Product Type: Cath Kidson Mobile Phone Case
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Cath Kidston iPhone 4 case
Member Name: Whizz11
Cath Kidston iPhone 4 case
Advantages: Cute design, protects
Cath Kidston Shooting Stars iPhone 4G Case
When I upgraded to an iPhone 4 a few months ago I wanted to buy a case for it so I could protect it and keep it nice. I have a case or some sort of protection for all of my electronic devices as I think if you are going to pay a lot of money for them you want to keep them protected and as good as new. I wanted something different from the ordinary boring black when I came across this gorgeous Cath Kidston case in John Lewis. I love the Cath Kidston ranges and one of my favourites is her shooting stars design. This features a white background with lots of different coloured stars on it. The stars are red, pink, green, blue and yellow and its quite a fetching design in my opinion.
The case can be described as a lacquered shell rather than an all over fabric case or leather case. The lacquer is a hard plastic and having had this for a few months now and dropping it a few times the case has not shattered or broken so I think it is protecting my phone well. The case snaps onto the back on the iPhone and has a little hole where the camera lens is so that it not covered up. What this case does do is protect the side antenna not he iPhone 4 that is around the edge of the iPhone. THe case provides a very snug fit and is very hard to come off. It won't come loose in a bag or anything like that. In fact when it comes to taking the case off it is a little hard and I find I have to push on the little hole where the camera lens is to loosen the shell and pull it off.
The shell also has a cut out at the bottom so you can charge your phone without having to take the case off and it also has a cut out where the silence button and volume buttons are on the left hand side of the iPhone so you can still use these buttons without taking the shell off.
The case is slightly raised at the front so the screen has some sort of protection, i.e. if you put this phone screen down on the table screen first the edges of the case will keep the screen from actually touching the table so it is protected that way but if you actually just keep the phone in your bag the screen will probably get a bit scratched as it is still open to the elements. This is where I would suggest putting one of those clear films over the screen to stop it from scratching. However, that I think is the only negative with this case as I love everything else about it and would recommend it as something different for your iPhone.
The case was a little expensive at £24.95 from John Lewis but I can see it lasting a long time so for me it was worth the investment.
Summary: Cath Kidston iPhone 4 case
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