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Spigen [Tough Armor] Galaxy S8 Case with Kickstand and Extreme Heavy Duty Protection and Air Cushion Technology for Samsung Galaxy S8 (2017) - Black
- Extreme dual-layer protection made of a TPU body and polycarbonate back
- Tactile buttons with precise cutouts raised lips to protect screen and camera
- Reinforced kickstand for hands-free viewing experience
- Mil-Grade certified with Air-Cushion Technology in all corners
- Galaxy S8 Case Compatible with Samsung Galaxy S8 Case (2017)
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The case fits and protects the S8 very well. The internal TPU rubber layer feels well made and the hard plastic exoskeleton provides good structure. The curved edge of the screen is not obstructed by the case, but the extra case material on the sides makes it much easier to hold on to without accidentally interacting with the screen. The front of the case extends far enough past the screen to ensure you can safely set the phone face down on a surface without scratching things up. All the port cut outs are where expected and there's a good amount of room around the headphone jack to ensure they can be plugged in nicely. Another nice feature is that the case does not interfere with any of the wireless Qi chargers I've tried.
The downside is the kickstand. Compared to other cases I've used with a kickstand it feels very flimsy. While it does lock closed, when open there's no tension spring to hold it in place. It just kinda flops around. This means if you move the phone while the kickstand is out, it likely folds in and the phone ends up falling over. Further, the stand is only able to hold the phone up horizontally, unlike some other designs I've tried which can do both vertical and horizontal.
Overall I'll live with it, but the kickstand feels like a waste on an otherwise decent case.
Bulk wise, its not bad. Its not as bad as the popular brand but I can honestly say, this thing will seriously protect your phone. Especially if you put a plastic or tempered glass on your phone as well.
If you own or have read about a Galaxy S8 or S9 you know that the side edges are curved. This means that if the phone falls on its side there's a huge risk of the entire side of the screen cracking, which is what happened to mine. This case tries to solve that problem by making the top and bottom edges (not sure how to describe this) raised so that they extend up beyond the surface of the screen. When you lay the phone flat face down you can see that there is space between the screen and the surface you're laying it on--in fact, you can slide a dime in there no problem. It's easy to think that this might work, and maybe it would if the phone lands perfectly parallel to the ground, but my phone is proof that it doesn't really work.
My phone must have landed angled a bit towards one side because there was an area of total destruction about 3/4 of an inch wide all along one side of my phone. That's proof enough for me that this case isn't gonna work.
That's too bad, because it's a nice looking case and seems to be made of quality materials. I can't risk another $200 screen replacement bill, though, so I'm losing this case and buying another.
First, the area on the bottom around the headphone output jack -- it has a very decent amount of cut-out left to right (from one side of the phone to the other), but I think it should have had a teensy bit more of a cut-out up and down (from front to back) to allow for the more professional headphone jacks to seat better. My Audio-Technica's still work, but the feel isn't the same as the plug being in 100%.
The other thing is the stand, it should be adjustable by a few clicks. It doesn't feel particularly strong to begin with, but mostly I wish it was adjustable. As it is, only in landscape mode does it work, not portrait for reading. That's a bummer. Also, the angle is a bit too far back one way and a bit too upright another. In landscape mode, it's in either a near-80° angle or, when flipped over, a 40° angle.
Oh well. Still feels like a good case, I like it so far.