It has been a considerably long time since we reviewed an ITSKINS product, nearly 3 years ago (rounding up). This time, we got quite a few with the SPECTRUM FROST, SPECTRUM SOLID, SUPREME CLEAR, and FEBRONIABIO for Apple products.
ITSKINS Spectrum Frost for iPad Pro 12.9-inch
The Spectrum Frost is a very smooth case/cover for the iPad 12.9 inch version, and I mean that in many senses of the word. For one thing, it is smooth and rubbery, and it also looks nice on the largest version of Apple’s tablet.
So its protection is very good with 2 meters/7 foot drop certified. I’m guessing that it has to do with that terrific shock absorbent design, which gives the Frost an overall swishy feel.
You can purchase this on the ITSKINS site for a price of $39.99.
ITSKINS Spectrum Solid for iPad Pro 11-inch
So I am not certain how good a description that solid is for this. It is actually pretty wiggly without an iPad in it, but it is the protection that you want.
And yes, it has protection with the same specs as the aforementioned Spectrum (2 meters or 7 feet). It works with this HEXO TEK 2.0 technology to really take the beats and blows that come with life.
If you want it, it comes in Black, Pink, and Gray for about $29.99 on the ITSKINS site.
ITSKINS Supreme Clear for Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max
Okay, now we are getting to protection for the phones with the Supreme Clear, which is made for some very great drop protection. As you can see (or can’t see) the Supreme Clear is made to be very transparent.
What I know that you can’t see is how hard it is, and it really has some great protection at 4.5 meters at 15 feet. Apparently, this is due to the four-layer shock absorbing design. In addition to the protection for your phone, it also has antimicrobial defenses as well.
All in all, not a bad case, and it can be purchased on the ITSKINS website for about $39.99.
ITSKINS FERONIABIO for Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max
I am assuming that this very long name of FERONIABIO refers to how eco-friendly it is. Seriously, this one boasts a 100 percent compostable material, which is going to be good for whenever the iPhone 12 Pro Max goes through its next stage of planned obsolescence.
I’ve got two different sets of stats for protection. One is 2 meters/7 feet, and the other is 3 meters/10 feet. I haven’t exactly tried out both of them to see what will break first. Should I?
It’s all very good, and available for the low price of $34.99 on the ITSKINS site.