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Caseco 360 Duo Connect Case and Mount

Caseco 1So, this is another Caseco product that I got to review, and it is the Core 360 Duo Connect Case and Mount.

I’ll go ahead and say that this is a product that I have seen before, as it requires a mount that has some stickum on it made to stick permanently, like in your car. Then you can click on the case so you can mount the phone magnetically. From there, you can adjust the angle of the screen, and rotate it 360 degrees.

This is supposedly the smallest car mount, and the case is military tested and drop and shock-proof. It has a soft inner TPU rubber layer that can protect from fingerprints, scratches, dust, collisions, and abrasion.

Caseco 2So, yes, it is a case, but not like any other. There is a sound enhancer that can point sound directly towards you, so it is good for keeping your phone mounted as a TV or something.

If you want to get this, you should be able to get it on the CaseCo site for $69.99. Replacement Core 360 can be found individually for about $39.99 here.

Posted by on May 9th, 2016 No Comments

Caseco Blu-Toque, Sono Earbuds, and Testa Shock-Proof Folio Case

Caseco Blu-ToqueSo, I have had a chance to try out three Caseco products, and I have to admit that they are innovative, for lots of stuff that could have just come off as a cheap imitation. I’ll start with the Blu-Toque Bluetooth Beanie.

I’m not certain who decided that it would be a good idea to put Bluetooth in a Beanie, but I have to admit that it is a good idea if you are in cold weather. After all, earbuds can get pretty cold in freezing temperatures.

Once the Blu-Toque is synced via iPhone or Android, you can listen to your tunes and still hear what is going on around you. It even has a built-in microphone for making and answering calls.

Charging is capable via micro-USB port with included charging cable, and if you want to wash the Blo-toque, you can do that. The thing is that you have to open the Bluetooth module

If this sounds like something that you want, head on over to the Caseco website and pay $49.99 for it in many different colors.

Caseco SonoThe next product that I need to talk about is the Sono Earphone with Mic and Volume Control. Yes, they have that built-in microphone for switching easily between calls and music.

Of course, the aforementioned feature is very standard with earbuds these days. The thing that makes the Sono different from most earbuds is that it comes with medium sized buds and extra silicon tips in small and large in order to fit every size of ear. It also has some bass as well as noise canceling seal.

Not only that, it looks pretty good, doesn’t it? I am not certain why they are shaped like horns, but if it makes the sound better, then more power to it. It could just simply be a design choice.

Like the Blu-Toque, the Sono comes in all kinds of colors. The price on the Caseco site is $23.99.

Caseco TestaThis last product is the Testa Shock Proof Folio Case for the iPhone 6/6S. Yes, this has been done before, so let’s talk about what makes it different.

The first thing is it has a Mirror Function so you can see the clock function or whatever on the iPhone screen when it is closed. Yes, this is a closed case, and it means that you stand it up and watch video or whatever else that you want to do in landscape mode.

The second thing that is unique is that it has this sound enhancement attachment thing that will boost the sound even when the Testa is closed. I have to admit that I usually don’t see this for products like these.

The third thing is there is a slot for cards, because every case seems to have a place for that these days. Man, pretty soon that wallet thing is going to be a thing of the past.

This particular Testa Shock Proof Folio Case is available on the Caseco Site for about $49.99.

Posted by on February 18th, 2016 No Comments