Best cell phone cases, holsters & sleeves according to redditors

We found 10,633 Reddit comments discussing the best cell phone cases, holsters & sleeves. We ranked the 4,501 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Cell Phone Cases, Holsters & Sleeves:

u/socialisthippie · 158 pointsr/tifu

IMO everyone should have one of these:

They're so damn cheap it's crazy not to have one around. I keep one at home and in the car. Perfect for situations where you might find yourself facing water damage.

u/IgnoreMyName · 46 pointsr/Nexus6P

100th time I'm recommending this now, Spigen Rugged Armor. Unless you want a briefcase for a case, this is the best case out there imo.

I ordered mine the same day I ordered my phone and couldn't be happier with it, cousin has it too. Looks great, comfortable to hold, power and volume buttons effortless to press, proper cutouts for everything, and phone has been fine dropping it from 5' multiple times (of course, not something you should get in the habit of).

Also recommend this screen protector to go with it as it fits well with the case. Honestly though, as great as the screen protector is, I would opt to go for a glare free screen protector next time. Still, this protector does it's job.

u/12GA63 · 21 pointsr/Nexus6P

I've had this Spigen case for just under a year and I have had no complaints. It grips well, it holds its shape, and, imo, it looks pretty sharp. $12 on Amazon.

Spigen Rugged Armor Nexus 6P Case with Resilient Shock Absorption and Carbon Fiber Design for Nexus 6P 2015 - Black

u/rumilb · 13 pointsr/showerbeer

nah i got one of these

easy to insert and remove my device, and i also get to listen to my podcasts.

u/wordstrappedinmyhead · 13 pointsr/lgv20

I've got this one, no complaints: LG V20 Case, Ringke [Onyx]

u/jbeard0 · 13 pointsr/GooglePixel
u/crunchytacooo · 12 pointsr/oneplus

i really like the diztronic tpu case

a couple friends (who don't know what the OPO looks like) assumed my phone was caseless when they first saw it, its design is that good

u/dandeagle · 11 pointsr/Nexus6P

I can't believe how many people are still bashing the Nexus 6P in this thread, if you have moved on from the phone please unsubscribe from the sub. Wow.

Enjoy your new phone, I recommend a good case, because the phone is quite thin and slippy when cold or when your hands are moist.
This is the one I've used for 2 years -

Spigen Rugged Armor Nexus 6P Case with Resilient Shock Absorption and Carbon Fiber Design for Nexus 6P 2015 - Black

If cases aren't your thing because of the added bulk then check out the dbrand website for a skin.

u/_PM_ME_YOUR_PELVIS_ · 10 pointsr/GooglePixel

I swear by my Spigen

u/hmbmelly · 9 pointsr/SRSWomen

This is super cute.

My phone case has a slot for 3 cards, and this is similar.

This is also decent.

u/Dork-Bork · 9 pointsr/Android

LG G3 reporting in:

u/xSiddeus · 9 pointsr/Nexus6P

I've been using the Spigen Rugged Armor since Thursday. It is slim and has some nice protection and a very good feel in the hands.

u/neverkidding · 9 pointsr/Disneyland


Rainy days at Disneyland are a blast as long as you're prepared. You can look forward to lighter crowds than if it were dry, thanks to most AP's staying home. Bring:

  1. Waterproof ponchos

  2. Extra pairs of socks

  3. Something to keep your phone dry (we used these on our last trip and they worked a treat!)

  4. If you have space in your bag, a towel would be nice to have as well.

    One more word of advice: many rides shut down if there's lightning, even the tram to get back to your car. The downtime usually isn't very long though.
u/gcf1111 · 9 pointsr/GooglePixel

Looks like a Bear Motion

Slim Case for Google Pixel Case - Bear Motion Premium Back Cover for Google Pixel - Sandy (Black)

u/jif963 · 8 pointsr/gadgets

The LG G3 has an extended battery that changes it from a 3000 mAh battery to a 9000 mAh. My brother has one and, yeah, it makes the phone thicker, but it's also a case and lasts 3 days with heavy use.

u/courageousrobot · 8 pointsr/Nexus6P

Don't be lazy, link it! Here, I'll do it for you.

In fact, I'll just link to one of the best tempered glass protectors (as agreed on in that thread and from personal use).

Also, I know you said w/o a case, but here's a really awesome slim case that adds barely nothing to the footprint and feels great in hand.

u/Kyrrin · 8 pointsr/GooglePixel

Love my bear motion, super thin and a very nice texture.

Only minimal protection, though, but I keep a parallax around for days I might risk dropping or damage.

u/Accuratus · 8 pointsr/GooglePixel

The Spigen Rugged Armor Case is a solid choice imo. (not clear though)

u/jagarnaut · 8 pointsr/GooglePixel

I just placed an order for this (Spigen Rugged Armor Google Pixel Case with Resilient Shock Absorption and Carbon Fiber Design for Google Pixel 2016 - Black):

u/PissPosh · 7 pointsr/diabetes

Yeah, those plastic things from the company are lousy.
I've been using this for a few years: It's way less bulky and I never have to worry about it breaking.

u/thinkbeforeyousink · 7 pointsr/oneplus

I got this diztronic case from Amazon, I've dropped my phone quite a few times, even on concrete and it kept it completely safe and unscratched. It also doesn't add that much bulk to it

u/xlaxplaya · 7 pointsr/oneplus

I disagree with a lot of the Diztronic cons. Since when is ten bucks pricey? Also, "substantial" bulk? Really? It adds a couple millimeters to the front, but this is by design. And I definitely wouldn't consider it a "fingerprint magnet". In my experience, fingerprints only occur when my fingers are greasy from food, and they're easily wiped off.

u/Pleasant_Jim · 7 pointsr/news

Not the greatest battery but this and other alternatives exist:

Other than that, its a great phone - literally no other issues with it at all.

u/jmowens51 · 7 pointsr/Nexus

Not sure how slim you want but I've been very happy with the Spigen Rugged Armor.

u/akashik · 7 pointsr/Nexus6P

All I wish was for it to be a little less slippery. I have mine in a case so it's fine, but I pull it out once in a while to clean out the dust (and to marvel at it's beauty). Every time I do I'm sure it's going to launch itself across the room and end up embedded in the wall.

u/captnkerke · 7 pointsr/lgv20
u/avEmonsta · 7 pointsr/GooglePixel

Bear motion sandy case.

Bear Motion

u/clabern · 7 pointsr/GooglePixel

I love my Maxboost case.

Here's a few pics of it on my Pixel. It's very thin, fits well, and has great coverage. There's a small lip over the front to protect the screen. The bottom doesn't have jagged edges to hurt my pinky with the phone is resting on it, and it has a nice "soft touch" finish. It isn't super grippy, but miles better than slick plastic or the metal on the naked phone.

u/lowlife9 · 6 pointsr/Bushcraft
u/txharleyrider · 6 pointsr/diabetes

Nite Ize HipClip - Attachable Pocket Clip For Smartphones

Just ordered this and planning to stick it right on the case. Lots of reviews from pumpers.

u/hell0potato · 6 pointsr/diabetes

I would recommend getting a grifgrips patch or something similar.

I personally keep my receiver in a waterproof bag, something like this:

Also, at least in my experience, when I am submerged in water, the receiver doesn't receive information from the transmitter very often, if at all. So I always make sure I have my meter, too.

u/silenced_no_more · 6 pointsr/running

I run in the rain, unless it’s heavy downpour that would create dangerous conditions or poor visibility. Caution and keeping my eyes on what’s in front of me is how I prevent slipping. I generally slow down a tad bit too. Having good shoes with tread that’s not worn too thin is also helpful.

Ziplock bags, the water proof phone cases they sell for vacations on amazon, or the arm bands that the phone goes inside are good waterproof options

Universal Waterproof Case, JOTO CellPhone Dry Bag Pouch for Apple iPhone 6S, 6, 6S Plus, SE, 5S, Samsung Galaxy S7, S6 Note 7 5, HTC LG Sony Nokia Motorola up to 6.0" diagonal -Black

TRIBE Water Resistant Cell Phone Armband Case for iPhone X, Xs, 8, 7, 6, 6S Samsung Galaxy S9, S8, S7, S6, A8 with Adjustable Elastic Band & Key Holder for Running, Walking, Hiking

u/djdertate · 6 pointsr/oneplus

I have had the Diztronic TPU case for five months now and I love it. Offers good protection and pulls out of my pocket easily.

u/The_Limit115 · 6 pointsr/pcmasterrace
u/MustBeOCD · 6 pointsr/hardwareswap


There's already a dent (bottom right) and wear around the charging port.

You could buy this which is 310$, this which is 25, this for 12, all 6 skins for 63$, and the Slickwraps for 27$.

310+25+63+12+27 is 437, which is almost 100$ cheaper then your asking price (535). (prices in USD)

u/catlatte · 6 pointsr/Nexus

I've had good experiences with Spigen in the past so I went with this one:

It seems like it does the job well without adding too much bulk. Not sure how I feel about that faux carbon fiber look on the back though.

u/Deep4569 · 6 pointsr/Nexus6P

If you want a good case just get the carbon fiber spigen case from Amazon:

I have had this case for about 2 years now and have dropped my phone more times than I'd like to admit and have no dents/scratches on the phone screen. As for a screen protector just get any tempered glass protector. The 6p is such a nice phone hope you'll enjoy it, I just changed the battery recently and probably going to keep this phone till it officially gives out.

u/the-crooked-compass · 6 pointsr/EDC

Pictured (Counter-clockwise):

u/Serinus · 6 pointsr/Android

2 for $8. They're more than adaquate to protect your phone from any amount of rain or dust.

Waterproof can be nice, but it's not like I'm going swimming with my $800 phone whether it says it's waterproof or not.

I've used these on the beach. Probably worthwhile for hunting or dusty work environments.

u/dustinbiebert · 6 pointsr/GooglePixel

This. Fairly thin and good grip but offers great protection

u/dagaetch · 6 pointsr/essential

I just got a Tudia case yesterday. So far I like it. It's a very well made case, with the cutouts perfect and effective. Not a huge fan of the design elements, but whatever. It makes me feel much more comfortable, since the phone is so slippery without it. My only problem (which would be true of any case) is that the ridge around the screen compounds the pre-existing edge detection issues, so that's annoying. Hoping a future update from Essential fixes that however.

u/oberstofsunshine · 5 pointsr/diabetes

It might be easier for him to find a cell phone clip or something in the future when it's hard to find one specific thing.

Something like this works well clipping to clothing but not a wheelchair

u/bulloni · 5 pointsr/knives

I use one of these on my phone hanging inside my pocket for about a year I think. It hasn't failed me yet and i love it. When I wanted to relocate it on the phone I used some ultra super special 3M double sided tape from Homey Depot.

u/clitterati · 5 pointsr/diabetes

I use one of these clips. Works great.

u/gadgetluva · 5 pointsr/Nexus6P

Why not just get one of these and affix to the back of a slim case

CardNinja Ultra-slim Self Adhesive Credit Card Wallet for Smartphones, Black

u/screwyluie · 5 pointsr/LGG3
u/JonnyLH · 5 pointsr/Nexus6P

Looks like a very flimsy and thin case. Would it protect the phone if it was dropped in a potentially screen shattering fall?

I purchased this clear case from Amazon:

Fits like a glove, solid plastic, quite thick but not too thick, and has already protected it. Definitely recommend. Unfortunately, I don't have a camera to take a picture of my camera.

u/rawringbear · 5 pointsr/Nexus6P

Awesome! You'll love it.
Would recommend a case. I really like this one from spigen: Nexus 6P Case, Spigen [Rugged Armor] Resilient [Black] Rugged Armor Ultimate protection and rugged design with matte finish for Nexus 6P (2015) - Black (SGP11797) ...
It's slim and very durable.

I'd also recommend some extra cables. The yoozon are excellent and come in 3 pack of usb-c to USB
Type C Cable, Yoozon® 6.6ft/2m 56k ohm pull-up resistor USB Type C to Type A (USB-C to USB-A) Cable for LG G5, Nexus 6P,Nexus 5X and Other Type-C Supported Devices

Finally. Personally I'd also recommend a tempered glass screen protector.

There are some other cool accessories to look at for VR and stuff, but that depends on your hobbies.

Happy droiding!

u/PrinceMeatloaf · 5 pointsr/Nexus6P

I have This screen protector and it's amazing. Also this case fits it perfectly and looks great!

u/d_faultuser · 5 pointsr/Nexus6P

The Spigen Thin Fit is pretty sweet

u/TIFUbyResponding · 5 pointsr/GalaxyS7

I bought (or received) about a dozen cases for my Edge, and by FAR, this one is my favorite:

If you're looking for ultra tough/durable, they have a Unicorn Beetle Pro, but I'm not a fan of the bulky Otterbox style cases.

Qi charger - Choetech Fast charger -

Screen protector - Haven't found one I liked, and the glass ones ALL suck, but I had a decent time with these -

u/wwereii · 5 pointsr/GalaxyS7

Supcase Unicorn Beetle Pro
Doesn't include a screen protector but the plastic in the front makes it feel much more protected in a 360 way. Also it's not very bulky and feels grippy.

u/anotherDocObVious · 5 pointsr/oneplus

If it doesn't work with the Spigen rugged armor case, then 99% it will not work with the Diztronic TPU cases as well .. both of which i own.

Dang it! :(

u/UpvoteEmperor · 5 pointsr/oneplus

Most covers that aren't "ultra thin" or "snap on" will do the job just fine. I'm using the Spigen Rugged (not Hybrid) case from Amazon and it suits your requirements. It's probably also one of the best covers I've had for a phone.

u/spigotface · 5 pointsr/HydroHomies

The pouch types work well, are cheap, and are pretty universal:

Mpow 097 Universal Waterproof Case, IPX8 Waterproof Phone Pouch Dry Bag Compatible for iPhone 11/11 Pro Max/Xs Max/XR/X/8/8P Galaxy up to 6.8", Phone Pouch for Beach Kayaking Travel or Bath (2 Pack)

u/jeromek · 5 pointsr/lgv20

I love the ringke onyx for this phone. Good grip on the sides, and pretty good durability and protection. I've used mine everyday for a year, and it looks great. Granted I go into an office everyday, and I'm not out on construction sites.

u/TTwoTerror · 5 pointsr/GooglePixel

These cases actually have a sandstone feel to the back similar to the Oneplus One. I had one of these for one of my devices and absolutely loved it.



The point of these slim cases in my opinion is to protect from scratches from in your pocket or sliding across a table rather than dents and dings that you'd get if you dropped the device. I'd recommend this from personal use. It is slim, protective, and aesthetically pleasing.



If you're looking for a quality slim case as per reviews. I'd suggest looking at this case.



EDIT: Added more cases.

u/mbay16 · 5 pointsr/GooglePixel

I second the Spigen rugged armor case. Was recommended to me, and it's a case that is snug, protective, and very good looking. You shouldn't have trouble putting a screen protector on with it either.


u/rckymtnrfc · 5 pointsr/GooglePixel

I really like my Caseology Parallax.

Before that, I had the Spigen Rugged Armor which I liked (the power and volume buttons are the best of any case ever) but it's kind of a boring looking case, which is I why I changed to the Caseology Parallax.

u/elliottmarter · 5 pointsr/GooglePixel

more of a smartphone accessory in general, the Scosche Magic Mounts:

used it with my Nexus 5, 6P and now with my Pixel. I just affix a new pad to the back of my case of choice and I can quickly and easily dock my phone in my car.

oh and I guess I should mention my Spigen case

u/manguuuuu · 5 pointsr/pixel_phones

I got this one and love it. Makes the phone all black and is the thinnest case I've found for the phone. It also has just enough lip on the face of the phone to prevent the glass screen from touching when face down.
Maxboost mSnap Thin

u/astilwell · 4 pointsr/rollercoasters

Recommend one of these on the back of your phone to get rid of the lanyard. You'll be able to fit those 3 cards in there.

