You might be quite picky when it comes to choosing protection for your nice new iPhone 5, and it’s worth taking your time when looking for cases considering the amount of money being splashed out for the hardware itself. One brand that offers a versatile range of iPhone 5 cases is Belkin, and when it comes to designs, patterns, and colors they have a number of options.
We included one of the more unique designs on this page, and the image below shows two iPhone 5 cases with one including petals and another featuring a range of pastel colors. These two options are certainly not for everyone and if you’re like us then something more plain would be better, but this isn’t a problem considering Belkin has you covered here as well.
Belkin feature a couple of totally plain designs as well, and while they are versatile it seems that the choice of plain colors is limited at first glance, but after clicking on one of the cases from this page you’ll be met with a few options to customize the color. The choices of color variations is different for each iPhone 5 case, so it is best to have a look at each one first and play around with the style and colors. We looked at a few of the cases from the landing page and discounted them for being totally the opposite of what we like, although after changing the colors they looked completely different, so again it’s certainly worth playing around with the styles before making a decision.
One of our favorite Belkin iPhone 5 cases on offer is the Grip Candy Sheer Case, which features a two-tone finish and comes with a grip that still allows for the thin iPhone 5 to fit in your pocket easily. You can play around with the color combinations on this page, but our favorite had to be Gravel/Reflection as seen in the image below.
What do you look for when buying iPhone 5 cases? Considering the new hardware is longer and thinner it’s important to keep that form factor, although those of our readers that need a really heavy-duty case might not like the options provided by Belkin and should consider OtterBox instead.
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