It's not a secret by now, we absolutely love Magpul's smartphone and tablet cases. The company just dropped off their long-awaited Field Case for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, so naturally were super excited to get the opportunity to use it on Apple's slimmest iPhone ever. And if you were expecting something different this time around, more unique looking than the previous Field Case for the iPhone 5s, then preper for another round of repetition. Remarkably, Magpul has not changed the design of its Field Case since the days of the iPhone 3G. The tactical firearm accessory manufacturer is sticking to its iconic PMAG-inspired ribbed rifle magazine styling it created years ago – and we're fine with that. Because it's a design that actually serves a real purpose, and that is grip. The Field Case, which amazingly is still being made in the U.S.A, is one of the few protective iPhone cases on the market that truly focuses on providing the user with the best possible grip without any special coatings and unergonomic shapes. Magpul's Field Case for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is of course slimmer than ever before, yet familiar in all the best ways. Look for our full review after the jump! Or just click that buy button now to save time because this case is straigt up brilliant.Read More
The case that we have been using on our devices for years has just recently been promoted to an executive. That’s right, Magpul has finally duplicated its fan-favorite Executive Field Case to fit the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5. Magpul continues to rank extraordinarily high on our top favorite list of case manufacturers year over year due to its relatively inexpensive and expertly made tactical-inspired cases for iPhone, iPad and Android devices alike. And to think that this is a company that doesn't primarily make cases, but rather tactical and military-grade gear says a lot about the dedication and attention to detail that Magpul puts into manufacturing cases for mobile gadgets right here in the U.S. But enough of that, our in-depth Executive Field Case review is waiting down below!Read More
If until today you thought your iPad mini was the best tablet you've ever held purely from a comfortable form factor standpoint, you were wrong. Your mind will be blown away once you get the chance to feel how awesome it can be once you slip on Magpul's new Field Case case on it. That's right, Magpul now has your tablet covered too. And you won't believe how incredibly grippy this case is, unless of course you've held your iPhone encased with one of Magpul's tactical cases. And the fit? It's just amazing, if not respectively better than the smaller Field Case variant. It's almost like it's part of the device, which is always a huge compliment to any case when it comes to the fit. Because how a case fits around your tablet makes a considerable difference between a mediocre experience and one that really puts a smile on your face. But hold on, you haven't even gotten to our full and in-depth review of Magpul's Field Case for the iPad mini and iPad mini 2 with Retina display. So be sure to tread lightly from here on out, over.Read More
The one case that had everyone fall deeply in love with its tactical attributes, feel-good ribbed design and sensible price is bested by a superior look-alike. The Bump Case for the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5 is Magpul's dual-layered case version of its greatest hit - the Field Case. It supposedly fuses the best of both worlds by using two types of materials similar to Speck's CandyShell, albeit done up in Magpul's unique and one-of-a-kind exterior texture. With a hard outer shell and a softer, shock absorbing interior layer, Magpul's Bump Case serves a slightly more protective purpose compared to the more flexible, standard all-thermoplastic TPU Field Case. For quite a few years now, we were known to rave about Magpul's Field Case case for the iPhone, but that may change now that the Bump Case is here to please. Read the full review down below to see which Magpul case we find triumphant.Read More
Magpul, a company that's not as known for its iPhone cases as it is for its tactical and military-grade gear, has successfully managed to rank amongst the best case brands as far as we see it without having a greedy outlook on iPhone users whilst still producing its cases in the USA - with what we think is a more experienced and thoughtful process. Anyone who's had the pleasure of using Magpul's Field Case and Executive Field Case for the iPhone knows very well that the company's new Field Case V2 for the iPhone 5 is going to be incredibly awesome and then some.
I know that we're really enthusiastic about Magpul's new Field Case for the iPhone 5, and we patiently awaited the release of a slightly slimmer and longer version of Magpul's Gadgetmac Editors' Choice Award-winning case to hit the market, or should I say our hands. After having used the company's iPhone 4/S iterations, I can confidently say that there's no other non-premium style cases I would rather wait months for than Magpul's extraordinary Field Case. Our full review is one click, or scroll away!Read More
Ah...tis' the season for colder temps. Yes, even down here in N. Florida! So I was on the hunt for a case that has great grip and some decent protection. I came across the Magpul Field Case and thought I would grab a few to review. We took a look at Magpul's Executive Field Case for the iPhone 4 a while ago offering more of a clean-cut look than the Field Case. Does the Field Case offer that strong grip I was hoping for? Does it make the iPhone feel to bulky? Do photos get washed out from the camera cutout? Click for the full review after the jump!
The great guys over at Magpul have sent us out a slew of all their Field cases in all their glory and colors. We've already reviewed the Magpul Executive Field Case for the iPhone 4 and I absolutely loved it. If you haven't already checked out the review, you've missed out. Magpul isn't a fancy case maker, but instead a weapon accessory maker, and one of the best at it. Their iPhone cases are fully made in the US and are one of the most affordable cases for the iPhone on the market. $9.95 is all it takes to get one of these cases and you would be surprised at the incredible quality. Go past the break for more.