Oh yes, we have had a fun time reviewing UAG products, and I believe that there were three for the new iPhone 14 models last time. This time, I have a lot of stuff, man!
UAG Glass Screen Protector Shield Plus for iPhone 14 Review
Okay, we’ve got ourselves a super good screen protector with the Glass Shield Plus Premium screen protector. This one is double-strengthened tempered glass, which is ultra-thin at 0.33 mm.
The Glass Shield Plus Premium screen protector is anti-reflective, and it has advanced anti-fingerprint coating. It is also quite well-equipped with antimicrobial properties, and it has reinforced edges.
Do you want this? Do you want this! If the answer is yes, then just head on down to the UAG site and pay $39.99 for it, and if you happen to have a different size of phone, feel free to search the site for more.
UAG [U] Dot for Magsafe for iPhone 14 Pro Max Review
I have reviewed these UAG [U] Dot cases before, and they might be called that for the dots on their texture. I’m assuming that texture is made to keep the phone in your hand, and it does its job quite well.
Best of all, it is good to keep the phone inside the case, and the interior is quite soft, for some reason. There is some interesting MagSafe feature that I didn’t expect it to have, but it does have it. As far as protection goes, it is good for 16 feet.
If you want to get this for the iPhone 14 Pro Max (or perhaps some other type of smartphone), head on over to the UAG site and pay $49.95 for it.
Plasma Series iPhone 14 Case Review
So, I believe that Plasma is completely transparent or translucent, and I don’t know if it is the only of its type. So, I’ve heard that this is a version of Pathfinder, and I think we had better check on that.
The inside of the Plasma is hexagonal, and as far as the outside is concerned, I have no idea how to describe that. I think I have used (and overused) the description of “belt buckle”, but not everyone sees that, seriously. It definitely is made for hard knocks as it can withstand a drop of 16 feet.
You can purchase the Plasma on the UAG site for a price of $44.95.
[U] Lucent 2.0 for Magsafe for iPhone 14 Case Review
So, here’s another great [U] product, and I’m not certain why there are some [brackets] on that U. Needless to say, it is pretty lucid…I mean, Lucent.
Like the [U] Dot, it has dots, but they are only around a certain area. The Lucent is quite light, and it has very flexible edges. It is also made for MagSafe, and the rest of the Lucent is made for protection. Yeah, the Lucent can withstand drops of 16 feet.
If you want to get in on this, just go to the UAG site and pay $49.95 for it.
UAG Biodegradable Outback Series iPhone 14 Pro Max Case Review
You will note how I put “Biodegradable” in the headline here. I mean, it feels like Eco should be the biggest feature of the third generation of the Outback.
It is lightweight case that can withstand drops of 12 feet. There are some serious hexagons on the interior that I’m going to have to admit keep that phone inside. Best of all, it is made with 100 percent recyclable materials like soy-based inks, plastic, and hardly any non-toxic adhesives.
If you like this, check it out for a price of $39.95 on the UAG site.
UAG Scout Series Google Pixel Pro 5G Case Review
So, what in the world is the Scout? Well, it is the main character in To Kill a Mockingbird, but it is also this sweet case.
The Scout is made to be very light, and is super-flexible. It also has this weird hexagonal pattern inside like other UAG cases. It also has a non-slip grip, but I don’t know how much it can survive as far as drops are concerned.
It is pretty cheap at a price of $29.95 on the UAG site.
UAG Monarch Pro Kevlar for Magsafe iPhone 14 Plus Case
Okay, this Monarch Pro has Kevlar, so that better mean that it can take a bullet. So let’s dive in to what makes it so special besides that!
Well, it has 5 layers of shock resistance. It has a shock-resistant core, a signature armor frame, DuPont Kevlar Material, alloy metal hardware, and then an impact-resistant rubber layer to top it off. It is so good that it can withstand a 25 foot fall. That could be some kind of record, and it can do MagSafe
If you want it, you can have it for about $99.95 on the UAG site.
UAG Metropolis LT for MagSafe iPhone 14 Plus Case Review
So, since we just covered that cool Monarch case with the Kevlar and all, we should discuss something also pretty super-powerful. This is the Metropolis Lite, you know, like the city where Superman is from, but lighter.
Well, the Metropolis LT is not short on protection. It does have a Kevlar material inlay and some padding. I have to admit that it has a very unique texture on the outside that feels like…burlap. I couldn’t find a better way to describe it, but the inside can be described as…hexagonal. The Metropolis Lite has the MagSafe feature, and can withstand drops of 16 feet.
If you want the Metropolis LT, feel free to head down to the UAG site and pay $59.95 for it.
UAG Monarch Series iPhone 14 Pro Max Case Review
Yes, we just talked about the Monarch Pro, and here is the plain Monarch. There is enough differences here to allow me to do a separate blurb in this UAG Omni-Review.