Then I'd recommend a small camera bag for everything else. Maybe with a carabiner to clip onto a belt loop.

u/jpierini · 4 pointsr/GalaxyS7

I prefer finding a case I like, like a Spigen Rugged Armor, and then use a lycra/spandex card pocket. Card Ninja is my favorite.

u/Juddernaut · 4 pointsr/Austin

I have one of these. Throw my phone, ID, and one CC in and hang it around my neck. You can take pictures through it and use your phone while it's inside. Haven't found a downside yet.

u/6chan · 4 pointsr/nexus6

I liked that one with the kickstand


u/who_loves_cheese · 4 pointsr/nexus6
u/wylddog · 4 pointsr/Nexus6P

spigen air cushion one

no i didnt have ascreen protector unfortunately... i havent broken a phone in about 7-8 years... its strange as im a welder and you would think it would happen often. alas when my insurance sorts it i will buy a tempered glass one

u/Homsar98 · 4 pointsr/Nexus6P

This one has been amazing for the last year.

u/i_dont_69_animals · 4 pointsr/Nexus6P

Anyone have any idea how the Spigen Rugged Armor compares to this?

I mean, I'm not planning on having any 11-foot phone drops (knock on wood) but this thing looks pretty nifty.

u/slomar · 4 pointsr/Nexus6P

I have this case as well. I'd say it feels similar to a nexus 5. It adds some grip for sure. Makes one handed operation easier.

u/DefinitePotato · 4 pointsr/oneplus

Just go with the Spigen Rugged Armor. It says it is for the Oneplus 3 but it will also fit the Oneplus 3T. It looks like a hard case but it is actually thin and malleable while still offering good protection.

u/polonium9 · 4 pointsr/EDC

The problem with that is you're not going to find what you want.


Any sealed item in a pocket, no matter the job, will inevitably wear down and lose whatever seal it has. The only solution is to get something you will actually enjoy and put it in a case or container that will hold it.


Pelican makes a wallet with a rubber gasket, and a good seal, but something like a phone waterproof bag would be something you could consider. You find them being sold at places like water parks and the like so people can post pics of their 3 year olds looking depressed in a pool. I've seen them work fine in those situations. They're on amazon for around $8 shipped.

u/d00mZ31 · 4 pointsr/lgv20
u/sonfusion · 4 pointsr/GooglePixel

Spigen Rugged Armor -
I have this case and I love it.

u/TudiaProducts · 4 pointsr/essential

Although it has a lot of added texture and is not nearly as minimalist looking as the Arch S design, the TUDIA Tamm is a matte TPU case for the Essential Phone :

At this point we don't have any plans to make Arch S for the Essential Phone, but if there was enough interest... who knows!

u/gab12309 · 4 pointsr/essential

Essential Phone Case, TUDIA Carbon Fiber Design Lightweight [TAMM] TPU Bumper Shock Absorption Cover for Essential Phone (Black)

Just bought this one and I really love it, worth it!

u/Nathan51503 · 3 pointsr/Leatherman

Bought one. Nite-Ize stick on. Been holding up great

Nite Ize HipClip - Attachable Pocket Clip For Smartphones

u/sugarwifey · 3 pointsr/diabetes_t1

Yes! Tandem is awesome. If your cost for G6 is low, switch over. It's awesome to have CGM data right on the pump. I have 3 suggestions for you.

  1. Take the clip it comes with out and stick this one on the case (not directly on the pump): Nite Ize HipClip - Attachable Pocket Clip For Smartphones

  2. Get long tubing. I used the shorter tubing for years before realizing how much easier long tubing is! I have more flexibility when I sleep, go to the bathroom, etc.

  3. Be careful with the touchscreen. After almost a year with this pump, I accidentally pressed the buttons just right when putting it in/taking it out of my pocket and accidentally stopped my sensor. That was super frustrating and highly unusual.

    You will love it! Good luck!
u/nate_dog · 3 pointsr/victorinox

Picked up a promotional Victorinox Spartan and attached a Nite-Ize adhesive belt/pocket clip. One of my biggest gripes with SAKs is that they tend to fall to the bottom of my pocket. This mod keeps the knife in place throughout the day. It also hides the random company logo on the reverse side.

Edit: Here's the link for the clip

u/axlbundy12 · 3 pointsr/TeslaModel3

That thing is HUGE you don’t need all that. Get something like this and condense your life into 4 cards. cubi CardNinja Ultra-Slim Self Adhesive Credit Card Wallet for Smartphones, Black

u/TheWey · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

One of these has always worked well for me while rafting

u/zuiaiqie · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

those cases will be heavy and bulky af. just use those water proof bags like this one. I got one since iphone 4 and it still works perfect now(it's easy to tell when it stops working).

u/burnmail123 · 3 pointsr/GalaxyS7

You can try what I did while filming underwater. Get a pouch, I have similar to this one: Amazon and it works great.

Start filming out of the water and then submerge. It will stay recording without problems.

You can use volume rockers to take photos underwater or to take photos while recording.

EDIT: I found mine, I have YOSH brand, it is just perfect. I bought it after intensive research about underwater cases of all kinds. Here it is on eBay

u/q928hoawfhu · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P
u/NewtonGimmick · 3 pointsr/Hawaii

What about one of those waterproof bags for your phone & car key?

Like this

OR a hard case and carabiner like this

Don't leave anything in the car you wouldn't want stolen. Either leave it at home or carry it with you. Lots of theft around here.

u/Joshposh70 · 3 pointsr/oneplus

Thirded, it's amazing Link for OP

u/Captain_Midnight · 3 pointsr/oneplus

Diztronic is the go-to recommendation. TPU is basically like rubber but more resistant to tearing and puncturing.

They also have a beefier "Ultra" version:

u/sumchinesewill · 3 pointsr/oneplus

The clear case from Oneplus does not really protect the top or the bottom of the phone. It just protects the back and the side and it's slippery as hell.

I would go a diztronic case


and a tempered glass screen protector. The most popular one it seems is Orzly, although I've had issues with it, it seems to be the best one from reviews


There is no cases out right now that will keep the sandstone look unless you get a clear case but it'll still make it look washed out. You can get an aluminum bumper case but it cases reception issues.

u/mehtabg · 3 pointsr/oneplus

I bought the Tudia case when I first bought the phone but I found that it added too much bulk to the phone and caught way too many fingerprints on the glossy back.

I've since bought the Diztronic TPU case and I love it. I would definitely recommend it if you were looking for a matte black case! (Link:

u/LittleHelperRobot · 3 pointsr/oneplus


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u/Cromulator · 3 pointsr/oneplus

I've had two cases so far, The Diztronic case that that has been mentioned, and this one.

The Diztronic I had first since everyone recommended it. It is really well made, fits nicely, its thin, all around great except... it's really slippery. Makes it difficult to use with one hand without it sliding off my palm. Multiple times I almost dropped the phone because of this.

Then I got Tudia case. I wanted something with a little more grip. This one has smooth/glossy border around the sides which kind of 'sticks' to your skin, making it much easier to use one-handed less likely to be dropped. On the down side, it does hold fingerprints around that thin border area. The quality is a bit lower as well, you can see the the lines from the molding process (which you can't on the Diztronic).

Overall, I'm kind of torn. The Diztronic is much nicer to look at, but the Tudia feels safer and makes the phone easier to hold. I'm going to give each more time, but thought I'd share my thoughts.

u/phobiac · 3 pointsr/LGG3

I got mine off Amazon. It really does make the phone a brick. If you wear tight pants or have tiny hands I can't recommend it.

u/RaveDigger · 3 pointsr/LGG3

I use the zerolemon 8500mAh battery pack. It's huge, but I can go a few days between charging.

u/kip256 · 3 pointsr/LGG3

Yup, looks like the rear speaker is kind of covered up. But not fully

u/that_90s_guy · 3 pointsr/nexus6

Not a fan of constantly removing the additional covers, and the transparent corners look strange to me, almost cheap. Prefer the spigen ultra hybrid. I like the more serious finish around the corners and how it's still transparent.

u/CodenameJ · 3 pointsr/ProjectFi

I converted my whole household into wireless charging. I keep the little puck chargers around the house. My wife has an iphone 5s so I converted her phone to wireless charging as well.

The puck chargers I use are the powerbot chargers:

Another charger I use is:

I use this case on my phone:

With that setup it works fine. You do have to line it up pretty close, but once you figure out where that is, it is quick. The key is making sure you have the charger hooked to a sufficient power supply otherwise it will keep disconnecting.

u/Chorazin · 3 pointsr/nexus6

I have this one and I love it. The material is grippy in my hand, seems pretty high quality and males the phone feel better in my hand. And it's cheap!

Nexus 6 Case, Spigen® [Air Cushioned Bumper] Nexus 6 Case Bumper **...

u/psikeiro · 3 pointsr/gamingpc

This is the case I got for it:

u/OnePunkArmy · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

There are lots of TGSP on Amazon for the 6P, and they're all priced quite low too. I got the iVoler brand, but the PLESON brand was basically the same thing at the time I bought it. Also, I just found this when searching Amazon:

As for cases, this is mine:
I have dropped my phone a few times already, and this case is a lifesaver.

u/iMrRemix · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P
u/MCGiorgi · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

I'm using the Spigen Hybrid. No complaints. It's saved my phone from a couple of waste high falls.

u/lexbuck · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

I love this phone personally. For the first couple months it had some lag, camera, and battery issues but those seem to new fixed with recent updates. I came from an iPhone 5s and was nervous as I hadn't used Android for a while and last experience wasn't that great. But this phone is great I think and I actually like it better than any phone I've had.

This is the case I have and I really like it. Didn't add bulk

u/FiV55Sampler · 3 pointsr/Nexus

Spigen [Rugged Armor] Resilient [Black]

Really like it, not a big fan of carbon fiber but it's such a minor part of the design that I got past it.

u/InadequateUsername · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

this is a nice one, they feel nice in your hand, or at least it did when I was holding someones iphone with the same.

I just got the Spigen Rugged for my phone an so far so good.

u/SpicedChicken · 3 pointsr/ProjectFi

I got my wife and myself a Nexus 6P when we stepped over to Fi from T-Mobile. Best decision ever! I couldn't be happier. Oh by the way, we got these cases instead of spending stupid amounts of money on other ones. I thought they were just going to be 2-3 month lasting cases but I am almost a year in and it still feels and looks brand new..

u/adelante82 · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

Spigen Thin Fit! Great premium feel and great grip!

u/Blitzsturm · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

I use a Spigen Thin Fit case which is close enoguh to the natural profile that a DBrand Skin fits over it perfectly.

I use a black carbon skin with red carbon text and camera inlay. Looks fucking amazing, adds very little to the size of the phone and adds a basic protective value.

Check out the skins and see if there's one you like. Another bonus is you can get multiple cases and multiple skins and swap them with minimal effort.

Also if you're into wood grain Toast has some nice looking stuff, but you'd need to put that on the phone it's self since it wraps.

u/Ausvego · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

I bought both of these cases myself, actually. I didn't like the Rugged Armor case, the hole on the back is very small, with steep edges, which makes the angle your finger has to be at to unlock the phone rather unnatural, and hard to reach. I really liked the SUPCASE, the hole on the back is really big, so very easy to unlock, and it's good protection for the phone, as well as the clear back looking nice. It does add a bit of bulk to the phone, so I have opted for another one, a different Spigen case, which is on my phone now. It's a lot better than the rugged armor one in terms of the fingerprint scanner, but still not as easy access as the Supcase. It is very low-profile, though, which isn't a huge amount of protection, but if you're like me, and rarely drop your phone, it's good, and looks nice. If I'm traveling, or in a situation where my phone might be used a little more roughly, I would definitely prefer the Supcase over anything else.

u/Dbug77 · 3 pointsr/GalaxyS7

(I own a S7 Edge)

I currently use Spigen Slim armor, it's protected my S7 from so many scratches however the scratches are very noticeable on the case.

Unfortunately there is not many great glass screen protectors for the S7 Edge, this shouldn't be a problem for the S7, the gorilla glass is great however even a cheap protector could be a lifesaver. (I believe everyone is waiting for the Zagg glass screen protector which should come out in the next two months.)

I'm considering changing case to either this or this

u/barcelona696 · 3 pointsr/oneplus
u/khedan · 3 pointsr/oneplus

Spigen Rugged Armor.

Pros : Minimum bulk, adds grip, easy to install/remove as it's flexible.

Cons : It hides the nice Aluminium back of the phone and logo. But there is the Ultra Hybrid case which is transparent.

Coupled with the Orzly 2.5D TGSP V2. Some people notice the dotted layer on the TGSP, but I don't, at all... Have to make sure that it is perfectly applied and centered so it doesn't interfere with the case.

u/Knollex · 3 pointsr/oneplus

Spigen Rugged Armor. I have the OtterBox too, but the Spigen just feels a lot better. It's cheaper too.

u/Franglais · 3 pointsr/oneplus

I bought it here

Honestly, i'm still using the screen protector provided by One Plus. Haven't found a reason to install the tempered glass yet. :S

u/frostbitex · 3 pointsr/GalaxyS8

what about something like this?

u/pudgewazowski · 3 pointsr/WaltDisneyWorld

I just got back from 10 days there (left 2 days after they reopened from the hurricane!) and in the days leading up, the forecast said it was going to rain every day. It rained one day for a couple hours and that's it!

I go every September, and I've noticed that most of the rain they get are short cloudbursts that don't last long and then it goes back to sunny and hot, so hauling around a rain jacket is unnecessary. Just get a cheap reusable poncho and take it around. Or, get one at the parks. They're $10, but I've used mine every year for the past 4 years! (I also take it on Kali River Rapids in Animal Kingdom)

If it looks like there's going to be a lot of rain, consider wearing some waterproof shoes or slides that dry quickly. If you're like me, there's nothing worse than wet socks and shoes!!!

ALSO, this 2-pack of phone protectors really came in handy for us this year! For $9 you can't beat it! You wear it around your neck in a lanyard and they really do keep water out.

Have tons of fun!

u/rayw_reddit · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

I just took this one snorkeling for a full week:

No problems at all. Phone stayed completely dry.

u/Archanir · 3 pointsr/lgv20

I have the Ringke case and my phone survived being dropped from the back of a moving forklift.

u/clintswift · 3 pointsr/lgv20

I got my phone under the same promotion, I picked up a Ringke Onyx from Amazon.

Its great, it thickens the phone a little bit and makes it much easier to hold.

u/Used_Taco · 3 pointsr/lgv20

This Caseology Parallax is my favorite, followed by this DGtle, this Ringke, and finally this Ringke, though it's a little bulky for my taste.

u/Undergallows · 3 pointsr/Vive

There are covers you can get.

They'll protect against scuffs, but obviously if you smash the thing hard enough you might just snap the plastic. I find the best way to avoid this sort of stuff is to just not go completely wild with my movement. There's also an application called [OpenVR Advanced Settings] ( that lets you customize chaperone boundaries. It lets you adjust chaperone height, which might be helpful in giving you an idea of how high the ceiling is. .

u/Sky_squid · 3 pointsr/pixel_phones

I really like this one from Bear Motion. It's a really minimal case and I like the sandpaper-like texture.

u/dcdttu · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

Bear Motion Case for Pixel - tough and thin and grippy.

u/FRONT_PAGE_QUALITY · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel
u/Iloveenergydrinks · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

I got this one. My pixel survived a nasty fall where I accidently flung my phone which landed hard on my kitchen island sliding off and another forcefull 4ft drop. Not a scratch.

u/RxBrad · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

This has worked really well for me...

