Omoton kindly sent this case out for me to honestly review. Unboxing this product, there is relatively nothing to it. The case can be taken off with relative ease, however on the top the phone, there is a gap where the case doesn’t touch the top edge of the phone (look at images). This hasn’t affected my usage though. The edges of the case are in a rose gold colour, but they appear more to be bronze than rose gold. At the back of the case there is a transparent plastic to show off the iPhone SE’s design.
In the Box
As you open the packaging, you find the screen protector along with the 2 pack tempered glass screen protector, which I will be reviewing separately. The screen protector as you can see was originally designed for the iPhone 5, but obviously can fit onto the 5s, and SE. It’s a shame there really isn’t no box for the screen protector, but for £6.99 for the whole package, you shouldn’t dare to complain.
In my week of usage, I found that there was much to complain about unfortunately, despite it’s beautiful design. The button’s required a little more force than without the case, and didn’t give the satisfying feedback that you usually get when you press the iPhone buttons. At the top of the phone, I found that the case didn’t actually touch the top edge of the phone properly. This hopefully is just a problem for just me, and not a reoccurring problem with other customers. Asides from that, all of the ports function as you would want them to, with 3rd party headphones fitting in fine.
Availability And Specifications
The Omoton iPhone SE screen protector and case bundle is available off Amazon in Rose Gold and Space Grey for £6.99 but is only available in the UK. You can purchase them from here:
Amazon (UK Only): http://amzn.to/2gvDEmH
The specifications of the product as always can be found below:
- Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 9.8 x 3 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 159 g
- For: iPhone 5/5s/SE
Pros And Cons
- Fantastic value for money
- Transparent back cover
- Ports function as usual
- The case doesn’t fit on the top edge
- Buttons are a bit mushy to press
I cannot stress enough how much you are getting by paying just £6.99. You get a stylish case, with two tempered glass protectors. All those added up in value would have cost upward of £20 if it came from a more known company such as Anker. However, the drawbacks I found while using this case means I can’t fully recommend it to you. The case has much room for improvement, and you can find out about the screen protectors when I release the review.