OH. M. G. I definitely had my fill with the review of the UAG Pathfinder for the new Samsung Galaxy S22+, and we have quite a lot of products to review from UAG. I believe that I have 18 products from them, and it is so much, that I have no idea how I am going to set up the video review.
Our Review of the UAG Shock Sleeve Lite for the iPad Pro 12.9 inch (2021 5th Gen.)
So, once again, I am talking about products for the elusive iPad 12.9 inch tablet. I mean, I don’t think I could buy one in my area, any more than I could purchase an Xbox Series X or a PS5. Still, you got to admire the Shock Sleeve Lite, made for Apple’s big screen, and why shouldn’t you?
After all, it has a very nice outside made of…yeah, I’m not really sure. I specifically chose this image so you can see the softness and padding on the inside, and it is very good. In addition to storing the tablet here, there is also a zipper pocket for other things, like maybe a charging cable and such.
If this is something you want, head on over to the UAG site and lay down $64.95 for it.
Our Review of the UAG Scout Series iPad Pro 12.9 inch (5th Gen 2021) for Magic Keyboard Case
All right, here is another product for the 12.9 inch iPad, as well as its Magic keyboard. This is the Scout Series, and I believe it is a “minimalist look with complete coverage”.
You can see in the pic how there is this dotted line, and it is made to be foldable. This way, you can lean the screen and use your keyboard with some comfort. I’m not certain what this Scout Series Magic Keyboard Case is made of, but it is both strong, smooth, and rugged all at the same time with its rubber bumpers. I forgot to mention that the Magic Keyboard Case comes with a holder for the Apple Pencil.
If you want this, head on over to the UAG site and lay down $59.95 for it.
Our Review of the [U] Dot Series MacBook Pro 16-inch Case for 2021 Model
So, now it is time to review some products for the MacBook Pro, especially for the newer 16-inch models. This is the [U] Dot Series, and it is product line that I have discussed before.
I believe that is called the Dot Series because it has a lot of dots on it. Seriously, the interior is lined with some kind of spotted aesthetic or something. Whatever it is, it helps grip the MacBook with some snap-on assembly. This Dot Series Case has some cool pads for resting the MacBook on, and it also has a cool flexile hinge as well.
If this is something that you want, head on over to the UAG site and pay $59.95 for it.
Our Review of the UAG Slim Brief 13″
This next product is so new, I’m not certain if I am reporting on the right one. Seriously, it is labelled Small Tactical Brief for 14-inch devices, but the one I have has a label saying “Slim Brief 13-inch”.
I’m just going to just assume that these devices are one and the same, and if you need something to hold a tablet or laptop, this Slim Brief is one good way to do it. This has a padded case for extra protection, and it has hand straps as well as shoulder straps.
Oh, and pockets? It’s got them. Well, it has a zipper on the front, and a few pouches on the inside of it. It’s pretty nice, and I am told it has luggage pass through.
The Slim Brief (whatever size) is available for $79.95 on the UAG site.
Our Review of the Metropolis Hand Strap Series for iPad 10.2 (2021) Case
This is the Metropolis Series for the iPad 10.2 inch edition. You can see that it is built for both protection and practicality.
You will notice that there is a 360-degree rotational hand strap. I’ve reviewed devices like this, and honestly, they are what you need if you want to use for one-handed use.
The product description says that the Metropolis case is “feather-light”, and I will attest to that. There is also a place to hold the Apple Pencil, if that is what you want.
If you want this, get it on the UAG site for $44.95.
Our Review of the UAG [U] Lucent Series iPad Pro 11-inch Case
So, since we are doing some of these cool iPad cases, we might as well look at this [U] Lucent Series. I don’t know about this [U] is, but this is a great iPad cover.
You can see that the Lucent takes in the iPad really well, and what you might not see is the dotted pattern. Then there is this flap that can turn the iPad into a folio without a keyboard, but you can put that keyboard on the table if you want (not compatible with the Smart Keyboard or Magic Keyboard).
Then, after you do your work, just fold it up with the magnetic strap. By the way, there is an auto sleep/wake feature. If this sounds good to you, head on over to the UAG site and pay $59.95 for it.
Our Review of the [U] Dot Series Case for Apple Airpods (2021 3rd Generation)
Now we’re going to shift gears to the AirPods, because they need protection too. You know, those 3rd Generation AirPods are wireless charging compatible, but what about this Dot Series Case?
Well, it is wireless rechargeable, so that answers that question. It is made of silicone for a soft touch, and has a dot textured design to keep them in your hand without slipping. So yeah, you got some protection, and this case also comes with a carabiner.
So, if you want this [U] Dot Series case for the Apple Airpods, head on down to the UAG site and pay $29.95 for them.
Our Review of the UAG Scout Silicone Watch Strap for Apple Watch
Looks like I’m going to change gears again and talk about products for the Apple Watch. Namely, the Scout Silicone Watch Strap, and yes, it is quite good.
It is apparently designed with a slim and sturdy antimicrobial silicone which means it protects from…oh man, do I really want to say it can help against COVID-19 when it feels like we’re finally moving past it? I don’t know.
The Scout Silicone strap is compatible with the Apple Watch 1-7 and SE, and is available for $39.95 on the UAG site.
Our Review of the UAG Monarch KEVLAR Series iPhone 13 5G Case
So, this is the Monarch series of case, and we have reviewed them before. I think this is the first time I’ve seen KEVLAR in the title. Does this mean it can take a bullet?
Well, it can survive 20 feet of drop protection, and it does wireless charging well. You can see its serious about having a traction grip, as I can’t think of any other way to describe this.