Spigen Rugged Armor Google Pixel XL Case with Resilient Shock Absorption and Carbon Fiber Design for Google Pixel XL 2016 - Black

EDIT: Removed the referral code the Android app automatically added (not sure exactly sure what the code does, but....)

u/zackiv31 · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

If you have a Quite Black Pixel this Maxboost mSnap thin case looks phenomenal on it. I have one and it matches the quite black color perfectly. It's also extremely slim and has great grip after ~1 week of use.

u/somanyfountains · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

Bear Motion was my favorite until I found the maxboost one:

I love a minimal case and this one feels premium (super soft to the touch). I love that it has large cutouts for the buttons and camera sensors. I found the bear motion to interfere with autofocus and collect a lot of dust, it also always worried me that that case didn't protect the top and bottom edges of the phone.

u/ns713 · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

Try the maxboost mSnap case from Amazon and the intelliarmour pro series screen protector.

Edit: added links for the smaller Pixel model. Both are available for the XL as well.

u/TofuVic · 3 pointsr/essential

I have tried the TUDIA TAMM TPU Bumper Shock Absorption Cover in Black and am currently using the Incipio NGP Pure Case in Clear.

The TUDIA one is provides a better grip, and it's slightly thicker. The TUDIA one may provide better drop protection, but I'm mostly basing that on the fact that the case is more rigid when it's off and it's slightly thicker. The Incipio one is rated to protect from 3-foot drops. I have read a couple reports about the Incipio NGP case having mushy buttons, but I actually like the way the buttons feel, even more so with the case on than off, in fact.

Another popular case is the Viva Madrid Metalico Flex Clear Back Case. I haven't used it, but based on reports I have read, the case isn't perfect and the Incipio NGP is a better one.

If you want a heavy-duty case, similar to Otterox, check out the (Incipio DualPro)[]. I originally ordered that, but decided to cancel the order because I wanted a clear case so I can see the phone in all its glory. One thing to note with clear cases is that they may turn yellowish over time; I don't know if that's the case for Incipio cases, but that's somewhat typical of clear cases in general.

If you purchase any Incipio cases from, use code INCAFF for 15% off.

u/WhipTheLlama · 3 pointsr/essential

I've got this Tudia case. In black, it's not as garish as in the photo. I normally dislike cases and my last few phones have all been caseless. The EP is just so ridiculously slippery that I'm pretty sure I'll drop it. I might decide to use a skin instead of a case, but if I'm ruining the look of the phone then maybe I might as well have it protected with a full case.


  • Great grip
  • Seems like it offers decent protection
  • The buttons are great. Most case buttons suck, but these are as good as the naked buttons.
  • The cutout around the fingerprint sensor makes it easier to find with your finger


  • The phone has such small bezels that even a small case overlap causes some minor problems touching the screen edges. Solvable with some careful touching.
  • The design on the back is ugly.
u/galleria_suit · 3 pointsr/essential

how protective do you need it? i've got this guy and my phones survived a few small drops onto wood floors unscathed. case barely adds anything to the profile of the phone which is nice.

u/thefutureofamerica · 2 pointsr/diabetes

I use this. I've had it on since early May and it shows absolutely no signs of coming loose. My pump now has a few scratches on the back of it from being sans case... but I literally could not care any less about that.

u/eymantia · 2 pointsr/Leatherman
u/SmellsLikeNostrils · 2 pointsr/EDC

copied from my earlier comment

Like this.

The two parts are held together with VHB tape. More than strong enough.

The clips is a Nite Ize universal smartphone clip which comes with a strip of VHB.

The rest is pretty obvious.

EDIT: I bought a clear VHB, for other uses. For this, I think a softer, foam core VHB might work better. The edges aren't flat, and don't rest flat against each other. It still works tho.

u/jsamhead · 2 pointsr/EDC

The pocket clip is a Nite Ize Hipclip and I used Double Sided Gorilla Tape to stick the two halves of the bit kit together.

u/octobereighth · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

You want to search for a cell phone holster or a cell phone hip clip.

A lot of them require a belt, but some don't. This one doesn't, but it only attaches with adhesive so I don't know how strong it is.

u/anonymouscoward92 · 2 pointsr/EDC

you know it. i put this on a wood scale swisschamp. my favorite and definitely the most beautiful item i've ever owned

u/mightbenow · 2 pointsr/EDC
u/uCat2bKittenMe · 2 pointsr/multitools

So far it holds up great! As long as you follow the instructions to ensure a strong bond, the clip should hold up with regular use. The clip itself was purchased on Amazon. It's called Nite Ize Hipclip.

u/perkee · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I keep my cards in a card ninja on my phone and I keep my bills and laundry tickets in a magnetic cash clip which opens and lies flat. Way easier than those money clips where you have to fight agains the spring tension to get the money in and out.

u/scarbutt11 · 2 pointsr/Android

OP why don’t you buy a case that has the spot to add a magnet and then use something lik this but attach it to a magnet/metal and then you can attach and detach from your wallet like you want?

u/icu_ · 2 pointsr/LGG3

You can get adhesive card holders that you can just stick on a case of your choice or on the phone back itself if you like the caseless thing.

u/xjmt · 2 pointsr/EDC

Been at it about 15 years ranging from high school and college football, powerlifting, "cardio boxing" but now just trying to be my strongest and look my best, perhaps compete again if I find the right work/life balance.

  1. GoRuck Bullet, 15L, Black w/ Predator Patch:

    Recently purchased this as a gym bag and a carry-on day pack when I travel which I suspect will fit both needs for life.

  2. Rogue Gym Chalk (Ziplock container):

    Bought a single box of eight a few years ago and I'm either collectively on only the first or second block. I left one at the gym and it was probably thrown out (not allowed) and have since sold the rest. It would have lasted me a lifetime deadlifting 1-2 times a week and really only need one application to last a few heavy sets. Chalk is pretty generic, I bought from Rogue because it was cheap and easy, I'm sure it can be found elsewhere.

  3. Inzer Forever Buckle, Double Prong, 10mm, Black:™-10mm

    My second belt from Inzer of the same style but smaller waist size. Would have opted for the Forever Lever but as I drop or gain weight I wanted the flexibility and avoid readjustment. I haven't tried other brands but Inzer hasn't given me a reason to.

  4. iPhone 6 & 6S in OtterBox Commuter w/ Cubi Credit Card Holder:

    I dual wield my work and personal phone at the gym, one streaming YouTube/Pandora, the other for my workout (5/3/1) reference. The card holders' adhesive is still good but one does not retain cards well anymore since I've stuffed it with as much as 5 cards plus cash. OtterBox are showing their wear (cracked) but no broken phones to date and personally would have to get worse before I decide to send in for replacement.

  5. Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless:

    The reviews online are true, these things have been a pain in the ass sometimes. I put up with the Senns for the better sound quality, noise isolation, and "different" factor over AirPods; mine had the mic recently fail after two years but were more reliable otherwise. Issues include battery drain/dying in charging case (known issue), intermittent connectivity and/or start-up issues (fixed via reset), and silicone inserts needing adjustment sometimes to isolate noise (haven't tried Comply TrueGrips yet). Also, the outer case could have better perceived quality (lid feels loose) but has held up well so far.

  6. Under Armour Sandals:
    Not much to say here, sauna/shower wear. My only criteria is black and solid velcro or no velcro at all as I had on an old Nike pair.

    Not shown: Gym/basketball shoes, I deadlift/squat in socks so I really just need something to walk around in otherwise.

    Looking to add: My own set of barbell collars, my gym they're either worn out or in use.
u/DrSandbags · 2 pointsr/Nexus5

All of the wallet cases I shopped for looked way to bulky for my tastes, so I ended up getting a Card Ninja. I love it. It holds six cards plus a few bills, and while it does stick out on the back, it doesn't make the phone bulky all over the place, so it doesn't take up as much extra space in my pocket as a wallet case would.

You might not mind the wallet case sizes, but my Ninja works well for me. I don't carry a wallet anymore.

u/shall_2 · 2 pointsr/Axon7

Unfortunately there aren't that many unique cases for the Axon 7 but I've never seen any case like the one you're describing.

Maybe something like this would work for you though?

CardNinja Ultra-slim Self Adhesive Credit Card Wallet for Smartphones, Black

I doubt you'd be able to fit a case over the top of it but it's pretty cheap so maybe worth a shot.

u/ColdJelly · 2 pointsr/minimalism

I went with a card ninja and have never looked back.

u/erinalexa · 2 pointsr/chicago

I attached this to my phone and keep my Ventra card in it. Cheap and works great!

u/echevez · 2 pointsr/churning

This is my current wallet. The sliding to get the cards out is so satisfying and people always comment on it saying they think it's cool. It is very slim and I fit about 7 cards in it. I also added a [pouch] ( to the back to keep cash in. Overall, 10/10 would recommend

u/sinrith · 2 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

You could try getting a waterproof case to put your phone and credit cards in, I just bought this one

u/dinkatoid · 2 pointsr/oneplus

I think he means something like this

Some float and others won't depending on what you want

u/mmaireenehc · 2 pointsr/iphone

Depends on how much you want to spend. Lifeproof makes some waterproof cases that I see people rave about on this subreddit. I personally took something like this to Hawaii. They're okay. My phone stayed dry but the pictures it took weren't super clear, probably because the plastic material obstructs the camera. Definitely not good to publish but definitely good enough to have a nice memory of it. I would recommend buying a more sturdy lanyard to go with it.

u/AnonymousWannabe · 2 pointsr/Swimming

A phone in a water proof case is exactly what I do. I have a clear waterproof pouch that I put my phone in and a makeshift mount made of a large binder clip with large bolts zip tied to the arms. You can adjust the angle of the shot by moving the arms. The bolts weigh the phone down and act as feet so your phone stays upright.

I find that the front facing camera works best because it's a wider angle and you can see your shot as you adjust your phone on the bottom of the pool.

u/readit_getit · 2 pointsr/galaxynote4

Thanks. I was ready to purchase it and then saw this review

I checked out the Joto one and it did look very similar, which gives some credence to what this guy says.

The problem is that some people on the bag you mentioned complained about water damage, while no one on the Joto bag has thus far.

I am now very worried and am beginning to forget about submerging the phone under water all together. Last thing I want is to damage it.

thoughts? is this 'purchasing review' an actual practice on Amazon?

u/DC25NYC · 2 pointsr/AskNYC

Get one of these and just put your cards/cash and phone in here.

u/exbex · 2 pointsr/Kayaking

A waterproof case for his phone. This is the one I have and love it.

u/frojoe27 · 2 pointsr/sailing

I think you'll struggle to find a pfd with a waterproof pocket.

Even if you find one I would suggest doing what others say and getting a small waterproof pouch to put in your pfd pocket because the waterproof part would probably wear out way before the rest of the pfd, so better to be able to replace it separately for a few dollars.

Also the most important party of a pfd is how comfortable it is, better to be able to shop for one based on that than based on if it has a waterproof pocket.

I use something like this, but not this one exactly:

u/nimbyfubar · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS8

a few things to remember:

  1. the IP68 rating doesn't take into account swings in water pressure, so if you're using it in rushing water, that could exceed the limits of the phone's water resistance.
  2. if you have ever sat on or bent your phone, there's a chance that it could have compromised the seals, and thus, the IP68 rating.
  3. if you do use the phone in a pool, immediately rinse it off in gentle water afterward to get as much of the chemicals off of it.

    to be safe, you could consider using a waterproof case like this.
u/coolsideofyourpillow · 2 pointsr/Swimming

You'll want a dedicated waterproof mp3 player because the Bluetooth in your phone only has a range of about 10m. If you still want your phone poolside, just get one of these.

I don't know what your budget is, but I've used these and they're pretty great. Snug fit, doesn't come off from water resistance, and audio quality is good.

u/laceylala · 2 pointsr/gonewildcolor

I got you man. :)

I'm sure there are better ones though, that was me doing 2 seconds of shopping around.

u/ravenito · 2 pointsr/Cruise

Since I like to snorkel I bought a waterproof bag to keep cell phone, ship's card, some cash, passport, and a credit card in when going ashore. This way I could always keep my stuff on me even when I'm in the water. It's so nice to have everything you need hanging around your neck and not have to worry about losing it or it going missing when you're not paying attention. I bought this one and it has served me very well but there are lots out there to choose from.

u/KidCadaver · 2 pointsr/Wishlist

As far as phones go, I have a few of these. I've taken my phone with me every time I've gone boarding, and I even used that bag to go snorkling and use my phone's camera underwater in Belize. When I used to push into the ocean from the beach with my board I'd have several waves hitting me and waist-high water, so the phone would always be submerged for that duration, and I've never had the bag fail. I DO test it regularly. You can never test a dry bag enough!!

For my camera, I'm testing out this bag before seeing if I need a better/more expensive type. Today was really successful! Definitely have to finagle a bit and have your settings at least close to where you think you'll want them the whole time, but overall it was a success! I would NOT take this bag underwater though. I would invest in an actual hard underwater case for that. But since I don't actually ever intend on the bag getting more than just a little wet from splashes or my hands, it works great.

u/dfloyd13 · 2 pointsr/oneplus

Well, many people seem to be more than happy with the Diztronic case, the ones in their accessories on the site are said to be a lot worse than this one.

And about screen protectors, I guess most people go with the Orzly?

But that will cost more than $15 in total, so I don't know.

u/mightymos · 2 pointsr/oneplus

Best thin and low profile case is the Diztronic Ultra TPU Matte case. Hands down. It offers the drop protection of a TPU, yet it's the case that adds the least amount of bulk.

Link to it on Amazon

u/crushingyen · 2 pointsr/oneplus

Most of the people who own a OPO, including myself, would usually recommend this case:

Slim, keeps the form factor of the phone, and you have two options between their regular, or the ultra version, which is a bit more protective on the corners and a bit thicker, but still slim nonetheless.

u/crabsintrees · 2 pointsr/EDC
u/Tmthrow · 2 pointsr/LGG3

Does this help?

Edit: currently unavailable


u/ArchetypeX · 2 pointsr/LGG3
u/7Snakes · 2 pointsr/LGG3

I think it's out of stock right now on Amazon but you can probably Google around and find it on Ebay.

u/dovahkid · 2 pointsr/LGG3

It definitely adds bulk.

One person's review: "...9000mAh 3 times stock, wonderful life, 2 solid days use for me (sleep time in the 2 days with no charge)..."

u/_Goose_ · 2 pointsr/LGG3

I got mine from Amazon. I just checked and it looks like I got it just in time because it's currently unavailable :/

If you want to watch the item, here's the Amazon link.

u/aclee_ · 2 pointsr/nexus6

I have this one and I absolutely love it. Doesn't add much bulk and it looks sharp.

u/GustoB · 2 pointsr/nexus6

That is also the one I'm rocking. I love it. It's stood up to dropping several times, and the kickstand comes in handy (although it's not quite up to par with the ahem Thunderbolt's that I used to have). The cutout for the M also helps make it easier to hold onto, and the blue one matches the N6 blue quite well unlike a lot of cases.

Link for those interested:

u/moe-money · 2 pointsr/RandomActsOfPolish

Here's a link I bought the white one :)

u/drmacinyasha · 2 pointsr/Sprint

Spigen Slim Armor along with a random tempered glass screen protector from Amazon.

Not the prettiest case, but I do like the kickstand.

u/landonianb · 2 pointsr/nexus6

That Slim Armor case looks almost black.. Is it this dark blue one, or is there a black one?

u/yureisen · 2 pointsr/nexus6

First two reviews are fake.

