This phone case I’m reviewing has a design that looks stylish and rugged and made for speed. It is really designed for speed. It was car tossed at 65 MPH. So not only does it look like a sports car, and can survive being thrown out the window of a fast moving one. This one is a different Element case, but I can guess that the results would be similar to that of this video:
The Rev comes in three colors- a translucent red, blue and black. The corners may look big and bulky, but they are designed to protect your phone from extreme bumps and drops.
The frame of the case is called the X-FRAME™ chassis, and it is engineered to keep it lightweight while resisting twisting and bending. These cases have also been dropped 65 times at 10 feet to prove that they are extremely durable and will protect your phone.
The case we were sent to review is for the Galaxy S8, but they sell them for the Galaxy S8+, as well as other phones- including the iPhone. Most of the cases this company makes, in fact, are not designed for the S8 or S8 plus, so if you want to go with a Element Case for these types of phones, the Rev will be your best bet.
The Rev costs $39.95 on the Element Case website, but you can also find it at Amazon and stores such as WalMart.
Urban Armor Gear has protection available for many devices- laptops, tablets, and phones, and we have reviewed many of them here at TheGeekChurch. The case we’re reviewing today comes from the PATHFINDER series.
The case we were sent to review is specifically for Samsung Galaxy S8, but you can also get them for iPhones. The PATHFINDER series cases come in black, white, and rust- which is the color we got. It looks more orange, and brighter than what you might think rust would look like, but still a very nice, sporty color.
This case has many of the same characteristics that other UAG series cases have- like being feather-light, impact resistant, anti-scratch, and having the same great access to charging ports, and the camera/flash. I currently have the Composite case on my phone(Galaxy S7), and it feels very similar. In fact, the descriptions on the UAG website here and here are pretty much the same- with the exception of things unique to the S8- like being “compatible with Samsung Pay and Samsung Fast Wireless Charging Convertible.”
As with all of their cases, the Pathfinder series is drop tested according to military standard of 810G-516.6, which is assuring to those who want to protect their phones in case they drop. If you can appreciate this quality of case for your phone, they sell for $34.95 on the UAG site, or you can buy them at other places like Amazon, Best Buy and Wal-Mart.