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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

iPhone 7 Plus Rose Flower Case

iPhone 7 Plus Rose Flower Case

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
This case is dual layered impact so it is not only eye catching, but very well built. It will definitely protect your phone if dropped. All the cut outs line up perfectly and have not had a problem plugging in a USB cable. It feels light and doesn't add bulkiness to the phone. The case extends past the camera and the screen, so if you drop it on a flat surface you're guaranteed to have the case hit rather than exposed phone. Quite comfortable to hold and feels secure while holding.

KEY FEATURES
-Dual Layer Design: Anti-scratch optical clear back panel + TPU bumper.
-Buttons are VERY easy to click: The power and volume buttons are covered by the case, and are being easy to press.
-Shock Absorption: Dual Layer Design with TPU Bumper for drop protection, Beautiful and Protective
-Precisely cut out : All ports are precisely cut out, the ports and openings are in the right spot; Also the case has riased lip on the front , which will protect the phone screen.
-Slim, Not Bulky: It feels light and doesn't add bulkiness to the phone. You do not need to remove the case to charge it.
Growing up, I mainly used Apple computers. All the schools I went to used them, and when I got serious about Yearbook Journalism/ACTA, Mommy bought me a Macintosh Performa 400 for home, so I could work on the layouts at home, sort of like ‘homework.’ (which came in handy when she got sick and I couldn’t stay after school, like Mrs. Setzer asked. However, Mrs. Setzer was AWESOME about it, unlike Mrs. Jenkins… but that’s another rant for another time)

About 1996, I switched to Windows, MAINLY for financial reasons. The Performa was dying a slow death, with the color battery only working 50% of the time, meaning some days my screen was in color. Some days, I had a monochromatic screen. So I went to a Packard Bell Windows 95 system… and back in those days, things WEREN’T very capable of working ‘cross-platform,’ which I found out the hard way when doing PR for the Drama Club/Choir production of South Pacific. Wasted 2 hours at home, making the program… just to have to redesign it using PageMaker 6.x on the school’s Apple Machines. (Only good thing about that was I got to skip a whole day of classes for PR work!)

But I always loved the Apple ecosystem. To me, it was just simpler, cleaner, polished… to sum it up, more efficient than Windows’ cluttered file system.

My last Apple product was an iPod Touch 4th Generation. I bought it, thinking at the time, I could use it as an iPhone without the insane lengthy contract. But that was not happening, because I didn’t realize WiFi was NOT the same as cell waves, and it wouldn’t work without wifi. After that experience, I switched to the Android OS, and I have been VERY happy since.

Before I bought my Samsung Galaxy S5, I toyed with returning to Apple by buying an used iPhone 5S or 5C, whatever was cheaper. I was going to buy it simply for the improved camera sensor, which may have been the same as the Motorola Photon Q, but the iPhone had the Stabilizing sensor. However, I then found the Samsung Galaxy S5, which had double the megapixels… and as a blogger, I need as many pixels in my photos as I can afford.

So, when I recieved this, I really had no use for it. But, I will try to review it the best I can.


^^case still in wrapper^^

That being said, I really cannot test how well this case works. It seems durable, as it’s made from hard plastic. It doesn’t bend or crack while trying to twist it. I like the gold accents the case has on the volume rocker and the power button. There is a TPU bumper that runs along the case, so it’s flexible along the buttons and ports.


^^case taken apart, showing the two pieces^^

The Anti-scratch back panel lives up to its name. Mama Melissa took our box cutter to it, and the design was NOT scratched on either side. Actually, I didn't see ANY scratches.

If I had an iPhone 7, I’d actually more than likely use this, since the case itself is clear, which means I could decorate it MORE by putting a picture of my choosing behind it.

I really don't think disabled people will have trouble with this. It looks like it just slides and snaps on.

This is available from Amazon for $7.99.

FINAL THOUGHTS
Good construction, but I'm not an iPhone girl.
STARS: for design and construction, UNKNOWN for durability
WOULD RECOMMEND: Based on design and construction, Yes

**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**

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