What are your favorite cases for the Moto G (2015)?

Brent Zaniewski

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If you're not rocking the new Moto G naked, then you've probably already slapped a case on it, or are at least considering your options. There are some great skins and hard cases up for grabs from Ringke and Cruzerlite worth checking out if you're on the hunt. We're interested in hearing if you're going slim or bulky, and what cases and covers you've taken a liking to!
 
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I use the incipio case and I'm happy with it. The build quality is good and the case itself feels good. Also I don't have to push the sidebuttons too hard, like is the case with cheaper cases...
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Ordered the Ringke clear one but 2 days later my order was canceled and I couldn't find it again on Amazon. Bought the Orzly Invisicase instead. It's just OK.
 

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TUDIA LUCION in Blue... Under $10 and reminds me very much of the Ringke Fusion from my Nexus 4, which I absolutely loved.
 

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Hope it works out better for you than me... After some use (not entirely sure it wasn't this way initially) mine does not fit snugly around the buttons, and requires more force than i think it should, for example when I press power it is like I have to press it twice, once to overcome the case and once the button (press, then press harder). And sometimes the edge of case slides in when I press power and it actually lifts my tempered glass screen protector off the glass. It is functional, and I have gotten used to it, but it isn't "right" and I will be switching to a Ringke or Poetic case soon.
 

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Its a boxed metal case, the back is made up of aluminum. Though it makes the phone a bit heavier and thicker, looks really cool.

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fuddster

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I picked up the Incipio case and like it so far (it arrived today). If I hadn't used an Amazon gift card, though, I probably would have picked up a cheaper case.
 

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I bought one of those clear jelly cases by LK on amazon. For the screen I bought the tempered plexiglass by Pleson. Got two pieces of dust under the protector :/ Didn't want to try again and have it come out worse though. It's alright, tiny and no bubbles and most of the time I don't notice.
 

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I like very minimal coverage like the Nilkin Super Frosted case or the Imak Cowboy Matte Hard Cover case. Both are cheap, free shipping, and provide an excellent grip.
 

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I use the Cruzerlite Spartan. It makes the phone much fatter and heavier and the buttons are slightly harder to use however overall it is a great case.

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I use the Supcase Unicorn Beetle. It's relativy thin, all the ports are cut well, and I like the full cut out for the back accent. I have dropped it many times already and its held up fine. And $15 for the black version is a good deal.
 

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No case...... I like the feel of the back cover so I bought a couple of them in different colors. A TGSP is the only protection on my Moto G.
 

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