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Old 05-08-2016, 10:23 AM
 
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Trying to decide between Caseology Wavelength, Spigen Neo Hybrid, or Tumi(don't know if anyone has heard of that particular one). The Tumi I held at a Verizon store and it felt very nice in the hand. However I want something that is not only going to protect the back and the edges of the phone but the screen as well, preferably between these three. Otterbox commuter and symmetry looks good as well.

Any suggestions on these or others?
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Old 05-09-2016, 10:52 PM
 
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Probably just going to get the Spigen Neo Hybrid. Caseology looks nice, but I don't think the protection is as good, same thing for the tumi which I think is overpriced at $60.
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Old 05-10-2016, 10:22 AM
 
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I do love how people want to get the cheapest cases they can.... for their $600+ phones. I don't think $60 is too much for a case if you like cases.

I speak from experience, not to give you a hard time. Put a $20 case on my wife's $600 iPad. Yea, I broke the screen because the case sucked. Next case was $50 3 years ago. Still have it today.
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Old 05-10-2016, 10:41 AM
 
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I do love how people want to get the cheapest cases they can.... for their $600+ phones. I don't think $60 is too much for a case if you like cases.

I speak from experience, not to give you a hard time. Put a $20 case on my wife's $600 iPad. Yea, I broke the screen because the case sucked. Next case was $50 3 years ago. Still have it today.
The problem is I've known and heard other people speak about expensive cases and say that it doesn't offer any better protection a lot of the time. Sometimes like in the case of the Tumi, it's more about how it feels in the hand and the materials made to make it feel that way than actual good protection. The few reviews I've seen of it says it offers mediocre protection. I've held the case in my hand and could possibly see that.

Also experience is relative regardless. I've known plenty of people who have 15-20 dollar cases and it offers them solid protection. Others not so much. It can be said of both inexpensive and expensive cases.
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