Best Cases to Buy for Your (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus

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Mar 29, 2017
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Bought a (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus lately? Then you might need a case for it that not only protects the device, but shows off your prized possession as well.

A Red iPhone Deserves a Tough & Clear Case – Here Are All the Wonderful Choices at Hand

If you recently made the effort to grab yourself a red iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, then chances are high that you are looking for a case to protect your smartphone. Of course, since the phone carries a ‘Special Edition’ badge, therefore it’s likely that you need something that’s clear, while at the same time, tough. Here are all the best choices at hand which are worth your time and money.

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Spigen Liquid Crystal for iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus

With the Spigen Liquid Crystal, there’s not much that can go wrong. Not only it’s a clear case, but thin as well at only 1.3.mm. This means you won’t lose the feel of your device, while at the same time, show off that matte red finish to people around you.

The Spigen Liquid Crystal will set you back $9.99 for the iPhone 7 version, and $11.99 for iPhone 7 Plus. Make sure you select the Crystal Clear color option upon checkout.

Tech21 Impact Clear for iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus

Although this case is on the pricier side of the fence, but it features Tech21’s BulletShield technology. It’s a material used in bullet-proof glass, ensuring it retains the integrity of your smartphone even if it falls from a heigh of 5-feet. And best of all: it’s clear at the back. But the obvious trade-off with all that protection is the slight thickness of the case.

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The Tech21 Impact Clear for iPhone 7 will set you back $44.99, while the iPhone 7 Plus version will cost you $25. See how those prices seem a little off? That’s because these cases tend to go on sale on an occasional basis, so play your luck out a little with this one to save some bucks.

Speck Presidio Clear for iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus

This is one of those cases that you put on your smartphone and just completely forget about it. The Speck Presidio Clear is tested to withstand a drop of 8-feet while offering an all-around coverage from accidental bumps and whatnot. Personally, I would choose the Speck over the Tech21 at any given time.

The Speck Presidio Clear for iPhone 7 will set you back $22.88, while the iPhone 7 Plus version will cost you $21.75. Again, this case goes on sale regularly so there’s a chance you will end up saving quite a bit of money if it’s your lucky day.

RhinoShield CrashGuard Bumper Case for iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus

Personally, I’m not a huge fan of bumper cases, but this particular one can withstand a drop from a whopping 11-feet. If that doesn’t sound convincing enough, someone even drop tested it with an iPhone 7 Plus inside from a helicopter and it managed to come out unscathed. But of course, we wouldn’t recommend doing that yourself. And oh, it comes in a plethora of colors as well, so you can rest assured that you can be all creative when you are shopping for it.

The RhinoShield CrashGuard will set you back $24.99 for both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models.

AmazonBasics Clear Case for iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus

All good things in life are simple, just like the AmazonBasics Clear Case for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Not only it’s cheap, but it offers a fair amount of protection at its asking price. And in case you do end up damaging it, it won’t hurt to buy another one. And another one. And so on.

The AmazonBasics Clear Case for iPhone 7 will set you back $1.37, and the iPhone 7 Plus version will cost you $1.81. We told you it was cheap!

Wrap Up

Personally, I would go for the Speck case at any given time, and that too without second guesses. Not only it gets the work done, but it ensures protection in the best possible manner. The final choice is totally yours though. Even the AmazonBasics case might get the job done for you, provided you are not into tossing your smartphone around like a frisbee.

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