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Gear4 Angry Birds iPhone Case Review


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  • Looks good
  • Slim


  • Not very protective
  • Difficult to remove
  • Brittle

Key Specifications

  • Slim fitting
  • Hardshell
  • Character themes

Ah, Angry Birds. It’s inextricably linked with iPhones now, so it was inevitable that there would be iPhone cases featuring some kind of Angry Birds design. It’s just sad that the cases are so poor.

Angry Birds iPhone Case
Good things about the case: It’s slim, allows easy access to all ports and can be bought with either a red bird, yellow bird, black bird or green King Pig design.

Bad things about the cases: Everything else. They are thin, offering little to no protection from bumps and knocks. They are slippy to hold and feel brittle to touch. They’re also very ostentatious.

Then, when you’ve had enough and want to take the case off, they are nearly impossible to remove with resorting to sticking a butter knife down the back of the case and risking scratching your phone.

Trusted Score

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Score in detail

  • Usability 5
  • Features 5
  • Value 5
  • Build Quality 4
  • Design 8

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