UAG Monarch IPhone Xs Max Review

Posted: Oct 22 2018, 10:48am CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
UAG Monarch iPhone Xs Max Review

Urban Armor Gear offers Military Drop Tested iPhone Xs Max Case.

The UAG iPhone Xs Max case (avail. on Amazon) does not only look tough, but it also is though. The case meets 2x the military drop-test standards (MIL-STD 810G 516.6) and comes with a 10-year limited warranty.

Urban Armor Gear's (UAG) Monarch Series consisting of 5 protective layers. Starting with UAG’s signature armor frame and shock-resistant core, layered with top-grain leather, a polycarbonate shear plate, and alloy metal hardware. All wrapped in impact-resistant rubber. Monarch cases feature upgraded side grips with honeycomb traction designed to provide a firmer grip, as well as oversized tactile buttons for precise use.

The design of the camera opening provides a glare-free flash, ensuring that the case doesn’t interfere with the quest for flawless photos. UAG cases are Apply Pay and wireless charging compatible and available in an array of colors.

The UAG Monarch case fits perfectly on my iPhone Xs Max. It gives the phone a solid feel, but it is not adding much weight. The UAG case is very rugged and only really makes sense if you bring your iPhone Xs Max to harsh conditions such as outdoors, construction sites or action sports.

You need a screen protector glass to complete the protection of your iPhone Xs. The UAG Monarch iPhone Xs Max case retails for $59.95 on amazon.com in three color variants.

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