You should look at the basic look of the Monarch Pro vs. the Monarch. The exterior looks quite different, but I am told that the interior has five layers of protection. I don’t know how to describe the texture of the screen door feature, but it feels like a screen door. So, it is compatible with wireless charging like third party wireless chargers, and works with 20 feet of drop protection.
You can find the Monarch Series for the iPhone 14 Pro Max Case on the UAG site for about $79.95.
UAG Pathfinder Series iPhone 14 Pro Max Case Review
So, you got to love the Pathfinder, which I am told is the “first slim-yet-rugged case out there”. Apparently, this is an updated design, and yeah, we just talked about this, didn’t we?
Well, it had a seriously great featherlight construction, but it doesn’t feel as layered as the aforementioned Monarch. Not only does it have some great protection overall, but it has some cool side grip action going on. What does it add up to? Something that is wireless charging compatible and can withstand 18 feet worth of dropping.
You should be able to find the Pathfinder for the iPhone 14 Pro Max on the UAG site for about $44.95.
UAG NATO ECO Apple Watch Strap Review
I’m not certain why this is called NATO, but this is the NATO ECO. For me, it feels like something that a NATO Peacekeeper would wear.
It is apparently eco-friendly, so it has some high-strength nylon straps, and some recyclable stainless steel. To me, it just feels really rugged, like you are going to take it on a camping trip, and then blend into the green.
If you want this, head to the UAG site and pay $49.95 for it.
UAG Scout Silicone Watch Strap for the Apple Watch Review
I’m pretty certain that I already reviewed something called Scout, but this is not a case, but a strap for the Apple Watch.
What you are seeing here is something made of silicone, but it is made for mobility with some antimicrobial stuff going on. I’m not certain what else I can say about it, but I can’t deny that it isn’t an extraordinary strap, even though it may seem ordinary.
Is something that you want? If so, you can head over to the UAG site and pay $39.95 for it.
UAG Active Watch Apple Watch Strap Review
So, we have another great strap to review that is simply known as the Active. Yeah, I can’t really give any points for creativity, but it does live up to its name.
Like the NATO ECO it feels like it was made for some kind of active camper type of person. I don’t know how to describe it any other way, but I think it is quite appropriate that it comes with a Velcro Strap. I am told that is made for water sports, and I kind of believe that.
You can get it on the UAG site for about $69.95.
UAG Civilian Silicone for Apple Watch Strap Review
This isn’t the only product I’ve seen from UAG called Civilian. I’ve never understand why UAG calls that, as it implies something that us regular folk use.
However, Civilian products from UAG are actually quite good. It reminds me of the Scout, made of silicone, but this one has a lot of holes. I don’t know why it has these holes, but perhaps it is because it is waterproof and sweatproof.
So, if you want to check this out, head on over to the UAG site and pay about $49.95.
UAG [U] Lucent Power Kickstand Review
I can’t honestly remember if I have ever reviewed any type of charger from UAG, but I did like the [U] Lucent Power Battery with Kickstand. It is very simple type of charger that you just charge up like an average mobile battery. I mean, it has that four lights to full charge thing going on.
However, it is a cool kickstand built right in so you can watch a video while it was charging. It is perfect for MagSafe, and it also works with other wireless charging phones as well. This is a 4,000 mAh battery capacity, so I’m not certain how many charges that can give your smartphone.
If you need a little extra power, you can purchase the [U] Lucent Power Battery with Kickstand for $59.95 on the UAG website.
UAG Ration Cross Body Bag Review
I hesitate to call this product a Fanny pack, but honestly, if you saw someone wearing the UAG Ration Cross Body Bag, what would you call it? Well, it is a hip pack and a modern cross-body sling.
So, you are looking at two zipper pouches here, and I would imagine that they hold quite a lot. I would imagine that I could go on several bike rides with this, or just take it on a really cool trip. Maybe I should wear it to the gym. Or, you could fit a Nintendo Switch in there, right?
You can get the Ration Cross Body Bag on the UAG website for a price of $49.95.
UAG Corpo Cool Tote Review
Well, it looks like I am in the stylish part of this review. Yeah, the UAG Corpo Cool Tote is a bag, and I don’t really know what else to say about it other than that.
Well, you probably notice that these sub-headers have at least three paragraphs, and so I am not really certain what I can say about this bag. I guess I could quote Austin Powers and say “That’s not my bag, baby”, but I probably should have a book that says: “that is my bag”.
So, if you are wanting to get this cool tote for yourself, head on down to the UAG website and pay $24.99 for it.
UAG Corpo Cool Hoodie Review
So, here’s another fashion accessory with this hoodie. I can honestly say that I have been wearing the Corpo Cool Hoodie all week, and it has given me nothing but comfort.
Then it has some raglan sleeves, kangaroo pocket, and then it has a comfortable pullover design. I don’t know if I will be wearing it in my other reviews, but I think this is something that I feel very comfortable wearing all around the house.
You can get this cool Corpo Cool Hoodie on the UAG site for about $59.99.
Okay, so that is our review of UAG many products! I would imagine that we will do more of them in the near future.
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