Are Your Cases Ready?

JawjaBill

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Mous Limitless 5.0

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Those little ridges on the side are a game changer. The sides on my Limitless 3.0 for my 22 Ultra were Quaker State smooth and it was a battle keeping it in hand.

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notforhire

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So I took the Casetify Impact case out for a spin for a few days. (I got it and another Otterbox Commuter case with my BB gift card that I got for preordering the S24U.) Beautiful case. Very unique. Terrible hand feel for my taste. I know that other posters on here have almost a visceral reaction to anything "Otterbox" and refer to that line as "overpriced rubbish." I won't mention any names, but his initials are FUZZYLUMPKIN. :) (totally having fun here) But seriously, the Casetify is just too rubbery for me. And maybe I'm old enough that familiarity is simply enough. ymmv
 

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I finally got my Thinborne case, very nicely boxed in a wooden box, and it came with two glass screen protectors. It is a very slim case that feels great when holding my phone. The texture gives it a nice feeling of grip, and it does look good, but it does pick up fingerprint marks very easily.
The only downside that I have is that it does not wireless charge properly on the chargers that I have. The Samsung trio charger and a Samsung desk top charging stand. My guess is it's the raised camera bump at the back and not really a fault with the case. I know that the case is magsafe compatible, but at the moment I haven't got a magsafe charger so I'll just have to go old school and use a cable.
Overall, it's a lovely thin case, but if you're clumsy and always dropping your phone, I would go for a more rugged case.
I might have to get their clear magsafe case as well now.
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vader4633

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Got the Thinborne case as well. If you want a thin naked phone feeling case, this is the one to get. Very impressed with the packaging and includes 2 tempered glass screen protectors. Goes on the phone well and will not come off easily. Make sure to watch the video on installing and removing the case. Not usually a thin naked case guy, but love how the case feels in the hand. Also includes mag safe if you have any of those which I do not. Wireless charging works well.
 

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dwboston

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I got the Spigen Liquid Crystal clear case. Big fan of clear cases - I want to see the phone I bought. I also like the soft TPU cases for protection purposes. We'll see how it goes, if it yellows then I'll pick up the Spigen Ultra Hybrid clear case, which has TPU on the sides, top and bottom, and polycarbonate on the back.
 
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The Mous is by far the most expensive phone case I've ever bought. In fact 2X. But the videos of them being thrown into the air and falling on concrete without damage is compelling. $30 bucks extra for a $1400 phone makes sense to me. I like that the stylus is still easy to get in and out and the USB-C jack has plenty of room that shouldn't imped even the beefiest cable plugs. The raised lip on the top and bottom of the screen should protect the S24 Ultra from most falls. Another point that you might find helpful is the case charges fine on my old, round Samsung wireless charger. Even with a business card and a Costco card in the case with the phone. I plan on buying a magnetic power bank and perhaps a magnetic mount/charger for my Arkon mount in my car.

I originally bought the carbon fiber version because it looked handsome and I thought it had texture. When it arrived I discovered the back is super slick. The texture is an illusion. Also it fingerprints like crazy! I'm sending it back now That I have the faux leather model. One review says it's slick too...but the faux is not nearly as slick and costs five bucks less. Also it doesn't show fingerprints much at all. I'm still in the honeymoon phase but I think this is an excellent case.

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I got the Caseborne mag safe clear case, and honestly can't fault it, I've had it on my phone since I got it, making my original case purchase redundant.
The ribbed sides make holding the phone easy, it fits extremely well, I can't yet comment on how well the mag safe kit works yet as I don't have anything to use it with, YET.
These cases will definitely be top of my list for future phones.
 

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I have the same case. It works great with my MagSafe car mount. It doesn't interfere with the S Pen, nor does it interfere with any of my wireless chargers (all non-MagSafe).
 

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