And same here:

All three reviewers' icon follow the same pattern.

I have a Spigen case for my phone and I love it. But they totally deserve 1 star reviews for doing this.

Edit: grammar

u/rusrslythatdumb · 2 pointsr/nexus6

I rotate between three:

  • Spigen Bumper
  • Caseology Slim Fit
  • Ringke Slim

    I have a Spigen heavy duty case, but I rarely use it because it adds too much bulk. I did protect it from my driveway, though, when it feel out of my pocket from about a 4 foot height.
u/jb7410 · 2 pointsr/nexus6

Honestly I just don't use cases that often. I get an emergency case for when I go out (I bought this one, super sleek: but that's about it. To show off the back many people got this case or any other clear case. Haven't seen many bumpers around but I'm sure more will come out soon.

u/tmhiott · 2 pointsr/nexus6

I already have several Qi Chargers I used with my Nexus 5. I have 5 of these spread around my work/house/car.

I bought both the Ringke Fusion and the Spigen Ultra Hybrid. Once I get them and the phone, i'll be doing a comparison video.

I also bought a Black Titanium Dbrand skin. I bought a 32GB Cloud White today, so with that skin I'll essentially have a black phone.

u/KYL0C0 · 2 pointsr/nexus6

I bought the Spigen Ultra Hybrid in Gunmetal with my Cloud White. It shows off the back with a somewhat glossy coated clear back. And the Gunmetal compliments both Cloud White and Midnight Blue!

u/my5dollarFTlong · 2 pointsr/nexus6

I have the Spigen Ultra Hybrid Series with gunmetal (gray) bumper and clear back. If you want to show off your phone and have protection i'd go with this case. Its slim too. Doesn't add much bulk to the back or the sides. The clear back is a fingerprint/smeare magnet but can easily be wiped off. Cut outs a damn near exact and its a tight fit all around. The price is good too. Link

Edit: The bumper and backing add for more grip. I haven't felt like i'm about to drop the thing when holding it loosely compared to without the case.

u/Andranik136 · 2 pointsr/nexus6
I just bought this today and couldn't be happier with a case. Its slim, has screen protection, and feels really premium. Also shows the Nexus 6 original design without altering it much. Hope you consider this.

u/mogruith · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I bought the PRO version and it sits very close to the edge of the screen, but I haven't had a case friendly version to compare. Since the Live Case is so form fitting to the edges of the phone, however, it doesn't touch the protector.

Also I've used this clear Spigen case and also have had no problems using it with the IntelliArmor PRO screen protector.

u/BoWeiner · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I do use a case. I use the spigen ultra clear. I think it's their thinnest model. I hate cases, but this phone is just too Slippery for one hand use without a case.

Here's the one I have.

Nexus 6P Case, Spigen [Ultra Hybrid] AIR CUSHION [Crystal Clear] Clear back panel + TPU bumper for Nexus 6P (2015) - Crystal Clear (SGP11796)

u/PRO4X · 2 pointsr/Nexus

Spigen Ultra Hybrid Case. Satisfies two things for me: 1) doesn't make the phone more big or bulky, 2) the back is visible so it doesn't hide the Nexus logo and the color of the phone. I really like it but my only complaint is when I want to take screenshots I would need to press the power button and the volume up button and when I press both at the same time, it only increases the volume. Not sure why it does this but on reviews, I see people cutting off the power and volume button covers and I'm assuming its because of the screenshot problem.

u/lament · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

Spigen Ultra Hybrid. Love it.

Too slippery to go bareback.

u/Arcendus · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

You could opt for a clear case, like the Ringke Fusion ( or Spigen Ultra Hybrid ( I use the Ringke Fusion with a back-only skin and it works wonderfully.

u/xFIJI · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

Headphones: Jaybirds. Sweat proof. Lifetime warranty on sweat. Great sound for the price. Perfect for gym or just casual. Wait for x3's. I got x2 they have problem with battery completely dying (atleast in my case), but the company always down to fix them. x3 coming out around October ("Fall") I think.

Case: Google live case, because swag and scratch protection. You can totally get cheaper/better (less swag) on Amazon. Spigen Rugged Armor comes in mind. Looks good but doesn't really protect the screen, you will need a bulky one for that.

u/sdneidich · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

Does it happen in other locations? I thought my phone was powering itself off, but since it only happened in pocket, I theorize that it was the button getting hit. It was worse when I used this case but stopped when I switched to a Feather Case (can't find at the moment) which had a recession for the button.

In short, the more the button stuck out, the more this problem happened for me.

u/TrevorX5J9 · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

Check out either the Spigen Rugged Armor or the Unicorn Beetle Pro. The first one is more of a slim/sleek option and the second is more akin to an Otterbox. I own both and I prefer the Unicorn mostly because I'm clumsy and it'll protect from drops. It's a fair amount thicker than the Rugged Armor however. As for glass screen protectors, check out the Spigen Glass Screen protector. It's a perfect fit and I've had my screen saved once by it. Smooth to the touch as it should be.

Spigen Tough Armor-

Unicorn Beetle-


u/lorwrin · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

For me it's pretty slippery so a case was necessary. I got this case and it's perfect: still super thin with barely any bulk and it feels nice in the hand.

I went with the slate/black colour and it never ceases to amaze me with its sleek design!

u/sri745 · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

Ah, my mistake, so the glass cover I got worked fine with this case:

When I ordered mine, they only had one type of screen best guess would be to go with the "case friendly" one if you plan on using one with a case.

u/victorvito · 2 pointsr/EDC
u/rarandar · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I actually had that same Spigen case and got a replacement case for the same reason! I went with another Spigen Case. This one is a different, more flexible material that won't crack and it wraps around the whole phone. The only thing I missed was the cutouts for the volume and power buttons but I've gotten used to this one now! I like the look of this one too.

u/ornryactor · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I'm pretty minimalist in my preferences (and, more importantly, don't have access to a good printer). As an illustration, my regular case is the Spigen Rugged Armor. If I do get the Ringke Fusion, I'm sure I'll just use it as-is, put the adapter on it, and learn to not be bothered by it. In the end, a slightly-less-than-preferable case on a securely-attached phone is better than an ideal case on a smashed-to-bits phone.

u/railo · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I ordered Spigen's Rugged Armor case myself just the other day along with Orzly's screen protector and a few Type-C accessories from Anker.

u/notmyname1 · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I have an Intelliarmor TGSP and love it. I also own 3 cases:

  • The Adopted from the Google store. This is my favorite case overall. It's minimal, adds very little bulk, and has grippy sides.

  • Spigen Rugged Armor. People seem to love this case, but I just don't get it. It doesn't add any grip, so you still feel like you'll drop it. And the carbon fiber absurdity on the back is humiliating.

  • Supcase - This is not an attractive case, and it does add some extra bulk over the Adopted. However, it does feel a bit more protective. I actually dropped my phone from waist-height onto a tile floor and my phone escaped blemish-free. I was trying this out, and will likely leave this on for now.

    NOTE: All 3 of these cases work great with the Intelliarmor TGSP.
u/MrChow13 · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I have the same metal plate on my 6p and use this case with the magnet between the case and the phone. It may lose some of its strength but I use the mount in my car daily as well and it has never once fallen off even after abrupt turns and braking so clearly still has enough strength to securely hold the phone. Plus the metal plate is entirely invisible.

u/T_T_O_P · 2 pointsr/makemychoice
u/FiercelyFuzzy206 · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

A few things I recommend:

  1. CD Car Mount. They seem to hold the phone better than air vent mounts

  2. Power Bank

  3. Tempered Glass Screen Protector

  4. Spiggen Rugged Thin Case

  5. USB Type A to Type C for laptop/other chargers
u/Pidgiano · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I've got 4 cases I rotate on my Nexus 6P, the first case I got turns out to be the best , feels good, looks good, nice grip,


Must have case for all Nexus 6P , you won't regret it,

Next up is the Cover Up Woodback Explorer, Gold Lightning Bolt..... As soon as I saw the black wood finish with the gold Lightning Bolt I wanted it, very easy to fit, light weight and nice grip on the edges, looks real classy

Third is the Frost Black Supcase Unicorn Beetle.....probably the most heavy duty of the 4 I have, feels real heavy , chunky, dense, tough , looks OK , not as slick as the Ringke, and the main negative for me is how hard it is to take on and off, but for some that'll be a plus as you get a tight fit, becomes one with the phone , sure to protect your Nexus 6P.

Finally a case I want to love but the texture just doesn't quite give me as much grip as I wanted, it looks good, so easy to fit , the Spigen Rugged's OK, nowhere near as much protection as the Supcase, least grip of the 4 I have, but it's a good no thrills solid case without being great.

So there it is , seriously if you don't have the Ringke Fusion you must get it immediately, winner all the way at a great price, the Cover Up Wood back is a comfortable 2nd , really looks amazing but is over twice the price of the other 3 in my top four, the Supcase is the brute of the 4 and finally the fairly drab Spigen Rugged Armour.

u/CoolJumper · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

To bad Otterbox doesn't makes cases for Nexus phones. But if bulk and looks (which is subjective) aren't a worry, this seems to be up your alley.

This one also isn't bad, but like you mentioned I'm seeing more about the looks than anything else. I have it and personally I love it, but I can't speak for its ruggedness since I haven't really ever dropped my phone (with spending over $600 I'm incredibly protective of it).

Here's a 3rd option. More pricy, lacks reviews, but Speck is general a really well received brand for cases and protection.

u/RCubed111 · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I have a Spigen Rugged Armor Nexus 6P Case. The logo & 'carbon fiber' pattern are not nearly as visible as in the picture (I forgot they were there until I saw the Amazon page).

u/BenderB · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

2 best cases, in my opinion, are the Spigen Rugged Armor and the Spigen Thin Fit. They both fit perfectly (even with a screen protector) and look and feel great. Just depends on the amount of bulk/protection you want.

u/LivingReaper · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P
u/IDK2012 · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I'm using the Spigen Rugged Armor ( and it really is a nice case. I haven't put it to the test yet but after putting the 6P into it I do know I felt a lot more comfortable with where I lay the device and so on. That said the rhino shield bundle setup Evolutive Labs is coming out with looks like a for sure winner. I even placed an order for their full bundle but it's going to be January sometime before it's even suppose to be out. So till then I'll gladly sport Spigen's case. I might even pick up their screen protector. They have a tempered glass one out now (

u/abunnyrabbit · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

Here it is on Amazon. I bought it and it's definitely my favorite so far.

u/MistaHiggins · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I'd recommend the Spigen Thin Fit. Pictures here.

I bought one, and I absolutely love it. The material is similar to the soft-touch back on the Nexus 5 which helps make it grippy while staying minimal. The exposed buttons are my preference for cases and I now hate the adopted case I originally bought with the phone. I agree with you that almost every 6P case is extremely ugly, but not the Thin fit.

Still allows the white to peek out but with added grip/protection compared to the bare aluminum.

Also preordered a Rhino Crash Guard bumper.

u/AJ_M · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

Hey, welcome to Fi! I got my sim chip, but I have to wait until Feb. 22 to switch over because I'm still on contract. I'll join you soon though ;)

There is a great thread about a modular stand. Also, I just bought this case, it's on a 70% discount right now.

u/GamersCorp · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I am an avid biker, and have tried MANY different mounts. The only one that I have found to work perfectly is the Quad Lock Bike Mount. I use it attached to this case, which I only put on while I bike. I highly recommend this setup.

u/Honsou · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I have an Aluminum 6P, and I went with the black Spigen Thin Fit case. I really hate bulky cases, so this one is great for me. It's the bare minimum protection, so it doesn't add much bulk. And it actually improves the phone in my opinion. The power/volume buttons were so easy to hit accidentally, now they're recessed and that never happens. Adds more grip to the phone as well. And I've dropped my phone a few times since getting the case, and haven't experienced any damage. Protects the corners, lifts the screen. (though I also have a tempered glass protector) Can't recommend it enough!

u/AceHiStation · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS7
u/uglycat · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS7

Have pre-ordered one of these but it's not out till April so have one of these ready for next week when I (hopefully) get my edge.
Have had a Unicorn Beetle case on my LG G3 for a long time now and has held up extremely well, from high drops to pockets full of keys.

u/crux-of-the-biscuit · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS7

I use the Unicorn Beetle case, and it completely solved that issue for me. It makes the buttons just slightly harder to press, eliminating accidental presses. It also adds a little extra grip to the sides so that the fingers don't rest on the "edge" display.

u/kaizokushinobi · 2 pointsr/oneplus

Just a heads up it's showing as £0.99 on the uk site, so may want to buy it now!

u/Nickolai1993 · 2 pointsr/oneplus

Spigen Rugged Armor OnePlus 3 Case / OnePlus 3T Case with Resilient Shock Absorption and Carbon Fiber Design for OnePlus 3 2016 - Black I love their cases

u/mithikx · 2 pointsr/oneplus

Spigen Rugged Armor, $12.99 off of Amazon, has Prime shipping (or Prime One Day with $35 ordered).

It sits higher than the camera bump (crucial to prevent having the chrome ring around the camera from getting scuffed), covers all the buttons save for the notification slider, and fully wraps around the border of the phone. Which the "Protective Cases" from OnePlus doesn't do.

It's not too thick (though thicker than a OnePlus Protective Case), but in exchange it doesn't offer as much protection as an Otterbox, Neo Hybrid or other multi-piece cases.

u/Enderpig1398 · 2 pointsr/oneplus

The reviews for that case are saying that it doesn't fit right and the there's not enough room for the headphone jack. One of the reviews suggested Spigen. I've been looking at this one

u/TheDerf · 2 pointsr/oneplus

I'm currently rocking this Spigen case it's really slim and still has protection where it's needed. Plus it looks good.

u/p07a70 · 2 pointsr/oneplus

Try the Spigen rugged armor case. I'm using it right now on my 3T. It looks much better irl than in pics, and it feels very protective and thin. Spigen is also a trustworthy brand.

u/mightyprometheus · 2 pointsr/oneplus

I've decided to go with the Spigen case and 5 pack Orzly screen protectors.

I figured with the case protecting all the edges, these screen protectors would protect the face that is exposed, and that's perfect for me.

u/tmarie656 · 2 pointsr/Cruise

I keep seeing people put their Phones in these. They arent recommended for more than I think 40 feet underwater, so you should be good. The biggest thing is making sure it stays secure and you don't lose it while on the wave runner.

This was just the brand I saw with the highest rating and a high number of reviews. I think the dimensions work but I would double check.

u/callmemom · 2 pointsr/Cruise

String backpack with the following:

  • phone (fully charged)

  • waterproof phone case

  • cash (~$50 depending what we're doing)

  • credit card

  • sunscreen if needed for excursion

  • water shoes if needed for excursion

  • sunglasses

  • ship's towel

  • ibuprofen

  • bottled water (1 small bottle per person)

  • cruise card to get back on the ship

    You can usually buy just about anything at the port; however, some items are extremely marked up (i.e. deodorant, medicine, etc.)
u/susieeQT · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I found a cheap waterproof pouch on Amazon that I use at the pool or beach or water park! They're really handy and do a good job at protecting your phone.

Edit: here's a link to a good one!

u/lanadelriesling · 2 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

IIRC liquid pool sold lockers for $30 at last year's pool party. can't speak for wet republic.

re: cell phones... i've seen a surprising amount of people use something like this which i find amusing because they look pretty cheesy but apparently get the job done. in the past i've used something like this to carry my stuff like phone, lipstick, cards/ID into LV pool parties.

u/lichnor · 2 pointsr/lgv20

Seconding this. Though, I found it easier to install than my last, ill fitting screen. YMMV.

