New Monoprice cases

Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by mikee336, Jan 10, 2012.

  1. mikee336 macrumors member

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  2. vtclan macrumors regular

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    I think it looks more otterbox commuter-esque. I was thinking about ordering one to try it out but the shipping is $6 :confused:
     
  3. mikee336 thread starter macrumors member

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    Still for $10 you can't beat it. I mean in my experience they make quality stuff. I use a lot of their HT gear in my installing and they never fail to amaze with how much you get for how much you paid
     
  4. JeffreyDJ macrumors regular

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    The second case doesn't look bad. I'm not a fan of the first ones looks.

    However, I can vouch for MonoPrice. There 6ft cables for iphone/ipad rock -- heavy duty, great quality. The 3ft are "normal" cables but are high quality as well.

    I've been very happy with everything I've bought from them -- and it always arrive quickly.

    JJ
     
  5. johnny hotsauce macrumors regular

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    I just grabbed this one last week:

    http://www.monoprice.com/products/p...=10831&cs_id=1083111&p_id=8847&seq=1&format=2

    The best case to compare this one to is an Otterbox Commuter (which I have as well in black). I actually feel the poly hard shell on the Monoprice case is a tad thicker and a bit stronger than my Otterbox version. My only complaint is that the charger/usb connector flap doesn't fit nice and tight like the Otterbox does but other than that you can't go wrong for under $4!

    I needed some other accessories for my home theater like banana plugs and an HDMI cable so everything came to just under $15 with shipping :)
     
  6. cainnovacaine macrumors regular

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    I'm really happy with the second case. It isn't as thick as it looks and I know Monoprice offers lifetime replacement on non electronic items. Certainly worth $4!
     

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