No one wants to be locked into a contract on a nice new device and then drop it unprotected and have it break, do they? Keeping your smartphone protected is quite important, and while some add cases for protection, others add it for style or functionality, making finding the perfect case for everyone nearly impossible.
The Qmadix Snap-on Cover for the Pantech Breakout is a great case that combines style, functionality, and protection all in one great package. Without adding a bunch of bulk, or putting some fancy print on the outside, we can't help but wonder -- is this the case for you? With tons of cases already on the market, and new ones hitting almost daily it can be rather difficult to find the perfect case for your needs, but we want to help you out and guide you in the right direction. Let's hit the break and check out some more details about the case as well as a bunch more pictures.
The Qmadix Snap-on Cover has two pieces, one is the case that snaps over the phone and the other is a holster which the cover slides into. I am quite particular about cases and covers on my phone, usually I don't like them since most of them are either to slick or to bulky but I happened to find a rather happy medium with this case. The ribbed style design on the back allowed for the case not to be to slick and want to slide out of my hand, but the case itself was not overly large, contoured the device well.
Another pet peeve I have with cases is when they don't fit super snug, or the edges aren't properly aligned, whether they sit above or below the device it still drives me nuts. The Qmadix case snaps on pretty easily, but locks right into place and doesn't move. It aligns well with the device, and feels very natural in your hands. The cut outs for the charging port, headphone jack and other ports are easily accessible but they aren't overly huge which is a definite plus. Additionally, removing the case doesn't take a ton of effort, nor does it feel like you are going to break the case or device while attempting to remove it.
The case itself is very nice, and definitely a great accessory, and luckily the holster that they have paired with it is equally as well constructed and useful. While belt clips aren't for everyone, they definitely serve a great purpose in my life, I prefer to have quick and easy access of my device instead of fumbling through my pockets to grab it as it rings. The holster has a nice felt liner on the inside which is great since you are placing your device screen side in on towards the holster. In addition the holster has a nice strong ratcheting style clip which allows you to pick a position which you want it to hold to and keep it that way.
If you are looking for a nice case and holster combination without adding a ton of bulk or breaking the bank, the Qmadix Snap-on Cover may be a great case for you.
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