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If you’re not a fan of big bulky cases, but
hate the one-time use that you get out of a skin, well let me introduce you to the world’s
thinnest iphone case. This is The Veil from Caudabe. Hey what’s up everyone, this is Dom and if
you haven’t caught on by now, The Veil is a super thin iPhone case. In fact, it’s only
I’ve never been a fan of skins as you can only use them once, and I’m not
really fond of cases that take away from the beauty and sleek design of a smartphone. Well,
The Veil seems to offer the best of both worlds, at least for my use. Today we’re checking out the iPhone 6 and
6 Plus versions, but Cauabe also makes it for the iPhone 5, 5s, and 5c.
And I’ll be
sure to leave all of the links below in case you’d like to check them out.
Putting on The Veil is as easy as you’d assume.
Just plop the iPhone inside of it and press down around the edges. This case features
an open bottom design, much like Apple’s leather case, and has cutouts for all of the buttons
and the mute switch. Just in case you were wondering, The Veil
will not solve any protruding camera issues you may have with the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus,
but that’s because it’s thinner that the camera protrudes.
So you’ll still have a little bump
there, but that’s never been an issue for me. What you’re gaining is the experience
of having a naked iPhone, but with added scratch and bump protection. Also, the front of The
Veil is perfectly formed to the curved glass edges of the iPhone 6 and leaves plenty of
space for a screen protector. It’s a semi flexible case made from magical
plastics and it has a matte finish that resists fingerprints and dust, but in my opinion it
can be a little slippery.
Don’t get me wrong, it’s no more slippery than the iPhone itself,
but I kind of wish it had a rubberized matte finish to it for added grip because as you
can see here, it just kind of slides around in your hand. The Veil is awesome for me, but if you’re
looking for drop protection or pretty much anything outside of pocket protection, you
may not appreciate this case. I’m a case-less kind of guy, but prefer to keep some type
of coverage on my smartphones to keep away scratches in case I’d like to sell it at a
later date. This is protection for the minimalist. If you drop your phone inside of this case,
you might as well have dropped it naked. The Veil offers everything I need, but what
do you think about it? Be sure to leave a comment down below. This case is available for around $15 and
it comes in the Wisp Black color that you see here or Frost. Check it out using the
links doiwn below and leave this video a thumbs up if you enjoyed it. Also, if you’re not
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watching everyone. This is Dom and have a great day! .