Motorola Moto X (2nd Generation) Case, Cimo [Wave] Premium Slim TPU Flexible Soft Case For Motorola Moto X (2nd Generation, 2014) - Purple
- Made of shock absorbing, shatterproof premium TPU material
- Beveled front edges allows lay on the table design for screen protection
- Super-slim design and perfect fit that adds minimal bulk to your smart phone
- Anti-slip properties gives your smart phone more grip
- Compatible with Motorola Moto X (2nd Generation) (all models, 2014)
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Protect your phone with style through this sleek case. Perfect for users who desire durable protection with a clean, modern design.
Compatible with Motorola Moto X (2nd Generation, 2014). Not compatible with 2013 Moto X..
100% thermoplastic polyurethane composition for superior shock absorption and flexibility.
The back features a textured wave pattern for an eye-catching finish and transparency to show off the color of your smart phone. The unique design of this case also features a patterned bumper to ensure the best grip and protection. Flexible design makes it super easy to put on and remove from your phone.
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1x Cimo Wave Case
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UPDATE: I discovered what's causing the speakerphone issue when using this case with my Moto X 2nd Gen 2014: If you look closely between the back camera lens and headphone jack at the top, you will spot a small dot/perforation that appears just to the right of them where the aluminum and backing finish meet. It's so small in fact that I didn't think it served any function other than possibly aiding in the installation/removal of the backing material perhaps during production. Yet, it does seem to affect the aforementioned issue. So I pulled out my cordless drill and proceeded to drill a small, crude hole on the case where this area would be located on the phone, and the problem with the speakerphone stopped after putting it back on the phone. I also checked online and saw that some other cases made for the Moto X 2nd Gen came with an opening for this area; so obviously it shouldn't be covered. I also spotted other cases made that make the same mistake of covering this area, so be careful when choosing one for yours.
Since I've now drilled a hole into my case I won't be expecting CIMO to offer me a refund if I were to return it, so I'm going to hold onto and continue using it until my new case with an opening for this area arrives. But I do hope they fix this by updating the design of their case because I really liked everything else about it.
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UPDATE #2 [12-02-14]: Although I cannot confirm this since I have now purchased a completely different case (brand and model), one of the comments posted for this review indicates that a newer version of this case has now addressed this issue with the missing mic hole on the back. I would contact the seller first to verify this before purchasing one, but it's good news if this is indeed the case. No pun intended.
The engineering of this case is *the* most incredible I've ever seen--by far. It:
a.) is SO thin;
b.) has enough bump around the front that I've dropped it on its face, and it bounced rather than shattered;
c.) is pliable yet rigid;
d.) ..and the absolute #1 characteristic for me: the side buttons press exactly as they did before the case was on there. Have certainly never experienced that--or even close. I forget the case is on. The thing is like part of the phone.
@ 100% honesty? If they only sold this case in one terrible color with vulgarity written all over it, and the thing somehow could punch me in the face every hour, I'd STILL purchase it 1,000x over.
I would agree with those that think this is too-zealous of a review; however, the struggle for a proper case has been real for a looooong time, and it is now over for me. highestOf5s.