The kind folks at Casetify sent along 10 samples in various styles for the Apple iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. The case styles included bright colors, fun designs, conservative business options, an ultra impact model with 9.8 feet drop protection, and even one that the representative customized with my online moniker, palmsolo.
The cases are printed on a made-to-order basis so it can offer many customizable elements like bumper colors, added monograms, and different case types, etc. There is no extra charge to personalize the accessory. In fact, 1 out of 4 purchases on the site includes a custom element.
Make sure to visit the Custom Studio to design your specific case if you want something personalized and different than the massive selection already offered on the site.
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Visit the Custom Studio and then make your phone selection, case type, and color choice. There are seven case type options for the iPhone 11 Pro and nine color options.
After making these choices, you can then add up to 10 characters in various styles, colors, and layouts.
The Impact iPhone 11 Pro case is made with a two-layer technology, called qitech, that comes with a 6.6 feet drop protection approval. For an extra $10 you can choose the Ultra Impact model with a 9.8 feet drop rating.
You can see the interior design and color scheme of this custom case. Interesting that my favorite colors are orange and navy blue, which are both present on this case.
Some text appears inside the custom Impact case. It states that the case is designed in Los Angeles and hustle never ends.
Casetify includes its name around the camera opening on the iPhone 11 devices. The case back closely matches the rise of the cameras above the back of the phone.
The sides of the cases rise just above the display so that your screen is protected from scratching if you rest it face down on a flat surface.
The Ultra Impact model beefs up the drop protection thanks primarily to the extra impact material installed in the four corners. I was sent one with an interesting lined pattern on the back too.
The Ultra Impact case bumper is a bit deeper with defined volume buttons and ringer switch access.
The speaker, mic, and Lightning port are all accessible on the Ultra Impact case.
It was tough to resist the Peekaboo cat case since it looks almost like our one year old cat too. You can customize the color of the case with the back panel and bumpers changing as you select various color options.
Given that I have the midnight green iPhone 11 Pro with a military look, I figured the camo grey Impact case would match well with it.
This neon yellow color will help prevent you from ever losing your iPhone 11.
This Waves Crashing design is a good option for someone like me who is a professional naval architect.
The Winter Tale clear case is a good option for the upcoming fall and winter season. The Impact model is $40 on Casetify.
This Crystal Ball on black background case is interesting because many of the elements change in various lighting conditions. The Impact model is $40.
The raised buttons on the clear case are prominent and allow you to easily activate the volume controls.
Like the Crystal Ball case, the Solar System 2 model back in Iridescent changes with various lighting around the case.
The clear bumper material on one of the Impact cases rises above the display to help protect your screen.
The Gravity V2 works well with a dark color phone as the design has small white stars and an astronaut on the back.