And I use this case...

u/remembertosmilebot · 2 pointsr/lgv20

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Here are your smile-ified links:


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u/SvennEthir · 2 pointsr/Vive

I've never had this problem. I'm using these grips. Do you have any skins/grips on your controller? Also, are you using the wrist straps?

u/MasterIndie · 2 pointsr/Vive

I have Hyperkin GelShell controller skins. They're ok. I don't know if they'll help with the grip button problem, but they seem to add a bit of grip for your hands. They also come in different colors.

u/AmericanFromAsia · 2 pointsr/Vive

As a heads up, I use the Hyperkin silicone thingamajig and I still have this exact issue

u/Symplicified · 2 pointsr/Vive

I use these, they won't protect against anything too intense but they are better than nothing and are pretty comfortable to use. I also got the HMD skin as well to match.

They come in different colors too just look for them on Amazon

u/Richleeson · 2 pointsr/Vive

I use these

u/cookiethrow · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I'm rocking this guy. It's my pet peeve when a case adds a lip around the front face - I like it to be as flush as possible.

This case has a textured, Teflon-feeling material. It's not very grippy, but it also is pretty resistant to finger grease. It already has a some signs of wear & tear after just a few weeks, so I may be in the market again for a super-minimal case.

u/Filibertoc · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

Bear Motion (doesn't fully protect the top/bottom)

u/ricecake88 · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

This might be way too thin for you, but I've been using this case:

I realize it doesn't offer that much protection, but I found other cases much too bulky. I have small hands, and it hurt my hand to hold the other cases for too long. I like the lightweight feel of this case.

u/SerdaJ · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I like my Parallax case but it's just too bulky and a bit slippery for me. I generally just use my Nillkin Ultra-Thin nature series case. I also ordered another Bear Motion case, this time for the Pixel, as I loved the case on my Nexus 6P. It may not last but 5 months before the grip wears off but at $8 it really isn't a bad deal. If you want a near caseless feel though the Nillkin is awesome.

u/frenchness · 2 pointsr/pixel_phones

I have this one clear. It is not very low profile but is OK. I believe if you want an ultra low profile to the cost of losing some lower corner protection there is this or this

u/henry_dorsett__case · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I have a Bear Motion slim case on my Pixel that leaves the buttons exposed, and provides a fantastic texture.

u/tankzar · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

Looks promising! I picked up this Bear Motion case off Amazon and really ended up liking it. Has a sandstone finish like the OnePlus One and it's as thin as the Spigen Thin fit cases. Only gripe is that it doesn't cover the top or bottom chin.

u/poopnuts · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

Which one do you think is the "grippiest"? I've tried all of the ones I've listed below but they're all just not very grippy. If I angle my open hand at all, it starts to slip. I never had that issued with the Ringke Slim on my iPhone 5S. I like the super low profile of the Suensan and Bear Motion but none of them feel grippy to me. The Bear Motion has the most grip but even that one is underwhelming.


Bear Motion

Suensan Pc Slim Ultra Thin

Yaker Black TPU

u/maximalx5 · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

Here's one

And another

And a third

I can go on, but I have literal pages of results just by looking up "Pixel case" on Amazon

u/snotbot3000 · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I just got this AFTER dropping my pixel, minimal damage but this would have helped so much. Really nice case, not slippery and looks and feels better in person.

u/ffchampmt · 2 pointsr/PixelXL

The spigen I have is very slim, has tactile buttons, and is in the "goldilocks zone" between hard-slick plastic and "pulls your pocket liner out with it" rubber

Edit: add link

Spigen Rugged Armor Google Pixel XL Case with Resilient Shock Absorption and Carbon Fiber Design for Google Pixel XL 2016 - Black

u/szol · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

You really can't go wrong with any of them. I have the Rugged Armor, but I've heard good things about the Neo Hybrid as well.

u/Dennis7d · 2 pointsr/PixelXL

I really like this case so far: Spigen Rugged Armor Google Pixel XL Case with Resilient Shock Absorption and Carbon Fiber Design for Google Pixel XL 2016 - Black

u/Arkiteck · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

Easily Googleable but here are 2 of my favs:

u/gilbertsmith · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I bought these:
Screen protector

Had them since Oct 2017 and still going great. Case is tight, not stretched. I cracked one screen protector with my keys and bought another.

Only issue I've had with the screen protector is it doesn't adhere to the screen, it just sticks around the edge.. so I get dust under it occasionally. But, it's also easy to pull off (intentionally mind you) and clean, so you can re-apply it and it works great again. Looks great.

u/aicss · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

Glad to help! I was looking for a new case as well and was going to order a live case until I saw that article. Ended up going with this one instead. I'm glad you were at least able to get a refund on the case.

u/Vettro88 · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I really like Maxboost case. Super thin, snug fit and not slippery (especially after a week or so). Also not too grippy when trying to get it out of your pocket. The buttons seem hard to press at first but got use to it really quickly and prefer to push the actual buttons if it means the case can be thinner. I dropped my phone on tile the other day face down and the raised edge protected the phone beautifully.

u/jc_cr · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I've been using this case for a year now

Google Pixel Case, Maxboost mSnap Thin Cases [Perfect Fit] [Black] EXTREME Smooth Surface with Anti-Slip Matte Coating for Excellent Grip Hard Protective PC Covers For Google Pixel 2016

It's a little fragile around the edges, mine has gotten a crack at the corner joint, but it fits perfectly and has worked pretty well. Just don't get in the habit of popping it on and off a lot and it's fine

u/Janitor_Paul · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

Google Pixel Case, Maxboost mSnap Thin Cases [Perfect Fit] [Black] EXTREME Smooth Surface with Anti-Slip Matte Coating for Excellent Grip Hard Protective PC Covers For Google Pixel 2016

It's a very slim case, my magnet doesn't even fit in the back for my car mount. A slippery feel but I'm used to it now so it's no longer slippery to me, a naked phone feel. Funny story, within 2 mins of putting the case on, I dropped my phone down 6 concrete steps..I was terrified. But nothing happened! Just a small dent on bottom of the case.

u/Subieworx · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

Most minimalistic case I have found yet. Got it today and love it so far. Very thin and adds a ton of grip. Fits very well.

u/lesigh · 2 pointsr/essential

This case has been really good for me. Increases the grip in hand and on surfaces. It's not too bulky and feels like it'll provide good protection against drops.

u/TheCrazedGeek · 2 pointsr/essential

4: The Tudia TAMM case is excellent. I've also been pretty happy with this screen protector -- it bubbles up very slightly at the edges with the TAMM on, but it's great otherwise.

u/dominodoug · 2 pointsr/essential
u/spellchanger · 2 pointsr/essential

Essential Phone PH-1 Case, TUDIA Carbon Fiber Design Lightweight [TAMM] TPU Bumper Shock Absorption Cover for Essential Phone PH-1 (Black)

u/stuartsoft · 2 pointsr/essential
u/MStock_t1 · 1 pointr/diabetes

I’ve been using this since getting my pump a month ago and it’s worked great so far.

u/Centipe76 · 1 pointr/PSVR

How about this adhesive belt clip for cell phones:

Edit: I just ordered it. I'll let you know how it works out in a week if you all remind me.

u/originalhdm · 1 pointr/Leatherman

I used to have a Crater c33T. I wasn't too impressed by the construction of it, but that was 10 years ago, and they may have improved.

If I was looking for a knife-based multitool, I'd either go with the Victorinox One-Hand Trekker or wait for the Leatherman FREE K series.

(If you go with the Victorinox, this works great as a pocket clip:

u/flutterybuttery58 · 1 pointr/diabetes_t1

I got this from Amazon on another persons recommendation

Nite Ize NBC-03-11 Hip/Belt Clip - Retail Packaging - Silver

u/dumezil · 1 pointr/diabetes

here's what it looks like

I called Tandem today and asked the nice lady I spoke with if they would send me a new one but she said they don't sell the clips separately and that they wouldn't send me a one for free. She did say several times that she was documenting this and would send the report to the QA team. Lastly she said that she could send me an Amazon link to replacement clip that cost about $6 that other t:case users have said works well. I've ordered that but it'll take a week to get here...

u/darwin57 · 1 pointr/EDC

I actually found this

Yeah it's made for eletronics but the Wingman isn't very heavy and even if it doesn't work I'm only out $9

u/cbalde04 · 1 pointr/galaxynote10

I have a Galaxy Note10+, with the "Encased" Belt Clip Case, and I bought the Nite Ize HipClip. The fit should be similar to most "Shell Holster Combo" type cases of similar design. This clip fits perfectly on the top section of the kick stand. It allows my phone to suspend in my pocket (keeping pocket lint from damaging the ports and speaker), while still maintaining a slim profile, and allowing my camera/flashlight to be exposed if I need to inconspicuously record a crazy ex while picking up the kids, or see in the dark while having two free hands.

The only undesirable part about the clip is that it could be thinner. The bump out pushes the limit of some thinner dash mounts. Doesn't affect me, but it looks close.

Word to the wise. Make sure you let the adhesive set for at least an hour to get 75% bond strength. The 3M VHB adhesive is a strong bond, but only if you clean the surface properly and leave it alone to adhere. This is clearly explained in the instructions, but it can easily be overlooked because of the detail they go into without pictures.

Overall, very pleased with the purchase. I am glad to get rid of the pocket bulk for better functionality.

u/Vega_Bound · 1 pointr/GalaxyS8
u/Jr712 · 1 pointr/DIY

I have had one of these stuck on the back of my phone case since last Christmas. Holds anywhere from 3 to 7 cards (made out of stretchy yoga pants like material). Cost $13 on amazon.

u/Mike_Rotchisari · 1 pointr/Android

Check out the CardNinja. I had been looking to do the exact same thing with my wallet but I still wanted direct access to the screen for my Moto X's Active Display. It sticks perfectly to the back of my Dizitronic case, and I have had absolutely no problem with anything falling out of it. I've even checked on how hard I had to shake it to make a card slip, and I was afraid of throwing my phone accidentally more than something falling out.

For reference I keep about 5 cards and 5 bills (trifolded) in it at all times.

A+++1!+ fast shipping great seller would buy again.

u/zyxwr · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I carry my phone and keys. I carry a briefcase throughout the week, but my phone has one of those sticky card holders. It’s a lifesaver. I hardly every lose my cards anymore.

u/ThatsMrHacker2U · 1 pointr/GalaxyNote8

My everyday case is a Caseology Legion with a CardNinja Ultra-slim Self Adhesive Credit Card Wallet on the back. Comes up around the edges to protect it, good grip on the hand. It's a bit thick and with the card wallet it is not 100% compatible with the official Samsung round leather fast charger.

I use a sticky case when I'm in the gym, keeps it firmly attached to the squat rack so I don't accidentally step on it or squash it with a plate. I use the Galaxy Note 8 Case, LONTECT Anti-gravity Selfie Case Magical Nano Sticky Hard Case (Sorry, no link)

For a dressy, thinner case I have the Spigen Liquid Air Armor Galaxy Note 8 Case.

u/Korshay · 1 pointr/minimalism

I've used a CardNinja for the past 7 years. It forced me to really evaluate what I needed to carry: ID, credit card, health insurance ID, car insurance ID, and $40 emergency cash.

I recently had to replace my phone, so I no longer use the CardNinja. I ordered a Minimo because I want RFID protection.

u/ReLaXeZ · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

You could try one is of These. You can get them for free at a lot of trade shows and you can find some cheap ones online. Also would puting the card between case and phone be an option.

u/pixis-4950 · 1 pointr/doublespeakhysteric

hmbmelly wrote:

This is super cute.

My phone case has a slot for 3 cards, and this is similar.

This is also decent.

u/wiredwezl · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

I used this one may note 2, until I upgraded to the Note 3. Worked great and didn't come off. Yes I was able to put my big phone in my back pocket with a big case, & this card sleeve. I will be purchasing another

u/LawBobLoblaw · 1 pointr/Outlier

I slap a Card Ninja to the back of my phone and have had ZERO issues the past four years I've been using it. It's been on multiple phone cases (like 4 different phones) and I'm still rocking the same Card Ninja. I've always misplaced my wallet, but I never misplace my phone (shows where my priorities lie), so I've never lost my cards since.

I pack a credit card and drivers license (credit card is easier to report as stolen, and faster to recover any lost money than debit). Otherwise on nights I need a few bills for a cover charge or parking fee, I can stuff fold three bills worth and keep it in there, no issues of stretching out, and after four years I've never found a reason to carry change or cash on me otherwise.

u/Zahel · 1 pointr/iphone

Yah, I found this one earlier today.

u/Berb- · 1 pointr/AndroidQuestions

I have one of these

Universal Waterproof Case, JOTO CellPhone Dry Bag Pouch for Apple iPhone 6S 6,6S Plus,7 SE 5S, Samsung Galaxy S7, S6 Note 5 4, HTC LG Sony Nokia Motorola up to 6.0" diagonal -Black

May not be what you're looking for because it is a little harder to type with these on, but I used mine on a tubing trip down a river as well as every time I use my hot tub. I figured with the price difference between a LifeProof and that it may be worth a peek!

u/RAMASO · 1 pointr/lgv10

I don't know about it being badass. But this is the only type there is to waterproof a device. With a pouch.
All other "waterproof" shells or cases might be water resistant at best since they recommend against submersion. I guess, just being able to use your device underwater is badass enough, right?

u/Calvincoolidg · 1 pointr/gadgets
u/crispycornpops · 1 pointr/homeassistant

That does look interesting indeed, I like that it doesn't require batteries.

But I just thought of another possible idea, maybe putting any regular smart button inside of a waterproof pouch / dry bag. Does that seem like a viable idea? Not sure if those things would hold up in daily usage.

u/TomTheGeek · 1 pointr/Trackdays

I got a cheap waterproof case and taped some rare earth magnets to the inside. The lanyard wraps around the steering column and magnets hold it to the tank. Works with my gloves that are also touch enabled.

u/lightinthedark · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals
u/Dinosour · 1 pointr/Miami

I have used this myself to paddleboard, and I have fallen into the water with it in my pocket a couple times - works wonders.

u/Knusperbrot · 1 pointr/GalaxyS7

You could, as long as your water is of reasonable temperature. I wouldn't recommend getting soap on it though since it leaves dirty marks on your screen.

For an extra layer of protection, get a beach bag for it (something like this). You can still use the touchscreen through it (though not fingerprint ID), and it will protect your phone from smudges

u/TFKLR · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts

You know any phone can be taken in the bath if you have 10 bucks right

u/bookmonkey786 · 1 pointr/solotravel

Water proof phone bag.

It has enough room for the phone plus some money and IDs. I like to put a slip knot in the neck band so that I can tighten it around my neck so the waves cant pull it off me, hasn't happened yet.

u/TVK777 · 1 pointr/Cruise

Concerning the waterproof phone case, we used a case that was more of a waterproof pouch like this. It is clear on both sides so you can use the camera on it and still see what you're doing as well.

