iPhone 6 Case, Spigen Tough Armor Case for iPhone 6 (4.7-Inch) – Retail Packaging – Champagne Gold (SGP10970)

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iPhone 6 Case, Spigen Tough Armor Case for iPhone 6 (4.7-Inch) – Retail Packaging – Champagne Gold (SGP10970)

iPhone 6 Case, Spigen Tough Armor Case for iPhone 6 (4.7-Inch) - Retail Packaging - Champagne Gold (SGP10970)

  • Extreme Protection from drops and scratches
  • Air Cushion Corners & Spider Web Pattern Shock Absorption
  • Lay on the table design: 0.8mm lip to protect the screen
  • Slimmer but more protective than other protective cases on the market
  • Compatible with Apple iPhone 6 (4.7″) Only – 2014

Extreme Protection from drops and scratches

List Price: $ 34.99

Price: $ 18.76

Originally posted 2016-01-24 01:10:43. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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7 thoughts on “iPhone 6 Case, Spigen Tough Armor Case for iPhone 6 (4.7-Inch) – Retail Packaging – Champagne Gold (SGP10970)

  1. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    194 of 209 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Looks great, but zero protection, September 28, 2014
    By 
    Serge (Seattle, WA) –

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    This review is from: iPhone 6 Case, Spigen Tough Armor Case for iPhone 6 (4.7-Inch) – Retail Packaging – Champagne Gold (SGP10970) (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    I’ll start with the good – the case looks fantastic. The gold color and finish of the case matches the gold iPhone perfectly. The case is also quite slender and lightweight (not sure if that’s a plus or a minus for a case that’s called “tough armor”).

    Now for the bad… as many others have mentioned, the front lip is nonexistent and therefore provides zero protection to the screen. The bumper around the front edge of the phone is both thin and soft. It will not protect your phone from a fall whatsoever – I have proof. My wife dropped her phone from about 3 feet off of the ground while getting out of the car, and the screen shattered. Yes, I know… The fall was so gentile that there isn’t even a scratch on the case. I guess it’s nice that the case survived the fall, but it would have been nice if it protected the phone. I’ll upload a picture of the damage to the Customer Images section.

    If you’re looking for a good looking case to protect the back of your phone while placing on tables, etc., then this case is perfect. If you’re looking for a “tough” case to protect from modest falls, look elsewhere. Although this case is called “tough armor”, it’s anything but that.

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    The manufacturer commented on this review(What’s this?)
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    Sep 29, 2014 10:37:00 AM PDT

    Spigen Inc says:

    (MANUFACTURER)
    Hi There,

    Thank you for your feedback and we’re very sorry to hear about that.

    We do apologize for the inconvenience and if you were not satisfied with your case. We want you to have a positive experience with our product, if you have any further questions or if you have any issues that you would like to have resolved, please contact us with your ORDER NUMBER as well as with your unique Case ID#92948 through Amazon Messaging (http://amzn.to/13Il79h) and our Amazon Spigen Customer Service Department will gladly assist you.

    Thank you and hope to hear from you soon!

    Sincerely,

    Spigen Inc

     
  3. 469 of 543 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    The back of the case gets more protection than the front of the phone., September 20, 2014
    By 
    C. Stoneham (Texas) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    It’s a sad thing to see such an excellent case rendered more or less useless by a simple design flaw. The case itself really is quite nice. The openings for the ports are big enough to accept more than Apple’s tiny connectors, the push-buttons are responsive, the rubber used is fairly robust, etc, etc, etc. All in all, it’s clear that Spigen didn’t cut corners here. The biggest issue, however, is the lip for the screen. On the *back* of the case are four little “feet” that raise the back of the case about half a millimeter off whatever surface you rest it on. No such luck for the front. The lip offers only the barest bit of space between the screen and whatever surface you set it on. A sewing needle actually prevents the case from resting flat if it’s put screen-down. In effect, this is a good case for keeping in your pocket, but not at all helpful in protecting against drops where the screen would hit first. Heck, it wouldn’t even protect against a grain of salt on a tabletop (not that salt needs to be protected against, but you get the idea).

    Because protecting the screen should be the #1 priority for a case described as “Armor,” one that puts more effort into protecting its own backside than into protecting the screen is a 1-star affair in my opinion. Simply put, a case that does not protect the screen well is a case that has no use for me. Sad too, because this is a good case, otherwise (though at the current price point of $30, it’s much less of a deal than it was at $15).

    TL;DR: Spigen has put more space between the back of the case and whatever surface you lay it on than the screen and that same surface. If the case costs $30 but a replacement screen costs $150, that seems to be backwards on the priorities.

    EDIT: (Warning, fairly “OCD” comments coming) Following a comment by John Vajda, I took one more look at the case (before sending it back). Here’s what I believe is going on: Spigen has provided a pretty generous rubber “lip,” but this lip meets the iPhone 6 screen where it’s already curved downward. Since the screen continues to “bulge” outward, this results in much less protection at the center. A sewing needle will actually fit in under the screen at the very edges, just not the center. Spigen states 0.6mm, but this does not seem to be the actual space at the center of the screen. Since that’s already a fairly small space, so to have less at the center raises issues, since I want the entire screen protected well. I still think this is a design flaw, not poor workmanship, however. The case is really nice and were it not for the lack of space between the screen and any surface (when laid face down), I would have happily continued using it. As it is, however, I sent it back and will wait until it becomes clear that Spigen have added more room on the front. (Personally, I think the little feet on the back of the case are pointless, and should instead be on the front, but I’m no manufacturer of cases, so there might be some issue I don’t know about.)

    EDIT 2: (Some) people seem to be cranky about the fact that I rated a case so low for such a specific piece (85% seem to appreciate it, however). As I’ve said, the screen is the single most important piece of the entire phone, so it should get adequate attention. If Spigen ever addresses this in a future iteration of the case, I will happily revisit this review and change the stars to something in line with the changes.

    EDIT 3: Several comments to the effect that this is whining “because screen protectors.” They’re certainly a good idea, but I guess those with them have never watched their friends drop an iPhone from chest-high and see all that spidered glass. but hey, the screen protector guarded against scratches, so there’s that (definitely go for tempered glass to guard against drops). Still the review is on the case itself, no? I’m not interested in “It’s great protection against damage… after I buy additional protection against damage.”

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  4. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    38 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Completely shattered phone days after purchase, November 4, 2014
    By 
    sbooze

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    This review is from: iPhone 6 Case, Spigen Tough Armor Case for iPhone 6 (4.7-Inch) – Retail Packaging – Champagne Gold (SGP10970) (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    I really do love the look and feel of this case, but shortly after putting it on my brand new phone, I lightly dropped it and completely shattered the screen. If you are looking for something with all around good protection, this is not the case for you.

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    Nov 7, 2014 10:42:48 AM PST

    Spigen Inc says:

    (MANUFACTURER)
    Hi There,

    Thank you for your feedback and we’re very sorry to hear about that.

    We do apologize for the inconvenience and if you were not completely satisfied with your case. We want you to have a positive experience with our product, if you have any further questions or if you have any issues that you would like to have resolved, please contact us with your ORDER NUMBER as well as with your unique Case ID#1107062 through Amazon Messaging (http://amzn.to/13Il79h) and our Amazon Spigen Customer Service Department will gladly assist you.

    Thank you and hope to hear from you soon!

    Sincerely,

    Spigen Inc

     

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