Oh yes! It is once again time to review us some great UAG products, and I think it would be good if we got started right away!
Our Review of the UAG Monarch for Samsung Galaxy S21+
Okay, I have a soft spot in my heart for the Monarch, but only because it is on my Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra. So naturally, I wanted to see what it looked like on the Samsung Galaxy S21+.
Just like last time, the Monarch has about 5-layers of protection. I am not certain where are those layers are, but here it is. It feels both hard and soft at the same time, and don’t make any stupid jokes there.
So yes, that is very good, and it can do wireless charging as well. You can get it on the UAG site for about $59.95.
Our Review of the UAG Civilian for Samsung Galaxy S21
I’m not certain why this particular case is called the Civilian, but I hope that UAG does not think that this is ordinary or pedestrian. Yes, I am very certain that I have commented on its simplistic aesthetic before, and it works for Samsung’s flagship as well.
I am told that the Civilian Series comes with HyperCrush technology to dampen and disperse energy when a mobile device collides with another surface. I can only guess it is related to the cool mesh pattern on the inside.
You should be able to purchase the Civilian on the UAG site for $49.95.
Our Review of the UAG Pathfinder for Samsung Galaxy S21
Apparently, the Pathfinder is the one that started it all, and I have no idea if it is UAG’s first case or what, but yeah, it is most certainly one great case made for some maximum protection.
I have to admit that the Pathfinder certainly feels harder than the edges of the Monarch. The interior has an interesting texture as well, and I am assuming that it helps for the stopping of damage to the Samsung flaghsip, right? Let’s just say that it is.
So, if you want this guy, feel free to head to the UAG site and lay down $39.95 for it.
Our Review of the UAG [U] Lucent for Samsung Galaxy S21
And now we come to the UAG [U] series with the Lucent. I am assuming that it is short for translucent, as the dots appear to create a weird haze on the case.
It certainly feels really rubbery, and on the inside is a microdot pattern. I guess it is designed to keep the S21 in there, eh? It also creates this very interesting design of some type that I cannot really describe its pattern. Anyway, it is sleek, sweet, and very chic.
If you want in on this Lucent action, head over to the UAG site and lay down $29.95.
Our Review of the UAG Plasma for Samsung Galaxy S21+ and S21 Ultra
You might notice that I am doing a two-for-one with this section here about the Plasma for the Samsung Galaxy S21+ and S21 Ultra. There is a good reason for that as these cases for these models look so alike I thought that UAG sent me the same case by mistake.
I am not certain why it is called Plasma, but I will have to say that there is a lot of hard plastic going on here. The pattern looks like something like the previously mentioned Monarch or Pathfinder, and I am still not certain how to describe it as anything but similar to it.