Our expertise for repair and maintenance services has certainly expanded our knowledge about a wide range of products within the technology industry. Due to the variety of issues we have seen with devices, we have done some extensive research and testing on some of the best protective products on the market. We think that these products can greatly increase the lifetime of your device. Here we provide a detailed look at some of these products that we recommend to our customers:
The Otterbox Defender
The Otterbox Defender could be considered a staple, maybe even iconic item when it comes to cases that protect your iPhone. Otterbox has a strong reputation for creating rugged, durable cases for mobile devices and has become synonymous with superior protection for your electronics in tough conditions. The Defender Series case has several layers of protection for your iPhone. At its core, your phone will be seated in a hard poly-carbonate plastic shell that envelops the entire phone and features a raised lip around the screen to keep the display off surfaces when placed face down. This shell has a built-in screen protector that prevents scratches and smudges on your glass display while preserving all its touch capabilities including 3D Touch. There’s a thin protective film over the fingerprint sensor that still allows it to read your prints. The entire shell slips into a thick rubber skin that wraps around the phone’s sides and back to absorb shock from drops, particularly at the corners, keeping your phone crack and damage free. The outer skin also closes out dust and dirt from your ports and buttons, though they remain accessible through rubber doors. The case fits neatly and securely into the included belt clip holster that swivels for portrait or landscape orientation and provides quick access to your phone while on the go.
Sir Lancelot’s Armor Screen Protector
This silky-smooth screen protector is made of tempered glass that has a hardness level of 9H, which makes it one of the hardest screen protectors available. Additionally, it’s 0.4mm thick. Sir Lancelot’s Armor combines this innovative material with new manufacturing process to insure the easiest installation on the market! Using a reusable high strength adhesive only on the edges of the protector allows for easy placement. The adhesive is only under the color portion of the protector, leaving you without any bubbles on your screen. You’ll be impressed with how nice this screen protector feels under your fingers. Although this screen protector can still be scratched, it will do an excellent job at protecting the iPhone screen underneath. There is a 30-day money-back guarantee so that if something happens to your iPhone screen protector, whether it is scratched, shatters or has other problems,you receive your money back. There’s also a lifetime guarantee on manufacturer defects. Here at Quick Fix, we spent some of our time testing and trying a variety of protective products for mobile devices. Our experience with Sir Lancelot’s Armor was certainly the most memorable. The screen protector lasted through many strenuous tests that many others did not. For these reasons, we like to recommend this screen protector to customers after they get their device freshly repaired.
Tech 21’s Impact Snap Case
On the search for a new case for your Mac? Look no further! Tech21’s Impact Snap Case consists of two skinny halves which snap gently but firmly into place – one attaches to the screen of the MacBook or MacBook Air, the other to the base. They’re made from a somewhat flexible shock-absorbing material which feels like a semi-firm gel is sandwiched between the layers. According to Tech21 this material is FlexShock, a specifically engineered hybrid energy absorbing material which absorbs, dissipates and repels force upon impact. Once fitted the case snugly wraps itself around the top, bottom and sides of the MacBook Air while of course leaving access to all ports and sockets. When fully assembled, the case does not add much to the bulk of the already slim MacBook Pro. It doesn’t quite encompass the whole machine, but covers the majority of it, resulting in a well protected device.
Logitech Marathon Mouse M705
At around $20, the Marathon is an excellent value, and it’s been our pick for more than three years. Its sensor tracks well on all surfaces except glass and mirrors, it connects quickly and reliably via a small wireless dongle, and it has eight programmable buttons plus a button to toggle the scroll wheel between ratcheted and freewheel scrolling. We’ve used the Marathon five days a week since we bought it in early 2016, and its original batteries have yet to die. The Marathon can’t connect via Bluetooth, and its optional software for customizing actions is less intuitive than the newer Logitech software used by most of our other picks. But for the majority of people who want to plug in their mouse and go to town, the Marathon remains the best option.
Bose Quiet Comfort 35 Headphones
Tired of looking for the best headphones on the market? Us too. When you combine best-in-class active-noise canceling and an extremely comfortable, fold-up headphone design, the result is the Bose Quiet Comfort 35. Weighing 8.3 ounces, the Quiet Comfort 35 looks much like the Quiet Comfort 25. However, the QC 35 does offer an additional piece of technology to the overall appearance with the Bluetooth toggle on the power switch. The headband offers 12 separate steps to provide maximum comfort, as well as allowing the ear cups to rotate up to 90 degrees one way and five degrees in the other. The oval shaped design of the ear cups themselves attempt to fit over the whole ear to provide a heightened level of comfort over fully round ear cups. Beyond the design, the Bluetooth wireless capability allows the QC 35 to add multi-point pairing or connecting to two devices simultaneously via NFC. An LED battery indicator lets you know how much juice you have left (its said to last up to 20 hours on a single charge). If the battery runs out, the headphones work just fine when wired with the included 47-inch cable.
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