Review: Attractive yet Protective iPhone 7 Cases from X-Doria

Review: Attractive yet Protective iPhone 7 Cases from X-Doria

The latest cases from X-Doria look like they belong in the Museum of Modern Art. Two of the case styles in particular caught my eye, namely the Revel and Rumble Cases ($29.99).

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Revel

The Revel is slimmer (and a bit slippery) and artistic in nature. Speaking of nature, the images on the Revel cases consist of wildlife, in a modern, mosaic design. They are quite attractive, and still offer enough translucency to reveal the Apple logo.

Rumble

The Rumble offers a more rugged design thanks to extra protection on the top and bottom of the iPhone and it has more grip and hard edges. 

Pros

  • Creative, artistic designs
  • Rumble design offers plenty of protection
  • Revel design offers enough translucency to reveal Apple logo
  • Affordable

Cons

  • Revel is a bit slippery

Final Verdict

The Revel and Rumble cases from X-Doria are artistic and affordable. The hard part is choosing, but at that price, maybe you don't have to!

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