Another Patchworks Review of Screen Protectors, Botanical Garden Cases, and Air Straps for the Apple Watch!

ITG-Privacy-Stealth-Packages-for-iPhone-7-plus-for-Shopify_1024x1024This is another time where I get to review Patchworks products, and I am very pleased to review three types today. I will start with the screen protectors.

The ITG Plus Galaxy S7 is a scratch resistant screen protector is one that we have discussed before, but for iPhones. It also has that great oleophobic coating which is great for wiping off fingerprints and other types of stains. And it is of course, shatterproof. You can purchase it for $18.99 on the Patchworks site.

Then there is the ITG Stealth Screen Protectors. In addition to having the shatterproof and oleophobic coating, the Stealth has a unique privacy filter. The privacy filter is made from 3M technology allowing you, and not some stranger watching over your shoulder to see what is on your smartphone.

What makes it better is that the version for the iPhone 7 also works for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S. This goes for the Plus sizes too. You can purchase the ITG Stealth for the iPhone 7/6S/6 here for $34.95 and here for the iPhone 7 Plus/6S Plus/6 Plus at the same price.

Patchworks-Level-Botanic_Garden-image-002_1024x1024And now it is time to review another product that we have reviewed before from Patchworks, cases for the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. These ones are of the Botantical Garden series.

This means that they have some serious floral print on them, and they come in Rose, Hydrangea, Blue Bird, Wild Flower, and Russian Blue. There is more than just flowers for these cases, but some rib pattern that traps some air in order to provide some protection for your smartphone if it is dropped. In fact, it can survive 26 consecutive free fall drops at 4 feet at all kinds of angles.

If you are the type that is into floral print, then you can purchase it on the Patchworks site here for the iPhone 7 and here for the iPhone 7 Plus for the price of $26.95.

Patchworks-Air-Strap-for-Apple-Watch-Series-2_001_grey_1024x1024So, let’s end this review with a product for the Apple Watch with the Air Strap. The purpose is to make the Apple smartwatch a lot more classy as the Air Strap is made of premium leather and thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU).

The Air Strap is so named because it has a tunnel structure that allows air to flow, for your skin needs to breathe and you won’t have that sweaty wrist that comes with most watches.

You should be able to purchase the Air Strap on Patchworks for the 38 mm version here and the 42 mm version here. The price is $49.95 in black, gray, white, brown, and red.

Our Review of Patchworks PureCover 12.9-inch and 9.7-inch iPad Pro Protection Case

Patchworks iPad ProI have spoken at great length about ITG Patchworks products that includes a lot of reviews of screen protectors and cases. Today, I’m going to talk about some protection for the iPad Pro with the PureCover case.

It is a soft PU leather cover, which means that it is quite classy. Seriously, the first thing that I am going to say is that if you have a 12.9 inch iPad Pro, then you should just purchase this. Oh, and it is also has a 9.7 inch version.

The PureCover has the ability to fold up and be a stand, and it can be done two ways. It can lay flat at an angle, or stand upright at an angle. So this is quite a thing for viewing video footage. By the way, there is an auto sleep that can turn the iPad Pro on and off.

Of course, that is just for protecting the front of iPad Pro. As for the protection of the back of the iPad Pro, it has a clear body and UV coating. Don’t worry, you will be protected.

The PureCover also has an interesting pocket to protect the Apple Pencil, which you will also love to have.

So, I’m going to recommend this Patchworks product, and it can be found on the Patchworks site for $45 in Champagne Gold, Black, Gray, Navy Blue, and Pink. Oh, and don’t forget the 9.7 inch version as well.

Patchworks New Screen Protectors and Cases for iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and Samsung Galaxy Note 7

patchworks_itg_silicate_iphone_7_tempered_glass_screen_protector_thubnail_001_1024x1024Okay, it has been a while since I reviewed a Patchworks product, or any product whatsoever. Patchworks has put out some really great screen protectors, and you can read about them here. Oh, there are also some great cases too that you can read about here.

I will start with the screen protectors. I suppose that I don’t really have to explain what a screen protector is, because we all want something on our smartphone’s touchscreen that is resistant to a drillbit. It comes in many forms like Silicate (for maximum protection), Privacy (Tinted), as well as the ITG Plus and the Pro Plus. They are all available on the Patchworks site at various prices from $18 to $30. They are all available for the new iPhone 7, the new iPhone 7 Plus, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

patchworks_flexguard_iphone_7_black_protection_case_poron_xrd_thumbnail_001_1024x1024Then there is the cases for these particular products. These are the Flexguard cases, which are soft and flexible TPU, a rubber like plastic which had some great drop protection by PORON XRD extreme impact absorber.

The result is this material that is usually black, but it can be clear on some models. It makes your mobile device easy to grab without any slipping. The edges have a variety of colors including rose gold, champagne gold, silver, and black.

All of these products can be found on the Patchworks site for about $20. That is about the average price, as most of them are about $17.50.

ITG Patchworks Level Case and Tempered Glass for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Patchworks Level CaseIt’s been a while since I have reviewed a Patchworks product, and I am very pleased to do so again. Today, I got a chance to try out four products from them for two separate mobile devices: the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

I’ll start with the ITG Level cases for both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The ITG Level can meet or exceed U.S. Military standard drop testing requirements, which is good enough for 26 consecutive free fall drops from about 4 feet. It is a dual layer case made of premium polycarbonate and TPU which is this web-like mesh with a shock absorbent air pocket.

It is good for some protection on the inside, and it also has a better grip and anti-slip texture. It is pretty cool and you can get it for the iPhone 6 here for about $29.95, for the iPhone 6 Plus here for about the same price.

Patchworks GlassIt should be known that the Level Drop Protection cases are optimized for glass protectors, and fortunately, Patchworks makes glass screen protectors. I also reviewed two different tempered glass screen protectors for both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

I’ll start by saying that I reviewed a different type of screen for the ITG Glass known as the Privacy Impossible Tempered Glass screen for the iPhone 6. That is, if the view-angle exceeds 30 degrees, the screen goes dark. So if you value your privacy, you can get it.

As for the iPhone 6 Plus, I just tried the regular ITG Glass which has about the same amount features for the regular clear Glass. For example, it has 9H hardness, optimized for the Retina display, Bubble-free installation, and real tempered glass for an original touch feeling.

The Privacy Tempered Glass for the iPhone 6 is available here for $38.00, and the Tempered Glass for the iPhone 6 Plus can be purchased here for $36.95.

Hands on with the Patchworks ITG PRO Plus Tempered Glass Screen Covers

Patchworks ITGWhile I was at CES 2015, I had a chance to try out Patchworks ITG PRO Plus Tempered Glass screen shields. I should have tried them out within the past month, but in all honesty, I get afraid of these.

You see, I just got a new case for the Samsung Galaxy S5, and I was thinking that the ITG PRO Plus Tempered Glass screen shield could hinder that case. I am glad that it seems to work just fine with the Ballistic case. I might talk about that Ballistic case at some other time.

As it turns out, it was pretty simple to install. It came with some Zeiss lens cleaning lens stuff for your touchscreen. Then you just peel off the back cover of the screen saver and put it on. From there, the touchscreen on my phone just sucks it up, and it stayed within the lines, which was my worst fear.

So, we are looking at some scratch-resistant 9H hardness screen protection, with an oleophobic coating which means that fingerprint oil, and dirt wipes off easily.

Okay, this here is a link to the Patchworks site, and you’ll see a lot of great ITG products there. You should be able to get a good protector for varying price, which means you should check it out.