The hardest part that follows buying your iPhone is to find the right case. With the slick back and the mirror finish, it has become even more important to pair your iPhone with the proper case to prolong its life.
The latest versions eliminate the home button, increasing the screen size and meaning a higher risk of damage. Unlike older devices such as the indestructible Nokia 3310 that was rock solid or newer specialist durable phones for use outside, smartphones, especially the iPhone aren’t really designed to take knocks or falls.
Mous cases have not had the smoothest sailing of them all. Their products were not well-received during the initial stages, but they have certainly worked hard enough to reach a stature where they are being used, reviewed and appreciated for the efforts.
Mous made its debut back in 2017. A lot of people faced inconveniences on the customer service front and getting refunds. That scarred their reputation amongst geeks but they are making a solid comeback.
We used a Mous Limitless 2.0 iPhone case for our iPhone X for two weeks straight, and we recorded the pros and cons without thinking twice. It is all about the unabashed truth after all.
1. Upscale looks
One look at the available options in the cover section and that is some variety. The next thing you know, you are picking them up, and they feel upscale and adequate to keep your phone intact. Given how iPhone genuinely screams luxury, the cover adds the necessary oomph factor to the physical appearance.
2. Protects well
For all the clumsy souls out there, who leave their phones too close to the edge of the table and drop it on hard marble surfaces or roads approximately fifty times a day, this cover sure protects it well. There is the necessary texture which generates friction and prevents accidental damage which can lead to both small and significant damages on your precious phone.
3. Unusual materials
Another exciting part of the Mous limitless cases is the material. And might we say, they sure do it well. Of course, there is the added responsibility of choosing the material wisely so that the cover does not hamper the wireless charging.
Mous does a fabulous job at not interfering with wireless or fast wireless charging or does not cause any heating which of course can shorten your gadget’s life by leaps and bounds.
4. Not bulky
The thing about heavy duty covers and cases is that it works by adding bulk to the phone which in turn reduces the chances of accidental damage.
However, Mous finds the sweet spot. It optimizes on the bulk front to ensure that your phone is not difficult to carry but has the protection of a quality cover.
5. Paired screen protector
Often, when you buy phone cases, it just does not come with the screen protectors. Mous cases come with complimentary screen protectors which further customizes your phone’s needs.
Very few people know this, but when your screen protector and your phone’s case do not have the much-needed snug fit, it creates gaps in the nooks and crannies which can lead to more significant physical damages to your phone.
6.Magnetic Accessory Attachment
With magnetic accessory attachments, Mous takes a wholesome approach to protect your iPhone. From mounts, to flip covers and card wallets, it is a perfect accompaniment for the working millennials who aim to travel with ease.
Their key chain cable is a sneaky but smart add-on that you would not find with most brands out there. Magnetic grips make it minimal and so much more convenient.
1. Hefty price tag
Some of us are continually looking at updates, and a hefty price tag with the accessories could make it easy for people to overlook the brand altogether.
With the evolving technology, gadget freaks and commoners are always on the lookout for the new features and upgrades. Investing in cases such as these can make it almost futile for them.
Nevertheless, making the cases budget-friendly would be another task for Mous to capture the budget market and impress the millennials.
2. Button design
It is common to want to nit-pick on the tiniest details when you are shelling out as much as eighty USD for a phone case.
Despite the impressive features, the button design does not sit well with the overall aesthetics that the case renders to the phone.
Perhaps soft-touch buttons concealed beautifully in the design would have taken the cake for us.
Mous Limitless 2.0 cases are worth every penny for those who tend to hold on to their gadgets for a long time, say more than two years or so. Or if you are clumsy and tend to start your day reaching out for your phone groggily but end up dropping it from your nightstand anyway. It would be interesting to see how Mous keeps the audience on its toes with its subsequent launches.