Coveroo Custom Cases Review


Do you want your phone to have its own identity?

Then perhaps it needs a Coveroo case.

Coveroo offers over 2,000 designs that it laser engraves onto the back of your cases.  Or choose a color design and it’ll be applied with a special process that makes it both durable and wear resistant.

You can also choose to truly customize your case by having Coveroo apply your own personal logo or picture to your case.

The Coveroo cases are available for most major cell phones including BlackBerry, iPhone, Motorola, Samsung, Nokia, HTC, Palm, and more!

I recently ordered a couple of Coveroo cases for review.

The first part of the process is to select your device on the Coveroo website.

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Once you do so you’ll be given a list of the available cases for your phone.  Coveroo uses high quality, well known case manufacturers to which they apply your image.

In the case of the iPhone you can choose between the Incase Slider or the Cozip.

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If you plan on choosing one of Coveroo’s stock design’s your next step will be to choose a category.

There ares several to choose from.  From the NBA to MLB, Super Heros and tons more.

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Then you choose the design to be placed on the back of the case.  Each category has several designs to choose from.

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You’ll then see a preview of how your case will look.

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At this point the case will cost you $49.95.  You can add high color for an additional $5 and custom text for another $5.

If you choose to add custom text Coveroo has several fonts to choose from.

In my case I sent Coveroo the Gear Diary logo to apply to my case.


I choose the high color option and ordered one white and one black Incase Slider.

For custom images the base prices jumps to $69.95.

I chose the high color option.  My cases arrived very quickly for custom work.  I was already impressed.


The logo itself appears to be part of the case.  It’s completely flush and has undetectable edges.


The white and black version of the Incase Slider look equally sharp.


The Incase Slider is a great choice for Coveroo to use.  It’s a super high quality case and often regarded as one of the best iPhone cases on the market.

It’s a two-piece, slider style case which features a complete “lay on the table” design which protects the entire chrome bezel of the iPhone.


The bottom of the case is easily removed allowing you to use the phone in most dock accessories without removing it from the top portion of the case.


While the black version is matte, the white is more glossy.


Other than that the two cases are identical in every way.


Coveroo is a great way to create that iPhone case you always wanted but could never find.  Make it as personal as you want it to be.

Sure the custom cases are not cheap but when you’re dealing with custom art set up things usually aren’t

And what you get in return is a super high quality case that you designed.  One that reflects you.

The only bad part about my experience with the Coveroo cases is I didn’t get to keep them.  Judie and Dan liked them so much I ended up sending them each one of the cases.  🙂

You can learn more about all of Coveroo’s cases and designs by visiting their website.

M.S.R.P. – $49.95 and up.

What I like – completely customizable, high quality, fast process.

What I don’t like – nothing.

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