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Griffin Reveal iPhone case review


Griffin Reveal case

has recently released a minimalist case for the iPhone 3G and 3GS that they call Griffin Reveal. Right, we know what you’re thinking - with all the various iPhone cases out there, what’s so special about this one? Well, for starters, the Griffin Reveal is meant to stay out of the way. It isn’t bulky, and barely adds any thickness to your iPhone. In fact, it just adds 1.4 mm in thickness to the iPhone 3G or 3GS.


The Griffin Reveal is a one-piece case, just a polycarbonite shell with thin rubber interior lining accents. You get access to all ports and controls. It isn’t meant to be the super-thick, ultra-protective case that can withstand being dropped down a flight of marble steps, but if you want to protect the back and side of the phone from scratches, this is your thing. We like it because of the fact that it is so minimal. In fact, since I have a white , I went ahead and got the white version of the case. It looks great, and feels great. Of course, if you’re more adventurous, you can pick it up in pink, peach, black, red, blue, or purple as well.

All in all, we recommend the Griffin Reveal is you are one who doesn’t want to take away from the aesthetics of the iPhone as they are. You get protection from bumps and scratches, while still maintaining the look of the iPhone. You can pick up a Griffin Reveal for $25.

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