Cruzerlite Bugdroid Circuit Case Review
I recently picked me up a case the Cruzerlite Bugdroid Circuit Case for my Nexus 6P. I had just got a nice Nexus 6P and I decided I needed a cheap and great case for it!
The Nexus 6P might be a bit outdated in 2018 but its still a fantastic phone. So why not throw an amazing case on it? After searching across Amazon for a while I finally stumped upon Cruzerlite cases.
Case shipped quick with Amazon Prime
This case was available for amazon prime so free shipping with a $9 phone case. Sure why not, I figured I would give it a shot.
The phone was shipped in a simple padded envelope that was kind of folded over and was placed between 2 pieces of cardboard. I was surprised to find that everything arrived in perfect condition as this seemed like a cheap way to ship an item. Even though this item is only $9 and rubber I’m glad it was OK. After tearing open the little plastic bag it was in, I was able to get the case on the phone really quick.
This is the main reason I picked up this case. It has a fantastic design and nerdy enough for me. With a cool little Android robot right in the middle. It is even translucent enough to see the sweet Google Nexus logo. I bought the blue because it is my favorite color but it comes in all different kinds of colors that might fit your style more.
Issues with the case
I’ve only have one small problem with this case. It’s not made to protect your from hard drops. Given it’s light weight, rubbery design its not really meant to. Also the rubber could have been a little thicker so the phone could’ve been better protected.
Conclusion on the Cruzerlite Bugdroid Circuit Case
This little case is fantastic. I wanted something I could slip on my phone for a really cheap price. The Cruzerlite Bugdroid Circuit Case design is what really drew me in for sure. I believe if I ever decide to get another phone case for an upgrade I’ll be checking out Cruzerlite for sure. Also really easy to put in and take out of the pocket.
I give it 5 outta 5 across the board.
Pick up this little fantastic cause up on Amazon today!
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