As for waterproof-ness, my phone was perfectly dry and I dove down to at least 10-15 feet to get some video. The only issue I have with it is the water will interact with the screen through the case (as it is touch sensitive.) If you take a video underwater, it may do some weird things like random zooming.

u/la_madeleine · 1 pointr/Cruise

Not at all a silly question! I asked the exact same thing almost a year ago and this subreddit gave me the suggestion to get one of these: Worked great - and we were highly amused by another young couple on St. Thomas that got into a big argument, pointing and yelling at us, about why they hadn't thought to do this and the husband was now stuck in the water with one hand overhead at all times to hold up his phone.

u/NerdyNThick · 1 pointr/CampingandHiking
u/Exogenic · 1 pointr/GalaxyS8

I'd go for a pouch like this:
Something that seals around the phone but you can still use the touch screen. Bulky but it probably won't matter in a kayak, has a lanyard too. Also isn't specific to a single phone.

u/LuckyBahamut · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

You can get one of those universal dry bags. Or a Ziplock bag?

u/CheeseDogs4Breakfast · 1 pointr/SmartThings

I ordered one of these and got a sensor. I'll let you know how it turns out.

u/Mrg13 · 1 pointr/DIY
u/abominablesnowcone · 1 pointr/HawaiiVisitors

No, nowhere to lock things up. Leave almost everything in your hotel room. Get waterproof cases or dry bags for phone, room key, cash, etc. If you leave it on the beach, count on it being stolen. Something like this

The only place I've seen with lockers is Hanauma Bay and that's not in Waikiki.

u/2_4_16_256 · 1 pointr/nexus6

I use this when I go kayaking and haven't had any problems. There are a bunch of other brands that basically sell the same thing

u/jafbfa · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I use this when I think I am going near water-

I am not a skier, and this would not do anything for impact. However, the lanyard on mine is sturdy and I tie it to the key loop ring in my bag so if it does fall out, it doesnt fall far. There is risk of loss/damage once taken out to use it.

u/erodious · 1 pointr/electricdaisycarnival

I've been putting my phone into the bladder slot/pocket inside of one of these:

Granted you can't access your phone easily but it gives great peace of mind without having to keep something on your waist.

u/moch1 · 1 pointr/oneplus

In my opinion the Diztronic case is rather thin and it definitely has a lip to protect the glass.

u/lutgholein · 1 pointr/oneplus

For my old OPO, I tried on a bunch of cases, including Tudia, Cruzerlite, Diztronic, Diztronic Ultra, and Ringke FUSION. I ended up sticking with Diztronic Ultra, but the problem with all those cases was that they all covered up the sexy Sandstone finish.

So I got the Sandstone case this time for my OP3, and also the Black Apricot to change it up once in a while.

As for screen protectors, right now I have the official OP3 tempered glass screen protector. The quality is really nice and it feels good to the touch, but it really bothers me that it doesn't cover the whole screen, leaving a significant gap on the edges.

The whole point of tempered glass screen protectors is to absorb shock if the phone is dropped, so that the protector cracks leaving the phone screen/digitizer intact, so if this phone gets dropped on its corners or edges, this tempered glass screen protector wouldn't do much to help.

Another issue is that the official screen protector is narrower than the width of the screen, the gap it leaves is bigger than the side bezels, so it makes the display look weird.

I ordered the PLESON full screen tempered glass today, but somebody was telling me in another thread that it sucks, so IDK, we'll see how it goes.

u/luvablemarmot · 1 pointr/oneplus

I purchased a Pelosi Flip cover case which I really liked for a few minutes until I couldn't get my phone out of the case. Switched to the Diztronic case and its fantastic. Light, thin and easy to take on and off. Links to both cases below (also the places I got them from)

u/KoaKoaKoa · 1 pointr/oneplusone

I use these

Glass Screen Protector:

Orzly® - OnePlus ONE Premium Tempered Glass 0.24mm

Thin Sturdy Rubber Phone Case:

Diztronic Full Matte Black Flexible TPU Case for OnePlus One

u/crazytaco124 · 1 pointr/oneplus

How is it? Does it look/feel like wood IRL, or is it just platic? I just ordered this one, but I will probably get the wood one instead if it is sturdy

u/DudeShift · 1 pointr/oneplus

Is there any reason why you went with it rather then the Diztronic case?

u/reddituser6579 · 1 pointr/oneplus

Diztronic case is very thin and my cousin has one on his OPO.


u/The42c0w · 1 pointr/oneplus

is it possible to give a comparison between the TUDA and the diztronic? (

im a bit torn on which one to choose

u/spacemanvt · 1 pointr/Axon7

is the Spigen case quite thick?
I have a Diztronic case for my oneplus which is very slim and nice... is this similar:

u/0x0001111 · 1 pointr/oneplus

Not a bad case, but I would highly suggest getting this.

u/javapocalypse · 1 pointr/oneplus

+1 for Diztronic, I've gotten their cases for my last 2 phones. And will buy the one for this phone if I ever get one. Amazon link

u/GumGumGuy · 1 pointr/oneplus

This is the best cover according to reddit.
Bought it a few weeks ago and it's the best. It match perfect with this screen protector:

u/dhol604 · 1 pointr/oneplus

It sticks out ever so slightly. Hard to notice. I have a bumper on my phone too, so I can't actually notice it...

But my phone is uber protected with low cost and almost no inconvenience. Still looks great and low profile. If I sell mine, I can sell it as 'like new' which I did with my Nexus 5 - same protection.



u/comady25 · 1 pointr/Android

What works:

  • Headphone jack

  • Removable battery (I have this 3x extended battery)

  • IR blaster

  • SD Card

    What doesn't work

  • Phone bootloops

  • u tell me!!

    Don't forget to buy me a beer and click Thanks if this helped you!
u/thisishowiinternet · 1 pointr/pokemongo
u/autoposting_system · 1 pointr/AskOldPeople

I mean this is certainly true, but usually I have my phone and it's charged already. It's kinda like "the camera you have." I'm not charging a GPS or music player or book reader or alarm clock because I just use my phone for all that.

And if charging stuff is a problem, I highly recommend using a phone with a removable battery and getting a ZeroLemon replacement extended battery. I get about two days of what I would consider "heavy use" out of my phone with mine.

u/Super_Midget · 1 pointr/LGG3

[180 Days Warranty] ZeroLemon LG G3 9000mAh Extended Battery + Rugg...

u/pelvicmomentum · 1 pointr/pics

This (keep in mind the g3 sips its battery power through a coffee straw) + this

u/dadks9999 · 1 pointr/LGG3

I got one last friday and i put it in my phone around 3 that day, it came with about 80% battery ad I left it in my phone all weekend without charging with mild-heavy use, games, youtube, reddit, downloading new apps and trying them out, most of the time and it died around 3AM Sunday night/Monday morning. I'd have to say its a great deal if you can get it for the $60
Amazon Link

As itradedoge said though, it is really large and people I work with have noticed it and have started calling it "The Brick"

u/ando1980 · 1 pointr/LGG3

I have an android watch so need Bluetooth on and also have pretty bad battery life. I get around it by carrying a small battery bank when I won't be near a charger for a while. I am also considering a ZeroLemon LG G3 9000mAh Extended Battery case which would save me having to recharge constantly.

I've heard others use buying extra batteries and swapping them in which is pretty easy on this phone.

u/davidgro · 1 pointr/Android

Sure does. Not as bulky as the ZeroLemon I had on my G3.

u/motcher41 · 1 pointr/LGG3

[180 Days Warranty] ZeroLemon LG G3 9000mAh Extended Battery + Rugg...

u/Swimmer249 · 1 pointr/LGG3

If you don't care about looks or size the ZeroLemon LG G3 9000mAh is the best

u/wizl · 1 pointr/Android

I get 18hrs sot on my note with big add on battery

Buy this case and external battery for your g3

u/dunstbin · 1 pointr/nexus6

Yes, I tried them with the Spigen Slim Armor, which is ironically not that slim. It works on the DT-900/DT-910, though it's a bit more finicky than without it - you have to line it up perfectly and make sure the back is flush with the charger.

I imagine a slimmer case would have no issues, but anything thicker is likely to not work well, if at all.

u/silicon_reverie · 1 pointr/nexus6

How well do the rounded-edge screen protectors work with cases? I'm thinking about picking up either the Spigen Slim Armor or Neo Hybrid, but have no prior experience with tempered glass.

u/RXrenesis8 · 1 pointr/nexus6

I had a Ringke slim in white like you. I have a midnight blue 6 though. (just wanted to see what all the white fuss was about...) After two months of use it's become scratched and smudged and all that sticks out like a sore thumb on the white. It's not pretty...

In addition (and perhaps more importantly) it makes the phone slipperier than it already is!

I just got a Spigen Slim Armor in Metal Slate, which not only matches the nexus 6's colors to the T, it also is a bit grippier, thicker, and has a stand. First impressions say that I'm going to like it a lot more!

It feels much more droppable than the Slim, but I'd get an even thicker one if I was dropping mine "frequently".

u/LordKwik · 1 pointr/nexus6

Cheaper here on Amazon.

I use this one from Spigen, it's really freaking thin, but I feel protected with it.

u/spedmonkeeman · 1 pointr/nexus6

Is this the set of Spigen cases that most people are talking about?

u/nipcarlover · 1 pointr/nexus6
u/erickdredd · 1 pointr/nexus6

I saw some comments saying they're not up on Amazon right now for some reason, probably low stock, who knows... but here ya go

u/Ramrawd · 1 pointr/nexus6

Just bought the Spigen Slim Armor

I've had one on my N5 forever now and it's really impressed me. Not too thick but still does a great job of protecting the phone. The kickstand on the N6 case is an added bonus too!

u/Notch__Johnson · 1 pointr/nexus6

I have this one......dropped it once and seems to have helped. I use the kickstand daily and like the feature

u/LaGrrrande · 1 pointr/nexus6

From what I can tell, the Slim armor has a soft TPU case around the entire phone along with a hard plastic backing covering most of it, the Neo Hybrid has the TPU covering, but a hard plastic bumper that doesn't cover the back of the phone. Now the Ultra Hybrid has soft TPU bumpers around the corners and a clear hard plastic back to it. I have an Ultra Hybrid, a Slim Armor, and a Ringke Max (Comparable to the Slim Armor, only it has a textured plastic back and no kickstand. I'll probably roll with the Ultra Hybrid most of the time so that I can show off the spiffy dbrand white carbon fiber back I've got ordered, and swap the Ringke Max or the Slim Armor for when I'm doing something a bit more prone to phone breakage like hiking or whatever. The product pages on Amazon for the Spigen cases have pretty good pictures of how they each break down, but they can definitely be confusing as to what the differences between each case are.

u/brndnyn · 1 pointr/nexus6

I wonder how the clear Ultra Hybrid case is going to feel on the sides.. Do you think it's going to be hard frosted clear plastic like this one?

u/johnnyboi1994 · 1 pointr/nexus6

I have this, but i also went back to this. I think it's a softer field in the hand and not as noticable as the rugged one. plus it has a clear back that I want to use with a skin I purchased. you'd be happy with either.

u/knuckle_cracker · 1 pointr/nexus6

Nice man! I went with this guy.

u/Alabaster13 · 1 pointr/nexus6

I was thinking about this one from Spigen, but I'm not sure if it attracts fingerprints in the back.

Black bumper w/ clear back

Clear bumper w/ clear back

u/JC_SB · 1 pointr/nexus6

That's an iPad Mini and a Galaxy S3 btw! I have large hands. I'm 6'2" and can palm a basketball. Now if only my Nexus 6 would show up!

Amazon link to case:

u/k4p0ng · 1 pointr/nexus6

i ordered 2 cases.

ringke slim

spigen bumper

i've used both brands for my n4/5. quality products.

u/arduinounor3 · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

I have the Spigen Clear Case and I absolutely love it!

u/dmxoneIuv · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

I use this spigen clear case with my nexus 6p, i even have a d-brand skin on it and it fits fine and shows off the skin while still protecting it from drops and bumps.

u/xTREXEL · 1 pointr/androidcirclejerk

/uj Spigen Ultra Hybrid! Not sure about the ring part though.

u/nearlyescapism · 1 pointr/Android

Maybe try the Spigen Air Cushion

u/TNAEnigma · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

This is the best one.

u/joshisashark · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

Screen protector, yes, I use just the regular ones from best buy, but I would prefer tempered glass. Much more protective. Brother dropped his phone hard and the glass protected the screen from shattering.

I don't own a google store case, but the live cases are pretty popular if you want one custom to you. I really like the design of the Adopted Nexus 6P case on the google store too.

I use the Spigen Rugged Armor, which IMO is the best looking case you can get. If I had any other option for a case though, I'd probably get any really clear thin one and get a Dbrand skin

There isn't any bundles with the 6P that I'm aware of, but regarding your last two questions a simple search on Amazon or Ebay should help you. Just make sure when you're buying USB A to USB C cables, adapters, car chargers, etc. that they're up to USB Spec. Here is a google spreadsheet where you can see nearly all cables and adapters that have been reviewed by Benson. Avoid the ones that aren't approved like the plague and try to buy the ones that are approved for minimum risk of burning down your house/frying your phone.

Other than that I feel you'll find the transition from an Apple device to a Nexus fairly easy, as Nexus provides you with a stock and easy to use Android compared to most other Android flagships.

u/Ruby_Language · 1 pointr/bicycling

I'm using the Quad Lock Front Mount with the Quad Lock Universal Adapter. You pretty much attach the universal adapter to your phone case and you're good to go. I also have a Nexus 6P and I'm using this case if that helps.

u/oldneckbeard · 1 pointr/Nexus

I ordered the Spigen Rugged Armor. Seems to be a favorite, after they fixed all their sensor-blocking issues.

If that one is too bulky or grippy (like collecting all dust from my pocket, not coming out of pocket easily, etc), I'll probably look at the Spigen Exact Fit.

u/djembeplayer · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

Chiming in with my experience...I had mine on the roof of my car while I loaded my bike. I drove away, forgot about the phone, turned around, found the phone in a dusty, gravel parking lot working normally with no cracks in the screen. I run with the spigen rugged armor case. I will always trust the spigen cases, I had this phone go flying into parking lots or slip out of my hands and have been "lucky" each time.

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Condition: Pretty much perfect, had a tempered glass screen protector and a case on it since about a week after I got it.


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Any additional information: I don't have the original charger for it so it'd just be a generic apple plug that I'll throw in most likely with a 3ft type C cable. The case is a spigen rugged armor case from here, and I'll leave the screen protector on. Never unlocked the bootloader so it's still running stock everything and it is unlocked.

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u/parion · 1 pointr/Android

I got this bad boy:

[Nexus 6P Case, Spigen® Rugged Armor] (

So thin, feels really good in the hand, eliminates the hump, and protects your phone very well.

u/speedyscrublord · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

I love the phone's bare look but I love it too much to end up having it slip out of my pocket and into the street or tile floor.

Spigen makes some fantastic, good looking, slim cases for the 6P. A couple people have said that my phone looks better with the Rugged Armor case as supposed to without it. I feel no compromise in using a case.

Here's a link to the one I am talking about:

u/smonty · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

bear motion is my personal favorite and my every day carry case. I like the grip it provides with the textured backing. Lacks top and bottom coverage though.

Spigen rugged armor I use this one if I feel I might benefit from a little more protection. But prefer bear motion for the slim and grippy feel. Also prefer the uncovered buttons on bear motion.

u/douglask · 1 pointr/AndroidQuestions

Spigen Rugged Armor:

Oh, and a Nilkin Tempered Glass screen protector. I find Nilkin's fit and finish is better than many of the ones out there... worth the extra price.

u/i_teach_internet · 1 pointr/AndroidQuestions

one of these and one of these

The Spigen has a slight bulk to it, but is a solid case. The Google case is more of a novelty with the extra button, but is slimmer and protects pretty well.

u/RawPacket · 1 pointr/GalaxyS7

As someone who's owned the 6P for a few months on Project Fi - I can tell you that it's a pretty good phone. I haven't experienced any of the issues that Cykahui has had, and he's just really bitter.

The screen's been excellent - videos are wonderful to watch on it, and there has been no "Yellowing" or visual degradation of any kind.

The bezels aren't noticeably bad in any way. However, if you get a case for the 6P - it will inch it into "a tad too large" territory depending on the case. I use this Spigen Case with my 6P. I also use this Tech Armor screen protector - not because I lack faith in the Gorilla Glass, but just as an "extra layer" against typical unexpected life events.

