I have reviewed a lot of UAG products in the past, I recently reviewed the Scout for the Surface 3 and the Rogue Folio and Outland for the iPhone 6. I finally got a chance to review something for the Samsung Galaxy S6 with the Maverick.
The Maverick prides itself with being feather-light, and the one I had was very hard and clear. It has an “impact resistant and armor shell”, and I’m not certain how much I can really say about a case.
Oh, it also has those tactile buttons and a non-slip ruggedized grip. So not only will it stay in your hand well, and it has skid pads and a glare-free flash.
If you want this, head on over to the Urban Armor Gear site for about $34.95.
All right, it’s time for another visit to our friends at Urban Armor Gear (UAG) with two iPhone 6 cases, the Rogue Folio and the Outland.
The Rogue Folio is one of those cases that doubles as a wallet, and it can hold about three credit cards. It is also made with water resistant FrogSkin Technology and grip, It also has a magnetic strap to lock the Folio closed.
The Rogue Folio can meet military drop-test standards, and there are some interesting holes in this case made for some audio and video output. If this sounds like something that you might be interested in, you can go to the UAG site for about $39.95.
Another case that I got to try out for the iPhone 6 is the Outland. It does not have the wallet feature, but it is pretty nifty in its own way.
It is feather-light with an armor shell and impact resistant soft core. It feels pretty hard and yet soft at the same time. There isn’t much that I can say about that, because it’s pretty much your standard case for a mobile phone.
If this something that you are needing, and apparently the entire world needs one of these. It can be purchased on the UAG site for $34.95.
I have been wanting to review Urban Armor Gear (UAG) for a long time, and I finally had a chance to try out a few products. I’ll start with the Scout for the Surface 3.
The Scout is made to be a back cover for Microsoft’s tablet with a keyboard, and it is completely compatible with Microsoft’s Type Cover Keyboard and multiple keyboard positions. On the back is an aluminum kickstand that is good for 3 angular positions. Now, the official site says that it is good for portrait views, but I could get it to work that way. I can’t help but think that there is a hidden switch somewhere.
It does have a place to hold the Surface Pen, and it also has some interesting Frogskin Technology so you can get a grip on this when it is wet and slippery. By the way, it also meets military drop standards.
If you don’t like the Scout in black, you can also get the Rogue in red here for the same price. The Scout is available here for $69.95.