Crumple it in your hand? Tech 21 Evo Mesh Review - ...MobileReviewsEh
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Today we’re going to do the review for the Evo Mesh for iPhone 6. This is a unique case as you won’t find it on Tech21’s website, only in the Apple store to my knowledge. We’ve spent a bit of time with the case and realized that, would you put your iPhone in a case that can do this?
The Evo mesh is quite grippy. We’re big fans of how well it sits in your hand but we do have a couple of issues with the fit and the build quality of the case. Also, I’ve also discovered that this iPhone case is the second favourite place that my face grease likes to exist, other than on my face.
Based on my time with the case, I gave it a score of 3.9 Eh’s out of 5. This case doesn’t fare as well as Tech 21’s own classic shell in our opinion as it’s not as tough or well built but it does rate as well as a Speck Candyshell. If you’d rather read the rest of this review, check out our website and if you want to see how this case fares against other cases, check out our handy comparison tool.
At MobileReviewsEh, we’re anti-unbox-review video. We base our reviews on real life which means doing real life things with them, like sleeping with it, using it during potty times and keeping it in our bags. The best thing we do is comparing the case against similar cases so that we can bring you guys the most comprehensive reviews.
In terms of design, the Evo Mesh is a pretty thin iPhone case as it can easily go in and out of your pockets easily. In terms of build quality, we do like the materials of the case as it provides decent slip protection both front and back which is nice but we feel it doesn’t fit as well as it should in our opinion. As we showed you at the beginning of the video, the case is very pliable so it comes off the iPhone quite easily. Also, the thinner portions of the case, right around the ports can be easily pressed down.
For protection, the packaging on the Evo Mesh is all about the FlexShock. Not D30 like the Classic shell. Tech 21’s packaging has the word “impact” showing up over a dozen times and fancy diagrams that show how the black arrows become white and red arrows. Now my first glance at this case was that “it’s goto be the toughest iPhone case ever” until you realize their’s no mil-specs, there’s no drop height. There’s just a fancy diagram and whatever Tech 21 says. But in the spirit of this review, here’s what happens when you drop it from chest height.
The edges of the case are a little lower than other cases and with a screen protector installed, there’s very little clearance between the edge and the screen. This iPhone has Tech 21’s self healing screen protector but anything thicker and there might not be much clearance between the edge of the case and iPhone’s touchscreen.
In terms of functionality, getting to your iPhone inside is decent but the power buttons is a little harder to get to which is odd since the volume buttons are incredibly easy to press. The last thing worth nothing is that this case will easily handle all sorts of sized cables such as the bigger head on these Awesome cables and the headphone.
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