Ok, maybe 131-foot is a far cry from Urban Armor’s stratospheric drop, but to be fair, that drop was done without a chute. But the chute-free drop from OWC wind turbine is not without some discount; it was an iPhone 5 that was being dropped and not the more fragile iPhone 6 or 6 Plus. Still, it was a feat which goes a long way to prove the case that the dropped 5 was clad in, a NewerTech NuGuard KX Case, was able to sustain immense impact. I doubt regular folks using an iPhone or even a Galaxy device would have an opportunity to put their devices in such a high (literally) risk predicament. Anyways, if you are looking for the ultimate in protection without bulking up the phone by a lot, then you may want to give NewerTech NuGuard KX Case some thoughts.
As for what goes under the skin, or rather in between the skins, is a “state-of-the-art” X-Orbing Gel Technology that takes the beating and distribute the energy evenly so that minimal or no shock reaches the phone or its innards. The case will of course, keeps your precious iPhone 6 and its bigger sibling, the 6 Plus, from suffering from the infamous #bendgate. In addition to impact protection, it also offers better grip – thanks to the textured surface. It has a hard exterior, while the inside is composed of soft lining for added protection and ensuring a scratch-free fit. The NewerTech NuGuard KX Case is available in a choice of colors, including black, blue, red and midnight, and priced at $49 and up. Continue reading for the said drop test, starring iPhone 5.