X-Doria Engage Form iPhone 4/4S Case Review

X-Doria Engage Form iPhone 4/4S Case

Recently I reviewed the X-Doria Defense 360, and today I take a look at another product from this same company in this hands-on X-Doria Engage Form iPhone 4/4S Case Review. The woven shape of the Engage Form case, which is available in either black or silver, is simple, yet attractive. It is lightweight, sturdy, and easily snaps securely onto your iPhone.

Overall I found that the xDoria Engage Form case hit the sweet spot on many levels, including protection vs. bulk. I don’t often drop my phone, so I don’t need bulky heavy duty protection, yet the recently reviewed Defense 360 was just too light for my comfort. The Engage Form hit the right balance as it was quite thin and light, yet sufficiently strong to protect the phone in case of occasional accidents.

Likewise, I don’t like a case that is very smooth and slides right out of my pocket, nor do I like one that is rubbery and sticks too much. Again the texture of this iPhone 4 case provided just a gentle amount of grip–the perfect amount to keep it from sliding out of my pocket when I’m sitting in a recliner.

X-Doria Engage Form iPhone 4 Cases

Engage Form combines a custom shape with a unique woven finish to create a one of a kind look and feel. Our lightweight yet sturdy one piece design snaps on easily and securely to protect your iPhone from scratches. Lightweight durable material with smooth matte finish provides an easy grip making all ports and multi-display accessible.

Overall this case is strongly recommended because it reaches a terrific balance of size, weight, protection, and price that will be ideal for many people. X-Doria Engage Form iPhone 4/4S Cases are available for $24.99 each at X-Doria.com. These cases can also be ordered in Black or Silver for $24.99 at Amazon.com. (Our review sample was black, and it would be the color I would order.)

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Ryan Cooper

About Ryan Cooper

Originally from Chicago, Ryan currently lives in San Diego, California. He has a Computer Engineering degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has worked at a range of high-tech companies from research powerhouse Bell Laboratories to leading semiconductor companies and Silicon Valley startups.

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