Switch Easy Nude for iPhone 3G/3Gs Review

Switch Easy Nude for iPhone 3G/3Gs Review

Want to keep your iPhone’s form factor as close to the way it was when you first pulled it out of the box but still protect it?

There are skins that will do it, but these are often hard to install.

The Switch Easy Nude case measures at only .08mm of thickness.  It comes in 6 colors and includes two crystal clear screen protectors.

At only $19.99 this case offers the absolute closest thing to a naked phone that I’ve seen.

Check out my video review below then head to the Switch Easy web site and grab one.

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2 Comments on "Switch Easy Nude for iPhone 3G/3Gs Review"

  1. Jessica Fritsche | January 26, 2010 at 2:16 pm |

    This reminds me a lot of the Power Support Air Jacket case, which is what I had on my iPhone when I first got it. It was the thinnest one I’ve ever seen until this one–only 0.7mm and it felt like it added virtually no bulk to the iPhone at all. The only thing that sucked was that it eventually cracked and I had to replace it with a better case.

  2. Larry Greenberg | January 26, 2010 at 2:32 pm |

    @jessic – it’s quite similar to the power support, but this seems thinner. I know the PS Specs say it’s thinner but since the Nude is so flexible it just seems to wear thinner. If memory serves me correctly the PS supports don’t cover the top either, they come in less colors and the cost almost twice as much.

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