With curved edge-to-edge glass screen protector..what may be a solid wallet style case?

Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by colourmaker, Oct 29, 2015.

  1. colourmaker macrumors newbie

    Feb 12, 2008
    Hi, I am now the proud owner of a 0.2 mm Cupert Cinder glass protector for my iPhone 6.
    I want to protect my phone with a case that can withstand a fall from normal handheld heigth.

    I know Cupert has a listing on their website of case compability... ( http://www.cupert.com/cindercasecompatibility )
    but I am seeking tips beyond those...

    I want a wallet style case that protects my phone well.
    Moshi has the Overture case that is pretty close to perfect,...but I want a case that has a really strong magnetic latch or a band that secures the front cover. When my phone hits the ground I want to be 100% sure it will be the case that touches the ground...not the phone itself.
    Here is the Moshi :
    I like that it has coverage also on the bottom of the phone.

    Another one I am looking into is the Little Pocket Book from Pad & Quill.
    But I find a bit too bulky.

    I do not carry any cards together with my phone, so the case doesn't need to have any card slots as such. I want it to be slim yet solid.

    I am also aware of the Hex Icon, I could just wish that it had better protection also of the top and bottom of the phone. ( http://www.shophex.com/icon-wallet-for-iphone-6-black-leather )

    And the biggest challenge is ...: the case must be compatible with a curved edge-to-edge protector.

    Any advice?
  2. iScared macrumors member


    Mar 25, 2015
    In your pants. O.o

    I don't know if this will be worth your time as I don't know if it fits a edge-to-edge curved protector, as a wallet it has reviews that is a no go (personally I don't use wallet cases, even though they look nice, I just rather ruin a $20 wallet rather than a $50 case by stuffing **** in it.) However, it is cheap option with a magnet case, and it has been backed by 265 Reviewers, with 65 against it mainly because of wallet issues. Also, why not get a case that has a raised case? This way you don't have the bulkiness of a wallet case and a good one should never hit the screen. I use Speck for a transparent one for that, however you need one that is compatible.

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