It’s been about two years since my last review of a Lander case, and I believe that they are owned by BGZ Brands, the same guys that do Bodyguardz. The Moab case from Lander came in Bodyguardz packaging, and this is a case that is designed to protect against the cold.
I had to admit, I have been using my phone in the cold and felt that touchscreen was like the bottom of an ice cube tray. I couldn’t help but wonder if this will hurt my phone in time. I honestly don’t know how cold it would have to be before it would not work, but I am assuming I would be dead by this time.
The Lander Moab (which is a very odd name for this product) is a case with a lanyard and it has some protection from what it calls the “crush zones”. The Moab case has a squishy feeling on both sides, and it also has an Illumifind, which is this reflective stitching that allows you the user to find the case and your phone in the dark.
So, here’s the deal, you can get it for the iPhone 6/6S/7/8 and the Plus sized models here, and I managed to get one for the iPhone X.
Well, we have reviewed Lander products before, as they have that black iPhone case that looks like the bottom of a plastic raft. Now, I had a chance to review the Lander Brenner MacBook Sleeve for MacBook Pro 15-inch.
This particular case for the MacBook has one of those Magnetic clasps, and it can give your MacBook some “weather resistant” powers. Yeah, I’m not certain if you want to use this sleeve and throw your MacBook in the lake, but you get it.
Apparently, this thing has “heat molded edges”, and it is “thermaformed” to fit the MacBook. This Illumaweave has a reflective jacket material for quick location in the dark.
Hey man, it is a tough world out there, and if you need this particular product for your MacBook, and you have one that is 15-inches, head over to the Lander site and pay $49.99 for it.
I have reported about Lander products before, very recently, in fact. I got a chance to review the Neve Charging Cable and the Powell Case.
I’ll start with the Powell Case. It is pretty good with a Slim Fit, with raised bezel, textured edges, and some stylish ridges. As you can see, the case on the iPhone looks like the bottom of a raft. Too bad that it doesn’t float.
All in all, it is very excellent and non-bulky outdoor inspired phone case, in many colors, for about $34.95. It is also available for the iPhone 6/6S Plus and Galaxy S6 on the Lander site.
Then there is the Neve cable, and I had a chance to this Lighting charging cable for the Apple products like the iPhone, iPad, and iPod.
The Neve Lightning cable or just about any type of these cables has Illumaweave reflective technology for some quick location in the dark. By the way, it is made of durable nylon, flat, tangle-free design, and it is MFI Certified. It also has some enhancements with Everpull connectors to avoid breakage and rips of place on other cables.
There is a lot of Neve cables at the Lander site for about $29.99, and it not only has Lightning ability, but it is available in micro USB to USB availability as well.
BGZ Brands has recently unveiled a new brand known as Lander, and it is one of those tech accessories made for outdoor enthusiasts, kind of like EKUSA products. I’m hoping to get some hands-on review products of these, but this is what I’ve seen from them, and it’s pretty impressive.
For example, there is a Neve cable that is flat and made for Apple, USB to Micro USB, auxiliary to auxiliary cable and more for a price range of ($17.95-$29.95). It looks like it is made tough and hard to pull out.
The Powell cases, as you can see here, have those cool ribbed sections on them, with a splash of color. They will be available for the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and the Samsung Galaxy S6 for a price of $34.95-$39.95.
Then there is the Brenner case for all sizes of the MacBook for $49.95. There are also Timp carrying bags: 25-liter ($129.95), 20-liter ($99.95), and messenger bag ($79.95).
Well, we’ll be certain to report on more when we get more info on them, and some of these items are available now. Check out more information at the Lander site.