Review: Colorful & Protective iPhone 8 & 8 Plus Cases from X-Doria

X-Doria offers a ton of color and style choices for its Defense Cases ($12.95-34.99) all at a reasonable price.  Most are drop-tested from three meters (almost ten feet) and offer great protection, but that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice style. Several of the designs offer unique accents like carbon fiber styling, iridescent materials, ballistic nylon, or a leather texture.

Related: Best Protective Cases for the iPhone 8 & 8 Plus: Waterproof, Rugged, and Tough

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The prices are affordable and even better with discount codes when subscribing to X-Doria's newlsetters. Just keep in mind that not all designs have a variety of color choices as some are only available in shades of black or clear.

Pros

  • Tons of color and style choices
  • Great protection
  • Great price
  • Accents like carbon fiber, iridescent materials

Cons

  • Not all designs have a variety of color choices

Final Verdict

The Defense Cases from X-Doria come in a variety of styles and colors that prevent breaking your iPhone without breaking the bank. 

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