As much as I love to protect my phone at all times, I've never been a huge case fan. I'll throw one on my device when out and about, but as soon as I get home, I take it right off.

A few days ago, Modern Dad himself went hands-on with a case for the Pixel 2 called "Peel." Peel is a company that makes cases by the same name, and they're designed to give your phone some added protection while adding just a marginal amount of bulk. It's an incredible idea, and Phil found Peel's execution to be quite solid.

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Shortly after this, some of our forum users started talking about whether or not they'd be picking one up for themselves – these are a few of the responses:


I have the frosted one on my Panda. It fits great, quality is okay and I feel it's overpriced. It provides little to no protection though.


It's all about how you treat your phone. Start with skin. It's more for the look. It can protect from scratch but not from the drop. Then the slim case. Still look nice and gives some protections on the drop. This fit ppl generally careful with the phone but accident may happen. I like the Spigen Thin Fit because I has place to put a metal plate for the magnetic car mount. Then for those...


I loved the Peel case on the Pixel. I'm sure their case for the Pixel 2 is just as good.


I have the MNML case in red and love it as my daily case. It is as thin as the peel but only 14.99. It is more a skin than a case, but that is what i wanted. None of the problems getting a skin to stay on curved surfaces. I have a more rugged case for when i go hiking. And i have the Newdery battery case. Using the MNML gives me a skin-like cover with the ability to remove to fit other...


Whether it be a bulky or slim one, we'd like to know – Are you rocking a case on your phone?

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