When we first saw the Exovault iPhone Cases, I must admit: I wasn’t sure if I was turned off or extremely attracted to the design.
The futuristic, sleek metal exterior was such a disruptor that It made me realize it was beauty in a way we didn’t typically see in cases in 2021.
The design is a strict departure from the overdone and under protective plastic shell case we so typically are inundated with reviewing.
In the words of Exovault’s site, it was designed to “elevate you from the sea of plastic”. And boy, does this steel-look aluminum frame do just that.
Aesthetically, I feel this would be at home in the hands of a top-tier executive as much as it would the passionate steampunk cosplayer. And with a price point both style enthusiasts could afford ($90 USD), we’re left asking, why not more solid frame construction for iPhone protectors?
Assembly is a breeze
With stainless steel screws to lock together the rigid frame, you don’t have to worry about the case coming loose or exposing your device when it matters most.
One topic we did discuss is that instead of worrying about your phone when you drop it, you should be more worried about your hardwood floors. This sturdy construction is not the lightest iPhone case by any measure. So buyers be aware of what you’re getting. Tough but HEAVY iPhone protection.
Take this elegant design a kick up with a custom engraving, offered as a cart bump on their website during checkout!
If you want to pick up this conversation-sparking piece of artwork, check out the manufacturer’s website here.
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