DIZTRONIC Matte Case

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  1. 11bE5 macrumors 6502

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    So as I promised here is some pictures of the DIZTRONIC MATTE case I just got today and I love it, feels amazing looks great with the space gray model and has a great lay on the table design. If you have any questions let me know.

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  2. Jazper macrumors 6502a

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    Was going to get this, but worried about it possibly bending as it's only a soft case, pictures make me want to buy it still though. Eh, what to do
     
  3. acm1108 macrumors regular

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    Is it a hard plastic? Or is it the Rubbery- silicone material?
     
  4. 11bE5 thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Its is a TPU material so it shouldn't stretch unless your taking it off all the time
     
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    I do it was there because I was testing something with Touch ID lol
     
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    Nice case. Had it for the 5 and 5s. I wish it had a cutout for the logo instead of being so boring but definitely a good case.
     
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    DIZTRONIC Matte Case

    They are perfect very tight the have they have the diztronic voyuer that has a cutout for the apple logo and some corner bumbers I bought as well http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00NI6W3T4/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?qid=1413340805&sr=8-3&pi=SY200_QL40

    I'm not the biggest fan of that one but it fits good as well. But the cutouts on the bottom feel half a** done compared to the standard one I posted about I'll take a picture of the phone on that one too.
     
  10. TechnicallyTee macrumors 65816

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    Yeah that's my main concern with the case is how the sides fit and how the little piece of TPU near the charger port.
     
  11. docprego macrumors 65816

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    I just got this case in blue for my 6 Plus. It's definitely a 5 star case. My only beef with it is that there is a beveled edge around the entire perimeter and dust accumulates in there. Otherwise I love it.
     
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    Everything fits snug and nice the lip by the charging port is fine I'm going do a video review here soon
     
  13. mcdj macrumors G3

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    +1 on the beveled edge. Must be cheaper to make that way. If it didn't have that I'd order one.

    Basically I want the NOOT TPU case from the 5/5S updated for the 6. Anyone remember that case? I bought a half dozen of them last year for 12 bucks and gave them to my coworkers...now they all want a NOOT 6. I wrote to NOOT asking for a 6 update and they said "maybe".
     
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    Actually I'm sitting here looking at the phone and the beveled edge is on the front AND rear of the case. It looks GREAT, I actually like it a lot. It just accumulates dust in the groove.
     
  15. TechnicallyTee macrumors 65816

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    Just got this case in the mail and man o man this case is absolutely perfect! Diztronic is really stepping their product up. Nothing is loose and saggy on the phone, nice and snug fit and all the ports and cut outs are lined up perfectly. I was using the apple silicon case and now that's put up and this is my daily driver case. Good lay on the table design and great overall protection in a slim profile. Great case!!!!
     
  16. jkel777 macrumors 6502a

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    Wow! Did not know about these cases until today after reading a few threads/posts about them. They seem to be pretty popular. Just ordered one from Amazon for $9.99 with free one-day shipping! Couldn't resist at that price and they seem like really good cases, going from what others here have said.
     
  17. eyespii macrumors 6502

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    looks really similar to the incipio NGP - any comparisons? I have the NGP, but I'm thinking of returning it. The power button is really stiff, the "seams" on the edges of the case are rough, and although it's smooth-feeling plastic, it seems to develop a little bit of "grittiness" after being in pockets all day (probably all the dust and lint that's sticking to it).
     
  18. jkel777 macrumors 6502a

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    DIZTRONIC Matte Case


    I actually ordered the NGP before learning about the Diztronic... Lol. The NGP comes on Wednesday and the Diztronic comes on Monday. I'll let you know comparisons once I receive both. FWIW, The Wirecutter named the NGP as the best iPhone 6 case so far (used to be the Speck CandyShell). I haven't seen any official reviews of the Diztronic outside of YouTube, but it still looks pretty good.

    I currently have the Tech21 Impact Check case, and I can tell you that both the NGP and Diztronic cases look much more protective at nearly half and a third of the cost.
     
  19. docprego macrumors 65816

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    I Haven't tried the NGP but I can tell you the Diztronic buttons work great! I was actually surprised as many TPU cases I had for my iPhone 5 were a disaster in this regard. The volume buttons have great feedback, hardly no extra force is required to get a click. The power button requires a hair more force but still has great responsiveness. Overall it's a non issue.
     
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    Nope, far from sticking out.
    I've had the Diztronic for 3 days now (bought it after reading mostly good things) and I'm a little torn about it to be honest. The fit is perfect, cutouts are precise, and buttons work great, but there have been some unexpected negatives. For one, the case comes away from the front of the screen more than necessary, making the case larger. It's more protective, but is definitely less comfortable to use. I'm also not sure I care for the material. I'm coming from the 5s leather apple case and this material does not even come close. This one is not as terrible as smooth plastic, but is still slippery and feels a little cheap to me, personally.

    Overall it's okay for now, but I'm keeping my eye closely on the apple leather case... I'm just worried that it won't protect the bottom as well as this one will.

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    Rubbery. It's similar to silicone but the texture is matted and feels more stiff. You can bend it in half if you wanted to (with a little effort), if that helps answer your question.
     
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    Where the Diztronic for Previous devices were just okay and the sides were a little too loose for my liking, this one for the 6 Plus is absolutely perfect. I really count ask for a better case. It's slept on because it's $9.99.
     
  23. docprego macrumors 65816

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    I had the official silicone case and switched to the Diztronic due to the open bottom on the Apple case. The Diztronic will definitely protect the bottom more, it's not even a question.
     
  24. jkel777 macrumors 6502a

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    Just received this case today. Let me start by saying WOW. Is this thing seriously 10 bucks?! The quality and fit alone should make it three times the price. It's a steal at this price, and the case is amazing all-around. It's more protective than the Tech21 Impact series at a third of the price (IMO). Buttons are very easy to press with a satisfying click, and the lip around the screen is perfect, enough to protect the screen during drops. Only con I've noticed so far is that dust seems to collect around/underneath the lip, since it's not a super tight fit around that area. But this a totally minor gripe that shouldn't be a problem. At $10, I can't recommend this case enough.
     
  25. Jazper macrumors 6502a

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    Just bought this, but accidentally got the 6+ model :rolleyes:

    Does seem like a high quality case, I was hoping it would be a little gripper but I'd recommend it for sure.
     

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