OBLIQ (PEARL WHITE) Case Review
So here's my first review ever on any kind of product. I purchased this OBLIQ case as an alternate backup case. I figure if I'm not going to use it very often, white isn't a bad choice. It looks clean. So let's begin with the package contents; Obliq Xtreme Pro Case, Zeiss Xtreme Anti Shock screen protector, microfiber cleaning cloth, squeegee. All of the items came just as the package had mentioned. The seller I bought it from actually included a free mini stylus.
The screen protector itself felt great. It was thick and firm but soft at the same time. I used it for about a couple of weeks without any issues. After clipping my nails one day, I received a text. Not thinking about anything, I go in and swipe my screen to see who it is. Whoops! I should've checked my finger nails. There was a small enough piece of something on my nail to where the screen protector did what it was supposed to, protect it, and that was the end of that screen protector. It was good while it lasted. I eventually ended up buying a different set. On to the case.
My first impression about it was that it's white and it's going to get dirty quick! Nope. It's actually handled pretty well. I was doing some minor brake bleeding with a friend on his car. I forgot to change my case to the UAG before I headed out. I gave up on trying to keep it clean. My hands weren't as dirty as doing major engine work where they would be all greasy but it was definitely something where I should've washed my hands before picking up my phone. I left quite a dirty streak on the side of the case and was worried. I figure that if there's a bad enough mark on it, I have acetone at home that should clear it right up. I go and wash my hands very thoroughly and grab the phone case. I take the case and I just rub it down with my hands. It wiped off immediately! I don't know what this case is made out of exactly but it didn't stay dirty for long. I was impressed with how clean it got without having to exactly "wash" it. There is an issue of trying to remove the case. It fits so snug that to take it off, I start at the top and poke my finger through the camera hole to push it out. I suppose that's not a bad thing though. The volume and unlock screen buttons are very hard to press. It's hard to figure out if you've pressed it or if you need to again.
Overall I am fairly impressed with the construction of this case. The worst thing I could find about it, is that the side buttons are hard to actuate. There's no definitive "click" when you press it. This is a tad bit smaller than my UAG case and I switch back and forth pretty frequently. I hope this helps your search for a new case!