- Complete protection with strong polycarbonate hardshell and leatherette front cover.
- Check date/time, answer/reject calls and swipe off alarms without opening the cover.
- Magnetic clasp keeps cover closed or folded back while accessing touchscreen.
- All buttons and cameras remain accessible while inside the case.
Intricately engineered, Moshi's SenseCover is a unique case with a touch-sensitive cover that offers complete front and backside protection for your iPhone. The hybrid leatherette front cover is embedded with proprietary SensArray pads that allow you to answer and talk on the phone without having to open the cover. It works seamlessly with Moshi's iVisor for extra screen protection. Elegant in both form and function, SenseCover is simply a joy to use.
|Backside Buffer film Installation|
The backside buffer film is located between two stickers (marked #1 and #2). Please follow the instructions below to apply the film to your iPhone's backside.
1. Use the provided microfiber cloth to wipe away any dust particles on the backside of the iPhone.
*Note: dust particles that accidentally fall on the buffer film during installation will cause bubbles and can be easily removed with scotch tape.
OK, but not great...expensive for what you get Review by goodhikers
I had great hopes for this product--I'm on my third iphone 5 case already in just five months. Unfortunately, it's just okay and likely not worth the $45 it costs. Put this in the $20 - $25 range and I might think differently.
My two previous cases were throwaways--very cheap (under $10) that could have actually been great products, but their outer phone connectors cracked and I had to use double-stick mounting tape to hold my phone in. Otherwise, they did the job of protecting my phone from loose keys and change in my pocket.
Imagine my surprise when the Sensecover showed up with exactly the same two outer phone connectors and the same general design! Further, the plastic does not appear to be much stronger than the cheap throwaways. I almost returned this case right out of the box.
I've had it a few days and can say that the usability of the sliding answering strip when the phone rings is nice, but really ends up a marginal benefit. For one thing, you cannot complete the call without opening the case at some point, i.e. to hit the "end call". In my case at least, I had to open the cover and tap the icon...strip didn't work. Option is to wait for the other person to hang up first. Okay, I'll stand you down until you hang up.
Also, answering phone calls from various services (vice friends), you often need to open the cover to press one of the keypad numbers. I never thought of this before because I've always had the case open and quickly tapped the keyboard icon to pull it up. In just two days, I've had to scramble three times with this cover to open the case and tap the icon, whether to say we were going to have the conversation in English or I was the correct person requested by my pharmacy delivery service (i.e. "please press 1"). Who knew?
Bottom line: case works as advertised, appears to be (but hopefully not) weak construction, and has relatively marginal utility. I'll keep it, but unfortunately, not worth $45. Sorry guys. (Posted on 2/23/14)
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