You can get the Monarch Series for the iPhone 13 on the UAG site for $79.95.
Our Review of the Plasma Series iPhone 13 Mini 5G Case
Well, if we are going to discuss UAG cases for the iPhone series, we really should bring the iPhone 13 mini into this. There really isn’t a lot of mini love out there, but I know there is a lot of love for the Plasma.
You might notice that the pattern on this Plasma looks very similar to other UAG phones, and I believe that this “buckle” design is by design. In this case, it is pretty translucent, and it is very feather light. I am told that it is drop-resistant for up to 16 feet, a few feet less than the Monarch.
You can get the Plasma series for the iPhone 13 mini on the UAG site for $39.95.
Our Review of the Metropolis LT with Magsafe for the iPhone 13 5G
Okay, we love really love that UAG can continue its hit series of phones with the iPhone, such as the Metropolis LT. We already talked about how the Metropolis is something for the iPad, so why not for the iPhone 13.
The Metropolis LT has a very interesting texture on its outside to really help stick to the hand, and some cool honeycomb texture on the inside to keep the iPhone 13 inside as well. It is also great that this is set up for the MagSafe, which means you are set up for that great fast charging on the go. I don’t know any of the phones that I’ve talked about previously are compatible with MagSafe.
I am told that this Metropolis LT also has the power KEVLAR, which means it has 16 feet of drop protection. It is available for $59.95 on the UAG site.
Our Review of the Pathfinder Series iPhone 13 Pro 5G Case
Okay, I know that we just reviewed the Pathfinder for a Samsung phone, and the reason why I am reviewing the iPhone version was because…yeah, we really should have received these iPhone models earlier. I’m not certain if this Pathfinder Series is the only one we are reviewing for the iPhone 13 Pro, but hey.
The Pathfinder case has that super-cool UAG look, and it has some seriously pliable edges. I suppose the thing that makes it different is that there are screws, and I don’t know if I have a screwdriver small enough to unscrew them. I guess there is nothing else to do than to tell you the drop protection, as it can take a fall of 16 feet.
You want it? Come and get it for about $39.95 on the UAG site.
Our Review of the Pylo with Magsafe Series for iPhone 13 5G Case
Okay, so it looks like we are doing a review of another Pylo product, not to mention something with MagSafe in it. Yes, this is for the iPhone 13, and I am not certain why its so different-looking from the Pylo iPHone 13 mini.
Yes, I don’t know why it shuns the “buckle” asethetic, and I would have to say that it is more transparent than it is translucent. I have seen a case from Apple itself that looks incredibly similar to Pylo, but let’s hope there is no lawsuit happening.
So what’s the drop protection that we got here? Oh, it is 16 feet, which is great for something for feather light. Check it out on the UAG site for $49.99.
Our Review of the [U] Dip Series iPhone 13 5G Case
UAG seems to emphasize that this protective case is “not boring”, and this [U] Series Dip series is definitely interesting.
I suppose what makes it interesting is how it is both opaque and transparent and the same time. So, you got to love what it looks like on the inside, and it is three-piece co-molded, whatever that means. Now it has some terrific antimicrobial properties, and has 20 feet of drop protection.
It is hard to believe that it is rated for 20 feet of drop protection, and that is without any advertised KEVLAR. It is available for purchase for about $39.95 on the UAG site.
Our Review of the Outback Series for iPhone 13 Pro Max
And now for the most earth-friendly, least carbon footprint inducing case, it is the Outback, made of 100 percent biodegradable and compostable materials. I was glad to try out the one for the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
So far, this is the most flexible case that I have tried out, and I am told that this is the second generation of the Outback series. I’m not certain if the one that I tested out a few years ago was the first generation.
It also has that honeycomb on the interior design, and the case is tested for 12 feet of drop protection. It is available on the UAG website for $39.95.
Our Review of the [U] Wave Series iPhone 13 5G Case
And now, another iPhone 13 case in this mysterious [U] Series with the [U] Wave Series. Dang, I’m really getting tired of mistyping those bracket keys.
The Wave is well-named, as its body has this very cool design on it that greatly resembles a wave. It also has a cool translucent body and the whole thing just feels really comfortable on the hand. Fitted with some antimicrobial properties as well as some drop protection of 16 feet, and you have yourself one great case.
If this is something that you want, get it on the UAG site for a price of $39.95.
Our Review of the Civilian Series iPhone 13 5G Case
Well, if you want to put your iPhone in Civilian clothes, you get yourself some serious action with the Civilian Series for the iPhone 13. Now, I have reviewed Civilian cases before, and I am not certain why it is called that.
Perhaps it has to do with the HyperCush tech made to dampen and disperse the energy created when a mobile device collides with something else. In short, it is s good cushion, like any civilian should be, I guess.
Okay, that wasn’t really a good explanation, but it certainly seems very good, and super soft, yet super tough. In fact, the Civilian is good for 20 feet of drop protection. You can purchase the Civilian on the UAG website for about $49.95.
Our Review of the Essential Armor with MagSafe Series iPhone 13 5G Case
We’re going to end this review with the cherry on top. I’m talking about the Essential Armor, which is definitely made for some great protection.
The Essential Armor is also set-up for MagSafe, but we’ve already talked about that at length in this report. I would like to talk about the texture of this guy, and say that it is really made like mesh, for lack of any better words. I am told that the out hex pattern is made to “disperse impact”, and you can take that with more than a grain of salt, especially when it comes to all things UAG.
You would think that the product with a name like “Essential Armor” would give the highest drop protection of the products that we reviewed. However, it is good for 12 feet of drop protection, and it is available for $39.95 on the UAG site with all the other products that we’ve reviewed.
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