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Spigen iPhone 5 Saturn Case hands-on

Spigen iPhone 5 Saturn Case hands-on
Continuing to add diversity to its portfolio, premium accessory maker Spigen has always intrigued us with its vast mobile accessory offerings. Countless times already, we’ve seen that they’re capable of delivering some stellar cases for the iPhone, but with this latest one, we’re most impressed by the fact that quality isn’t compromised with this more modestly priced option.

Not that long ago, Spigen’s line of Slim Armor cases for the iPhone 5 really got us drooling over its ability to maintain the smartphone’s iconic design and cool aesthetics – albeit, the handset’s size was slightly increased due to the added protection of the case. This time around, though, their new line of Saturn cases for the iPhone 5 manages to retain the handset’s slim form factor. Comprised out of polycarbonate and aluminum parts, there’s no arguing we’re digging the premium element of the new case series. In fact, three specific colors are available – they include satin silver, metal slate, and metal red. Between them all, we have to admit that the metal red version has the stylish edge to get people looking at it.

As we’ve mentioned, the Saturn cases are form fitting, which means that they don’t add any noticeable increase to the smartphone’s overall size – and in fact, they’re pretty compact. Sure, it doesn’t have the impact protection of Spigen’s Slim Armor cases, but we’ll relish on the fashionable appeal of the case, which is attributed mostly to the diamond cut aluminum rear panel. Best of all, the case is priced modestly at $26.99 a piece – and that also includes a colorful set of Spigen’s Jelly Bean buttons for yet more personalization!



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posted on 07 Mar 2013, 15:53

1. RORYREVOLUTION (Posts: 2875; Member since: 12 Jan 2010)


The problem with this phone case is the fact that it provides no protection to the front of the device. If you drop your phone and it hits face first your display will shatter.

posted on 07 Mar 2013, 15:55 1

2. Taters (Posts: 2395; Member since: 28 Jan 2013)


They make the best cases by far.

posted on 07 Mar 2013, 16:01

3. dwgit (Posts: 37; Member since: 24 Dec 2012)


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