Finding a really good versatile case that will also protect your expensive phone, is really hard to come by. And being a parent of 4 kids, they can be very rough on our phones. Even an accidental slip can cause major damage to your already ridiculously overpriced cell phone. Buying a phone case that is stylish, and built to protect yet won’t break the bank- where do you think you will be able to find something like that? Scooch.com – for our iPhone 6 Plus was only $44.95!!!! The Scoochcase meets and exceeds military standard shock tests. This case is 4-in-1. Just push the button on the clipstic for the grip for east handling, kickstand for portrait and landscape viewing, and mount to air vents or cd drive for safe driving.
My kids actually have a lot of fun with this. When we put the phone down they always run right up and make the clipstic pop out. My husband makes a joke saying the first time he used that he was worried he’d bump into a desk corner or something and make the clipstic come out, but he’s been using it a few weeks and hasn’t had a problem with it accidentally coming out.
Landscape view- perfect for watching YouTube and movies
Great to use the clipstic in air vent hands free while driving. Place it on the table, desk or counter while cooking, watching a video, facetiming, or skyping. Or use the clipstic or rest on your fingers while your checking out your social media, emails or texting.
For the iPhone 6 plus its available in black, gold, steel blue (pictured), turquoise
About (taken from website): At Scooch we are built on making life easier. Scooch started as an idea to bring function to mobile accessories. Since 2014 we have been pushing the boundaries of design, technology, and function in an aim to make the world fit you.
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