So you have a new iPhone and it is in dire need of some case protection. Well, there are literally tons of cases to choose from on the market and Caseology sent us three of them for us to review for you. Read on for our brief thoughts on the Caseology Titan, Parallax, and Wavelength for iPhone.
Out of the three designs sent to us, this was by far my favorite. It is a bit beefier than the other two designs but I like its stance and while it is bigger it doesn’t add a whole lot of extra girth to the phone. The buttons are nice and tactile and the cutouts are really well done. It’s not a heavy case at all but it is much more rigid than the other two offerings which is what I liked about it. The plastic material on the back also looks a bit like aluminum giving it a nice clean look.
Case installations are pretty easy these days, there’s nothing to just sliding and snapping the phone right into place.
The Titan isn’t rugged protection but it does offer a bit more padding and a better raised lip than the other two Casology cases we reviewed.
I think the price point of $29.99USD is fair and along the same lines as the competition and I think this case offers great protection for the price.
That parallax design on the back of this case is really awesome. I love the optical illusion it creates and it is eye catching. The case itself is much thinner than the Titan and hardly adds any size to the iPhone at all. All the cases reviewed here have inner ridges that protect the phone in case of a fall, even these thinner ones. The buttons here are once again very tactile and feel good in the hand. This case is nice and slim if that’s something that is important to you.
Super easy installation with a slide and snap, not rocket science.
Minimal protection but does protect the front with a raised lip and the corners which is where most drops occur anyway.
The Parallax is priced at $24.99USD which is once again, on par with the competition.
Probably my least favorite in terms of design as I felt the lines in this case collected dust too easy. But aside from that, the same tactile feedback in the buttons remains here and the plastic borders look deceivingly like aluminum. While I don’t like the looks, it is still a well-designed case.
The same as the previous two, slide and snap in place.
Like the Parallax, the Wavelength isn’t going to be rugged protection. This is minimal protection but still decent enough for most users.
Caseology has priced their goods competitively so this makes your choices a bit harder, it will end up coming down to looks for most.
These Caseology cases are great cases and they’re certainly a name you should add to your search list when hunting for cases. They’re well built and have great tactile feedback on their buttons and they have excellent cutouts.Purchase from Caseology