protector.
 
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When it comes to thin, minimalist cases, I always prefer styles that work with tempered glass screen protectors. The Zagg Glass leaves plenty of room (some would say too much). This must have some serious overlap onto the display.
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Oh, I see now. I thought from the photos that it was a snap case on the back alone. You prefer the glass feel over this plastic.
 

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Oh, I see now. I thought from the photos that it was a snap case on the back alone. You prefer the glass feel over this plastic.
I don't know. I like the lack of lines. But don't like the lack of drop protection on the back and sides comparable to my Spigen Clear case. I guess I could remove the Zagg Glass and try this case for a little while. If I don't like it, I'll have the Zagg replaced and reapplied. Idk what to do.
 

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Dropped my phone in first time with Spigen clear case. No major damage, not even a dent. Awesome


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