iPhone 6(s+)

Incipio NGP Review – iPhone 6

 

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NOT the best iPhone 6 case

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Incipio NGP Review - iPhone 6

 

Incipio NGP – An over-rated iPhone case

This is a $20 TPU case that is commonly known as the top iPhone case for the 6. In my opinion, its not. The NGP is a fairly soft case that wraps around your iPhone that wears well but despite what Incipio says, this case is not easy to grip especially when compared to other Incipio cases but compared to other iPhone cases its a steal at 20 bucks.

For our iLoome ScreenMate Max review, we’ve given it a score of 3.8 Eh’s out of 5. In our opinion, this case is pretty close to the Tech 21 Evo Mesh and the Speck CandyShell and doesn’t come close to our favourites, the Rhinoshield CrashGuard and Thule Atmos X3. If you’re looking for other iPhone case options, check out our comparison tool!

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     Incipio NGP
     
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    (out of 5)

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    PricePrice:
    $19.99 USD
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    ProsPros:
    - One of Incipio's thinner cases
    - Easy to install
    ConsCons:
    - Doesn't offer much protection
    - Doesn't add much grip to the iPhone (unlike the DualPro)
    - May suffer some discoloration
    Potential ProblemsPotential Problems:
    - Lack of grip is a concern to us
    Design Rating
    DESIGN
    (Incipio NGP)
    Weight/Bulk/InstallationWeight/Bulk/Install (4.25/5):
    - Fairly thin
    - Light
    Build QualityBuild Quality (4/5):
    - Fairly scratch resistant
    - Not enough texture on the case
    Protection Rating
    PROTECTION
    (Incipio NGP)
    General ProtectionGeneral Protection (2/5):
    - Not drop rated
    - No screen protector
    - Decent screen protection from edges
    Functionality Rating
    FUNCTIONALITY
    (Incipio NGP)
    iPhone FunctionalityiPhone Functionality (3.5/5):
    - Buttons on the iPhone are tough to use
    - Able to use any sized Lightning cable or headphones
    - Not enough texture on the case, very slippery
    Screen FunctionalityScreen Functionality (5/5):
    - No issues with the iPhones screen functionality
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    Design – Light but slick

    Incipio NGP Review - iPhone 6

    In terms of design, the NGP is a fairly slim case though its not as slim as an Element Ion but thinner Incipio’s own DualPro, Phenom and Octane. The case is quite light and won’t add much weight to your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus. In terms of build quality, we were impressed with how scratch resistant the case was and according to Incipio, the material used in the NGP doesn’t stretch over time.

    We do have to mention that one of our viewers, Jennifer Morse mentioned that the case may change color as her NGP turned black on some areas when she used it in a black lined purse. This issue isn’t NGP specific as the DualPro also has a tendency to change color.

    The only grip that we had for the Incipio NGP in terms of build quality is that the texture of the case feels a little too slick especially when compared to other Incipio cases. The NGP is the least “gripiest” iPhone case between the Incipio DualPro, Phenom and Octane.

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    3 Comments

    3 Comments

    1. Raajneesh

      June 29, 2015 at 6:32 am

      Hey Aaron
      Am one of your biggest fan
      Nearly got addicted to ur reviewing style
      Daily I used to visit ur channel
      Way to go dude

      U ve a unique style

      If possible review some clear cases
      Like
      Spigen ultra hybrid
      Ringke fusion
      Griffin reveal

      The reason is most of the people wish to show of their iphone and it’s beautiful design

      U can create a new scoring system for clear cases

      Scratch resistant
      Yellowing (kinda major issue)
      Protection they offer

      Let’s c
      Hope u do

    2. Marvin

      November 10, 2015 at 10:51 pm

      What case would yo suggest that offers better value and protection while staying in the same price range as the NGP??

      • Aaron Ho

        November 14, 2015 at 7:57 pm

        The Octane would be close.

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