The phone still feels solid, I've dropped it twice down the side of my car seat, once getting it wedged between the metal seat slide and the floor, and on extracting it there were no scrapes or scratches.

I am very happy with my 6P, however at times using custom launchers, it does prove to be a little sluggish. Using the stock launcher/Google Now launcher I didn't have any performance issues. The fingerprint unlock works well, the NFC works flawlessly with my YubiKey NEO, and it picks up my voice far more accurately than my Moto X 2014 ever did - and that phone was supposed to have a dedicated processor for voice input.

I have no doubt the Samsung S7 Edge is a fine phone, though historically I've been dubious of Samsung's insistence on customizing everything, and the utility of an edge screen still hasn't been proven to me yet. Either way, I think both will prove to be fine for you - but don't let Cykahui get to you. He's irreverent and acidic.

u/JayKralie · 1 pointr/Nexus

The case I'm using on it right now is actually quite thick (although not as ridiculously thick as a typical Otterbox case for the iPhone). This is the case I've been using since day one. It's a rather nice case, but the thickness does make the phone slightly bulkier. However, my original reply above was written based on my use of the 6P with this case on it every day, so even with a thick case, I still feel like the phone's size is manageable. I must point out that the phone is slightly easier to use without the case on it. (On a somewhat unrelated note, the lip on the sides of the case also is not high enough to fit over top of a glass screen protector, so be aware that the buttons on the side of the case will be misaligned with the actual buttons on the phone.)

If you're worried about the size and you're not prone to accidentally dropping your phone from more than a couple of feet in the air, I would just go with a thinner TPU case. I like my case, but it has its flaws, and there are definitely thinner ones out there for the 6P.

u/Xanthito · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

That's what I have. Pretty much all matte black apart from the small parts at the top and bottom.

u/Wildperson · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

I'm a fan of this one. Fits perfectly, doesn't block any sensors, and lets me take screenshots. It's also absorbed a couple decent drops already (waist height). Only downside in my mind is that the corner of the charging hole digs into my pinkie finger given how I hold the phone.

u/KentuckyHouse · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

Yes, the Diztronic will work with a screen protector. I have a glass screen protector on my 6P and the Diztronic works fine with it.

An alternative suggestion for a case would be the Spigen Rugged Armor. This is the one I use daily and it's basically the Diztronic with a bit more style on the back (the inlaid carbon fiber accents). This one also works perfectly fine with a screen protector.

Spigen Rugged Armor:

This is the glass protector that I'm using:

u/WACOMalt · 1 pointr/Nexus6P is the one I love. I ordered 4 different cases. and the two spigen ones are my favorite. The other spigen one is a hard plastic one here:

u/ItsSquishy42 · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

Those spigen TGSPs look good. I'll probably grab one of those with a Rugged Armor case.

u/tallbeerlover · 1 pointr/Nexus6P
  1. Fits in my pocket just fine

  2. No

  3. A little slippery, I bought the Spigen Rugged case
u/Rexus5 · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

We just had a similar discussion in this thread.

My recommendation would be the Nilkin case that you can pick up for ~$5 from eBay. It's extremely thin, fits great, and provides ample protection (even from drops).

I purchased the Spigen Thin Fit case from Amazon but didn't like it at all. Gave it a 2.5/5 in the thread I linked in my first sentence.

u/ahmedouvix · 1 pointr/PickAnAndroidForMe

that's a nice decision keeping both phones. i am going to purchase one too next month

about the case

i like this one

but it's not leather. i can't find a good leather case.

u/chunkyrice · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

I saw someone say the same thing on Amazon. It's $12 there right now.

u/beamin45 · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

I use this one:

so far so good. Hardly any bulk. I typically use my phone without a case, but i got so used to the soft touch nexus 5 back and this feels just like it.

u/Sugarlips_Habasi · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

Spigen thin case because the texture provides a grip on my $400 phone.

u/Itonlyburnsalittle · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

I have had the black one for many months and love it. It is starting to crack just a bit and I think I will order a fresh one soon. Go for it!

u/tc2k · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

You should, it's a great phone and I'm planning to keep it until the successor to the initial Pixel phones. Camera is great all around, HDR makes low light scenes great. The display is AMAZING, I use the multi-window option to do two tasks at once since the display is big enough. Updates will still be flowing in a couple more years and maybe a few more for security updates.

If you also decide to get a case without adding too much extra surface area, this Spigen thin-fit case IS AMAZING!

u/narutoninjakid · 1 pointr/samsung

Best one I found. Many great reviews and encases the whole phone. Also wireless charge works. Bonus it holds down any screen protector you use so it doesn't peel up. $18

Galaxy S7 Edge Case, SUPCASE Full-body Rugged Holster Case WITHOUT Screen Protector for Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (2016 Release), Unicorn Beetle PRO Series - Retail Package(Black/Black)

u/Arkaedrian · 1 pointr/GalaxyS7

Thanks for the reply!

The Unicorn Beetle pro Full case that I would get though doesn't come with a screen protector (

I've never been a fan of them and am generally very careful with my phones (upgrading from a 3+ year old S3).

Should I get a screen protector for this phone though?

u/Ineffablemo · 1 pointr/GalaxyS7

I use this case for the ruggedness and it has saved my phone from a handful of drops. Unicorn Beetle (Black/Black)

As for screen protector I use because I'm usually outside taking picture and don't have to worry about glare or finger prints on the screen.
It does raise on the edge occasionally but I remove case and press on the sides with a credit card and let it sit for 10-15 mins and BANG, you can't tell there's a screen protector on it.

u/Batwaffel · 1 pointr/GalaxyS7

Am I seeing this right? I know the listing is without the screen protector for the edge but does this mock-up mean they have one with a screen protector or one coming? It would be the first full phone protector case I've seen with an S7 Edge screen protector on it.

u/shane2811 · 1 pointr/GalaxyS7

I honestly cannot say anything bad about this case. Provides great protection while staying very thin. Everything is snug and cutouts are perfect.

u/Inoimispel · 1 pointr/S7Edge

I got the unicorn beetle from amazon. Cheap but built surprisingly well. It is designed with a bezel the clicks into place around the the front of the screen and holds down the edges to any screen protector you add.

I got the Zagg soft screen protector but I see the Yootech gets excellent reviews on Amazon for a fraction of the price.

u/RyuTheGreat · 1 pointr/GalaxyS7
u/pharmbuyr · 1 pointr/S7Edge

I just got this case yesterday and love it! It is as good as an OtterBox (although it does not have the plastic screen protector) for less than half the price. $17.99 @ Amazon


I am using an Armorsuit screen protector, which is also pretty cool. Installation is a bit daunting but it seems to be great so far. Good luck.

u/Jelcen · 1 pointr/oneplus

this is the one i got

Yeah I agree, the wood cases look cool, but I don't think they will do much to protect the phone. This case also does put a lip around the screen like the otterbox cases which should help a lot too - but i love this phone so much i'll do everything i can to not drop it, the case is just there for daily protection from scuffs and etc lol - i also love how the buttons are covered so they don't get liquid in them and stuff (nexus 4 got a tiny drop of water under the button and the volume rocker started working very randomly)

u/NotALobster · 1 pointr/oneplus

Yea I've tried these as well and the same issue persists. Upon reflection maybe my case is causing it to be nudged in some way. It's this one

u/el_n00bo_loco · 1 pointr/oneplus
u/Kiakri · 1 pointr/oneplus

Came across this -

Can't find any reviews for it.

Sadly Spigen haven't made anything for the OP3 yet. Edit Apart from this

u/v36 · 1 pointr/oneplus

I thought the same, but a quick search of the product number brought me here, which kinda makes me a believer.

edit: nvm, this looks fake too (see edges on the back left)
and idk why I'm digging the web for a case smh.

u/swirlled_ · 1 pointr/oneplus

Yeah I agree, I don't like the issue with the camera bump either on the Flexicase. But another case that has caught my eye was the Spigen case thats available for purchase soon, it's not a clear case like the Flexicase or anything but it looks clean and looks promising. Check it out and tell me what you think!

u/berzerkbunny32 · 1 pointr/OnePlus3T

Spigen Rugged Armor Designed for OnePlus 3 Case/Designed for OnePlus 3T Case (2016) - Black

u/ThatGuyTaylor · 1 pointr/oneplus

Thats a good piece of info on moving photos and such, thanks for that!
Was mainly asking for apps cause I see alot of people on this board talking about different updates and such but have no clue as to what they are; any kind that enhance the phone really.
Is this the case you were referring too - Looks simple design which is nice.
Ill look into a TGSP at a later date then, definitely dont want the rainbow effect really.
I did compare the size of my IPhone to a OP3T in a store and it was ridiculous, I find the IPhone screen way to small now making it hard to text.

u/-Anne- · 1 pointr/oneplus
u/types-with_penis · 1 pointr/Android

I got this case and I'm pretty satisfied with it.

u/oscillatingobsession · 1 pointr/oneplus

Cases I'm currently considering:

Hardshell (similar to the OP cases):

u/veediepoo · 1 pointr/oneplus

this is the one I bought. Feels really good in-hand. Wouldn't call it grippy but it's a really sleek and robust design i think

u/rtdzign · 1 pointr/Pixel3a

Just look up "floating phone pouch" on Amazon. I went kayaking a little while ago and in the office they were selling these. Some have IPx8 rating. You can still take photos or use your phone, through the plastic, and if you drop it in water it will float on the surface.

This is similar to the one I picked up.

u/gardobus · 1 pointr/lgv20

As the other reply said, you'll probably have to use a generic waterproof phone pouch/bag because there isn't a V20-specific case that is waterproof. At least not that I've seen.

Here's an example:

Just double check dimensions since the V20 is a beast.

u/mb2231 · 1 pointr/Cruise

I always bring my phone off the ship to take pictures and stuff. I bought these which worked great around the water. The lanyard part of it was great for keeping it on my person.

u/crazy_family · 1 pointr/kayakfishing
u/danielisgreat · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I was hoping for something more durable and reusable. Something like but a lot of them say they might not fit larger phones or defender cases, and this is both

And some of those float our have retention mechanism

u/thelemonademan · 1 pointr/GalaxyNote9

Might not be big enough to have a giant battery case, but this one fits my Note 9 in the Samsung Rugged case (which is a decently bulky case)

u/rem87062597 · 1 pointr/Kayaking

I use this and keep it around my neck. I've submersed it with a tissue in it and haven't had any leaks so I trust it with my phone, I've never had an issue.

My wife puts her phone in a smaller dry bag along with our keys and my wallet, which we then buckle to the front strap of my kayak.

u/itscostas · 1 pointr/lgv20

I was using this one and replaced it with a Spigen that I've had better luck with, and also picked up a Spigen tempered glass screen protector.

u/mjsnyder15 · 1 pointr/lgv20

This is the case I've been using since I got the phone. It's not thick and it does very well for me. It's fallen on it's screen a couple times from my desk at work and not one scratch. Would highly recommend.

u/theperfectwatermelon · 1 pointr/lgv20

What's your battery life like? Screen on time you usually get?

Also have this case and it's pretty nice, I also wanna get a dbrand skin skin they're cheap and have a lot of options.

u/pilotharrison · 1 pointr/lgv20

I wanted to buy the Spigen one when I got the V20 back when it was released, but Amazon was out of stock so I settled for the Ringke one.

It's survived multiple drops from shoulder level to gravel without barely any scratches to the case...

u/tek_thetech_tap · 1 pointr/lgv20

I use this Ringke Onyx case for $10, it's highly durable, it provides protection for camera bump and also raised for screen protection. It also fits perfectly while also being easy to take it off. I use this case from the day I bought my V20 until today. It's already take quite a beating but still looking sleek. I also like the side grips this case provides.

u/Illuminatisamoosa · 1 pointr/lgv20

Here's my 2cents. Advice above regarding cases is sound. The curved screen makes it hard to protect. So I initially ordered the uag rugged case. You can drop the phone from anywhere and it will be 100s. However, it was too much. The phone was just to bulky, my pockets were getting ruined, and the aux and charging ports were too much of a mission to access. So I have changed to this:

And it's amazing. I'll risk the screen for the slim fit.

Battery- I got this 2 weeks ago and have been swapping it daily with my original battery. So far seems legit and works better than the original:

u/bignoseduglyguy · 1 pointr/lgv20

Came here to say the say the same

u/jag986 · 1 pointr/lgv20

I picked up this one

Very thin profile with a lip over the front and extends beyond the camera bulge and holds it about a millimeter or two above the resting surface. Cutouts are super accurate and it feels good and grippy in the hand.

u/GET_OUT_OF_MY_HEAD · 1 pointr/Vive

People buy floor mats so they can turn the Chaperone off. If you're okay with a grid popping up in front of you when you get too close to the boundaries of your play space, then you don't need a mat.

As for padding the walls, people buy those after they've destroyed their first controller from punching a wall. If you are able to turn off that animalistic part of your brain that convinces you what you're experiencing is real, then you don't have to worry about padding your walls. But almost nobody is able to do that right away -- especially when they're new to VR -- so I'd recommend buying some skins for your controllers (and possibly headset too).

u/dont-laugh · 1 pointr/Vive

I wish they were cheaper. Already had to buy two replacements after killing my original two controllers with sweat damage. Tip - check these out. I got them a few months ago and they do a great job of protecting the controllers from sweat and scratches.

u/tonydesappio · 1 pointr/Vive

Hyperkin HTC Vive GelShell Wand Silicone Skin (Gray) - PC

u/szoguner · 1 pointr/Vive

Thanks for sharing

I was printing the cups, but on about 70% it broke (Y axe not calibrated properly, moved the whole part from the spot so i had to stop)
I have to recalibrate my printer and try it again.

I suggest using duct tape. Its what im using for my current stock. Or buy those silicone covers, should work great too (heard from Protubevr creator he tested and they work as good as the ones with it).

u/Celsian · 1 pointr/Vive

I have these in white

You have no idea how many times you'll bang them together trying to pull the pin out of a grenade. Just buy them. Much less frequently I hit myself in the HMD, these are perfect for softening those blows as well. I also don't recommend any other brands as I've never tried them and these had the best reviews when I got them.

u/phimath · 1 pointr/Vive

Don't think it would stop ribbons from coming loose, but I use these and they at least stop scuffs and scratches both on my walls and on the controllers as well. I'm sure they absorb a little bit of the impact in larger hits, but I doubt its anything substantial.

They are a great product though. I got them in white with for the HMD to match, and they both fit perfectly and look dope too.

u/roytay · 1 pointr/Vive

I knocked over my display (my desk faces the play area) and scraped a controller against the wall hard. No serious damage but...

I was having so much fun, I didn't even care. I just laughed.

You might want some gel controller covers though.

u/ThatsMrDunnToYou · 1 pointr/Vive

I picked up the Hyperkin silicone shells. here They keep it from getting scratched and absorb a small amount of the shock from contact.

u/topherhunt · 1 pointr/Vive

The protectors I got are here: and they work great, comfortable etc.

u/PHLAK · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I got a Bear Motion case for my Pixel for just this reason. It's very slim, adds a lot of grip and doesn't detract (much) from the sleek look of the Pixel.

u/TyroshiSellsword · 1 pointr/GooglePixel
u/dranani · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

dont know if you are still looking or not but I have this Bear Motion case and I love it. Doesn't offer much protection though

u/toddsts · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Bear Motion cases on Amazon are really thin.

