iPhone 6 Plus Prizm Case by Body Glove: Review

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iPhone 6 Plus Prizm Case by Body Glove: Review

Photo Credit: Walmart.com

Photo Credit: Walmart.com

When I upgraded from my iPhone 5 to the iPhone 6 Plus I wanted to find a case that would both protect my precious technology and allow its natural beauty to shine through. Who knew I would make such a find at Walmart?

I have been using this case for a couple of months now and I love it! It is clear on the back so that the gold color of my phone shows through. What’s the point in having a gold colored phone if you cannot see it through a case?

iPhone 6 Plus Prizm Case

iPhone 6 Plus Prizm case

One of my pet peeves about phone cases is that so many cover the buttons. I realize that they are protecting those buttons, but they make using those buttons difficult. I prefer to have mine unencumbered. This case does not cover the buttons!

iPhone 6 Plus Prizm case

This case does provide protection for drops. It has a think band of rubberized material all around the outside edges protecting the phone.

The other benefit to using this case is that it slips right into my phone wallet case. I use a wallet case so that I can take my credit cards, cash, and my phone without having to carry both my phone and a wallet.

I purchased this case myself. It is very reasonably priced coming from a brand like Body Glove.

What case do you use with your iPhone 6 Plus? Why do you like it?

Until next time…

Geek Girl

Geek Grandma

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  1. jacquiegum says:

    Looks like a great case…if you have an I-phone:) Which I don't….LOL But I like wallet cases too! So convenient when I want to leave my big old bad-ass purse behind!

  2. Kire says:

    I've had the same rubberized case on my iPhone 3 for 6 years and have dropped, thrown, and kicked it more times than I can count. Think it cost $15.00. Meanwhile I have replaced the screens on at least 3 iPhone 4 owned by the nice children in spite of the fact that they have Lifeproof cases that cost me $40.00 each. Sometimes the expensive cases just aren't worth the money.

  3. patweber says:

    It's beautiful. I have an iPhone 5 still. And while the Otter protective case isn't as lovely as your iPhone 6 Plus Prizm case, it does the job with is to protect! Thanks Cheryl.

  4. Susan Cooper says:

    I now have a new iPhone 6+ and I love it. It was an easy decision because I was in line for an upgrade … YAY!. I did get a cover but this one is really pretty. I may have change mine. 🙂

  5. Tim says:

    I am the proud owner of a slide phone so no case required for me. If however I did, it be like this one 🙂

  6. This looks like a good one Cheryl. I struggled for ages finding the right case for my iPhone 6 , but in the end went with the Otterbox defender. Totally love it despite some less than brilliant reviews it had.

  7. JeriWB says:

    Nice. I'll keep this one in mind when I get around to upgrading to the iPhone 6 in the spring.

  8. Ken Dowell says:

    I have an iPhone 5 and use a SlimArmour case. Bought It at Verizon so I'm sure I paid more for it than you did at Walmart. Not due for an upgrade until next year this time. Sounds like a good case so I'll look into when the time comes.

  9. andleebakhlaqkhan says:

    I also love clear phone covers that do not hide the phone but protect it. It seems good if you have iphone 6 plus. I am using galaxy and lets see when I will switch to iphone.
    My daughter has a cover of her ipad and it covers all buttons and it really make both of us sick.

  10. heraldmarty says:

    I don't actually own an iPhone in fact I just own a regular old cell phone, but I do plan to upgrade in the next few months in preparation for an extended trip I'm taking, so this is really helpful information! Thanks for the inspiration. 🙂

  11. Thank you for sharing. It does look like a great case. I am unsure if I will use one, I am still living in the Stone Age and no I-phone yet; yes I am the ONE who does not own one yet.