Cellairis Rapture Full Moon Case

Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by c0venant, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. c0venant macrumors regular

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  2. jmanley1 macrumors member

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    I have one. It was the first case I tried out for my black/slate 5. While it is by no means a bad case, quite the contrary, it does add too much bulk and I did not like the 'pin ball' effect that I got when swiping my fingers across the screen.

    I feel like the screen sits too deep down inside the front part. The sides (top/bottom/left/right) on the front part are all raised a little too high for my liking. So I am constantly feeling like my fingers are running out of real estate.

    I am keeping the case, will probably give it to my wife when she upgrades later this month. I settled on the Rocketfish soft shell TPU (clear) case.

    One note, I did find it cheaper at the Cellairis booth at the local mall, cheaper than their own website. I paid $28.99 (plus tax) their site has it listed at $34.99. You might save a few bucks if you can find a Cellairis vendor booth, if you ultimately decide to get one.
     
  3. imazu macrumors regular

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    This is what I use when I 1st had the i5, bought it at a stall. This is bulky than incipio frequency and switcheasy tones.
     
  4. c0venant thread starter macrumors regular

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    thanks. Isn't the rocketfish a thin case? could it be you are used to those? I wonder if it's more bulky than Incipio's DualPro and Speck's CandyShell.

    you mean more or less bulky than those? do you like the case?
     
  5. jmanley1 macrumors member

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    The Rocketfish soft shell is indeed a thin case. It adds no bulk at all. Not sure on the comparison question.

    I did have an Apple bumper on my ip4. Maybe I am used to 'minimal cases'.
     

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