I have one on my Pixel and it's a good scratch protector, but not much else. But that's what I want. It barely adds any bulk to the phone at all.

u/Duraz0rz · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Here's a really slim case that barely adds any weight or thickness, but gives the phone some much needed texture and http in the back. I bought this after seeing some people mention it on here and it's the exact thing I look for in a case. Not any impact protection at all, but covers enough to protect from scratches and scuffs.

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u/NatoBoram · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

The Bear Motion looks so good!

u/Umbristopheles · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I specifically bought this case to increase grip and it does very well without really adding bulk. A bonus is I put one of those metal plates on the inside of it and I can now use magnetic mounts in my car.

u/sigilizer · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

It's definitely not leather... Ultra Slim Case for Google Pixel Case - Bear Motion Premium Back Cover for Google Pixel - Sandy (Black)

u/omicron_IL · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

So.... I, too, hate cases on phones but I'm SUPER prone to dropping my phone.

Enter the Spigen case.

You can thank me for this one later... I use this on my Pixel and it is awesome. Super lightweight but protects the phone from screen-down drops. I've dropped my Pixel at least a dozen times now and it's got nary a dent on it.

u/ph0b0z · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Last time i was to a Saturn haven't seen any Pixel accessories, maybe just call first? But if there's nothing in the online store.. I think you're out of luck. :)

Free (as in: I have Amazon Prime) same day delivery is applicable to this case, which i can recommend (apart from it being a bit ugly..):

u/GuyYouKnowFrmNowhere · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Yeah, It was the rugged armor case for me that caused the issue. Spigen refuses to admit its a problem and won't redesign it. I'm using a case from Caseology now and my autofocus is perfect.

u/etsai · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Here's the case. I love it so far. What type of pictures in particular would you like?

u/Reno277 · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Depends on how important waterproofing is to you but one of these has done me well.

Then you can get whatever case you want otherwise. I combo Spigen Rugged Armor with one of those.

If protection is a big concern, Otterbox commuter is half the price of the Lifeproof.

u/pvito · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I have four different types of cases but my favorite by far is the Bear Motion Ultra Slim Case I have it in red and it looks great on my black Pixel. The red looks kinda pink on amazon but it is just red.

Also have the Spigen Rugged Armor for when I think I may need a bit more protection.

u/SuperAndroidDude · 1 pointr/GooglePixel
u/desai827 · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

For the standard Pixel, I recommend the Spigen Rugger Rugged Armor (this is what I have) and for the Pixel XL, I recommend the Spigen Neo Hybrid

Personally, I've used Spigen cases for a while now and they've always served me well. I'd have opted for the Neo Hybrid for my Pixel is they made it, unfortunately, they don't. That being said, I'm very happy with the Rugged Armor case.

u/CZbwoi · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Would you get those two over this Spigen case?

u/Riverpeth · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Lmao, I'm actually Canadian! I went out of my way to find an American link since I figured it would be more applicable to most.

In that case, I have the Spigen Ultra Hybrid and Rugged Armor, and both are very slim.

u/kairon156 · 1 pointr/AndroidQuestions

Another case that caught my eye is the [Spigen Rugged Armor] ( I like that it hugs the case and isn't as bulky as the UAG. I watched a few drop tests for cases but there aren't any for the Pixel with a group of cases yet.

u/BlackholeDevice · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

At the very least. I would recommend a grip case. I love my XL and all, but it's a bit too slippery. I bought for mine (the XL version, of course). I'm loving it. It's TPU, so it's flexible, yet semi-rigid. It adds almost nothing to the size of the phone and it grips pretty well.

u/thehashrocket · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I've got the regular sized version of this case and so far I've been ok. But yeah, it's the exact same case, just smaller. I'll be keeping an eye out for that slot to make sure it stays clean. Thank you for the heads up!

u/DIGGYReddit · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I came from a Nexus 5 rooted on 4.4.4KK vanilla with some tweaks, which is almost as ancient sans the LTE (yes I'm still using it as a backup phone/random gaming phone at home). Here's what I've learned.

Case - I'm using a Spigen Rugged Armor, surpsingly it's thinner (despite it's name) than the Ultra Hybrid that's so popular. It is a bit tacky with the fake CF at the bottom, but the phone has just the right amount of grip, and buttons/ports are all working as intended. Can't complain about the price.

Screen Pro - although everyone has their choices, at least in Canada we don't get a good price on so from the CaseBase 2-in-1 is the best for full coverage (only cutouts for the earpiece speaker and prox sensor) for the money

The swiping down from the fingerprint sensor on the back is actually quite easy to do, even with a case on. Definitely easier than trying to get to the top to swipe down one-handed (at least the way I hold my phone).

SystemUITuner - Enable battery % - Waiting on NRT, but WugFresh's Pixel XL was lost in shipment, so it's going to be a while till we get it.

Turn on the notification light (yes, there's one hidden in the earpiece speaker grill). Settings --> Notifications --> Gear Icon --> Pulse notification light

If you care about e-mail, make sure to enable gMail to have unrestricted background data access. I found when the phone was "sleeping" e-mails weren't being pushed so a notification could wake the phone and notify me. Settings --> Apps --> Gmail --> Data Usage. This also works for any other apps you want to be able to use data while the phone is in doze.

u/originalmoose · 1 pointr/technology

I have the Pixel XL and I can say I am completely happy with it (Switched to ProjectFi as well, I only use a little over a gig a month so its pretty cheap).

Battery life has been amazing. I don't use my phone a whole lot (browsing reddit, reading work emails, occasional youtube videos, looking up stuff, I might try a game every now and again but I prefer pc for that) and I probably get a solid two days in between charges to 70-80%. I'll occasionally charge to 100% if I'm going to be using a lot of GPS or something.

Performance wise no complaints either, everything feels really snappy and I haven't noticed and lag. I'd recommend a case because the metal body is slippery if your hands are dry, and one time it slipped out of my pocket onto the concrete when I knelt down putting a nice little scuff on the corner. I bought the following case and screen protector

The two pack of screen protectors is nice because you will eventually break one, I know I did.

u/go3dprintyourself · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Spigen Rugged Armor Google Pixel XL Case with Resilient Shock Absorption and Carbon Fiber Design for Google Pixel XL 2016 - Black

Tried a few this is the best no joke. Good protection and the power button has texture.

u/BenjaminGeiger · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I have this Spigen case and love it. Before that, I had a clear Google case which broke and kinda looked ugly.

u/IronedShirts · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Yes-- Keep checking this a few times a day until the model you want doesn't say "Out of Stock"

I love this phone. It's really nice. Using the Google site above, I paid $649 for the phone, $120 extra to make it "pixel XL" and $100 extra to make it 128GB. I didn't pay the extra $100 for the extended warranty, because I bought this case and this case and plan to keep it super safe. All in all it was about $924 with tax.

Using the standard free shipping Google provided, I got my phone in two days. Some people who got their phone through Verizon have been waiting several months at this point.

I also got my Daydream View VR headset last night, and I spent about 5 hours on it having a blast. It is amazing all you can do. The only issue I (and everyone else) has is that after about an hour the phone says "Please remove your phone so it can cool off" and then you realize your phone feels like a piece of molten lava. AKA, it gets very hot after about an hour of VR use. But you simply put in on a table and after maybe 6 minutes it's fine again for another hour.

Please let me know what questions you have about this phone.

u/the_flying_pussyfoot · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I made a post but apparently automatically deleted because the URL shortner on the Youtube Video. Second time is the charm?

Spigen Rugged Armor Case

"Lightbar" Decals

Spigen Ultra Hybrid

Poetic Affinity Case For XL

Orzly Fusion Bumper Case

Orzly Airframe case

Caseology Parallax Case

Rhinoshield Bumper Case XL

Orzly Pixel XL Glass

Tronsmart Type-C Charger

Type-C to Type-C Cable (USB 2.0)

Satechi Type-C Card Reader

Sandisk USB Type-C Flash Drive

Micro USB to USB C Keychain

Note: I edited the "Lightbar" link to the original Reddit post linked in the article. The post has details how to buy it. In case you want to view the article it self you can click here

u/Aceblast135 · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I have the Spigen Rugged Armor Case and man I love this case. The design is superb and it's very grippy. I know this phone won't be slipping out of my hands.

No kickstand though, but it is a great case.

u/bbarber4 · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I'm loving this Spigen Rugged case so far. Very easy to pop on/off and it looks great

u/LiL_BrOwNiE247 · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

OP do you happen to have the Spigen Rugged Armor case? I was considering getting that case but if it causes issues then I might have to reconsider.

u/ADubs62 · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Spigen Rugged Armor I'm a huge fan of this case it's really the only case I've ever used on any phone that I don't feel a compulsive need to strip off.

I also don't have a screen protector and despite having a fairly rough job at times I only have a few very minor superficial scratches that I can only see with the screen off, a freshly cleaned screen and the light hitting it just right.

u/olassayi · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Actually it's not diztronic case

Google Pixel Case, Maxboost mSnap Thin Cases [Perfect Fit] [Black] EXTREME Smooth Surface with Anti-Slip Matte Coating for Excellent Grip Hard Protect

u/toriitelini · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Google Pixel Case, Maxboost mSnap Thin Cases [Perfect Fit] [Black] EXTREME Smooth Surface with Anti-Slip Matte Coating for Excellent Grip Hard Protective PC Covers For Google Pixel 2016

This is the one I have. Really thin, fits well, protects everything. I really like it

u/bravoavocado · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

My phone is a tool these days and I am boring.

128GB Black Pixel in a thin black shell and no screen protector. I stuck a metal plate inside the case so I can slap it on my car mount.

Stock Pixel Launcher; not even rooted. I VPN to my home network at all times and route DNS through my Pi-Hole for ad-blocking.

For years, starting with my Nexus S, I used to flash firmware daily, swap between kernels just as frequently, custom themes, KLWP, blah, blah, blah. I'm a busy dude now. I have 3 kids and a very demanding IT career. I have other tech toys to play with, but my phone just needs to work, every minute of every day. The Pixel does and I love it.

u/choose_the_rice · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I love my black Maxboost case. It's pretty thin and looks badass with my Quite Black. When I had an iPhone it was also my favorite brand of case.

I even bought and returned one of the $40 Google cases with the map print. It just didn't look as good as the really cheap Maxboost.

u/joetheshm0 · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I loved my Ringke Slim on my Nexus 5X and was sad to see them not make a Slim for the Pixel, so I went with this and I dig it

u/nycska · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I've got this Maxboost mSnap and it's pretty sleek compared to my Caseology, which I use every day for the extra protection.

I tied a small quick release lanyard to the mSnap and attach it inside my ski jacket. Still fits nicely with that loop through there.

u/newone757 · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I don't like the bear motion because it leaves the top and bottom wide open. I got the Max boost Msnap and love it. It's super thin, phone almost feels naked

u/Araziah · 1 pointr/essential

The 2 stores by me don't have any cases or screen protectors.

There are only 3 cases I can find right now.

  • Incipio clear and has reviews of not playing nice with screen protectors.
  • Tudia comes in 3 colors and is the cheapest of the lot.
  • Viva Madrid clear with metallic accents.

    These are the only ones I could find last night that are made specifically for the essential phone.

    dbrand makes some skins which should help with the slipperiness if you don't particularly care about edge protection from a case.
u/webwarmiller · 1 pointr/essential

I'm happy with the Tudia case. It looks much better in person than in the photos...doesn't look as gaudy. The nubby texture on the sides is great and the fit is as good as I've seen a TPU case on any phone. I don't use screen protectors on this phone or any phone.

u/Nuckles37 · 1 pointr/essential
  1. I use this Tudia case, it looks way better in person than in the photos (the white-ish lines/bits are black in person and are a bit reflective), adds some grip, it feels like it adds a decent amount of protection, the buttons still feel great, and it's not bulky:

  2. I would recommend updating to the latest version before putting in your sim card or logging into your google account (I had to update/restart my phone twice to get fully updated). Once that's done, factory reset then put your sim in and log into your google account.

  3. If jitter is very noticeable and it bothers you, unlock the developer options and tune Touch Sensitivity down (I have mine at 4). You can also turn off Grip Rejection if you don't have a problem accidentally touching the edges of the screen.

  4. I'm on Koodo and my area has weak 4G/LTE and the phone's poor reception makes it worse, but when I switch to 3G only mode I get full/mostly full bars all of the time. Wifi is also a bit weaker than on my previous phones but I haven't had problems because of it.

  5. I personally found the icons to be too small on this phone so I used nova launcher to increase them to 140%. I don't know if that's an option on the free version or if you have to pay a few bucks for nova launcher prime.

  6. Using a dark background will cause the pull-down/notification menu to be black, using a lighter background will cause it to be white. (I wish you could manually assign it)

  7. Not a must-do, but I installed Arnova8G2's v7beta9 google camera port/mod and I think it takes noticeably better pictures than the default camera app on the phone.
u/Helios119 · 1 pointr/essential

I'm a little late, but the Tudia TAMM has worked great for me. Matte, no cutouts, does have some patterns on the side for grip and the top/bottom for...coolness I guess. Protected my phone when it fell from like stomach height off my bed onto tile. Link if you wanna check it out:

u/NoOpG · 1 pointr/essential

I have been using this one for the past 6 months and I'm extremely pleased with it. Fits perfectly, doesn't interfere with the screen & is slim and just smooth enough to slide in/out of pocket with minimal resistance.
Essential Phone PH-1 Case, TUDIA Carbon Fiber Design Lightweight [TAMM] TPU Bumper Shock Absorption Cover for Essential Phone PH-1 (Black)

u/chintu30 · 1 pointr/essential

Just moved from iPhone 6s, been using for 2 weeks.

  1. So far I haven't experienced any touch latency. Scrolling has been smooth.
  2. I've ordered this, yet to receive.
  3. Call quality has been spotty at times, I have had a few call drops. But nothing too terrible
  4. No issues with USB-C audio quality so far. But I haven't tested this thoroughly.
u/SIRHC119 · 1 pointr/essential

I got this screen protector:

and this case:

They fit perfectly together and haven't had any issues with either.

u/PDXMatthew · 0 pointsr/LGG3

This is the only one that I've ever seen. It's just... I don't have words for how hideous it is.

u/JeffTAC4 · 0 pointsr/nexus6

That's the Spigen Ultra Hybrid (available cheaper on Amazon).

u/Akomack31 · 0 pointsr/Nexus6P

I have the Spigen Ultra Hybrid And don't have any issues with swiping from the edge. Just a suggestion

u/boomchaos · 0 pointsr/Nexus6P
u/HTMP · 0 pointsr/Nexus6P

I use this Spigen Thin fit case.

I would definitely recommend.

u/prezdizzle · 0 pointsr/Vive

Does anyone with the GelShell controller skins have a comment on whether they improve gameplay (i.e. feel better, controller easier to grip, etc)?

I don't care about looks and I'm not worried about my controllers getting scuffed, but I would consider buying if you think tactilely they feel better than original controller?

u/B1GEast · -2 pointsr/tmobile

Doesn't matter to me since its removable, I always buy ZeroLemon batteries.

u/oshinX · -2 pointsr/Nexus6P

Ok I have this J&D Case it's super slim and is more for small drops and cause this phone is super slippery. There is also this Spigen Rugged Case it's more protective without being super bulky. This Supcase Heavy Duty is even more protective. But the most protective case I could find on Amazon that didn't have bad reviews/none was this beauty.

u/LovesFLSun · -3 pointsr/LGG3

[180 Days Warranty] ZeroLemon LG G3 9000mAh Extended Battery + Rugg...

u/birdheh · -6 pointsr/Nexus6P

Spigen Ultra Hybrid Nexus 6P Case with Air Cushion Technology and Hybrid Drop Protection for Nexus 6P 2015 - Crystal Clear

Have had it on for a year, light, thin, and protective