June 12, 2012
Recently, I showed you the Mirror Alice case, which is part of Spigen’s Linear series. In that review, I said I would tell you more about the Linear Series, and that’s what this article is all about.
In addition to the Mirror cases, Spigen offers several others, which are all a part of the Linear series. Below is the red plaid case in the Velato line.
Here we see the Velato parts alongside the Tinto, and the Alice.
As you may have noticed, the frame sitting above the Velato is actually the one that goes with the Velato, while the black frame on the iPhone with the Velato back, is the one that goes with the Alice.
And that pretty much defines the Linear series. Take any part of one case, and use it with any other part of another. You can even use the top part of the frame from one, with the bottom part of the frame from another. For instance, I could have used the red plaid Velato back along with the black upper and red lower for the frame to make a completely unique case.
Regardless of the choices you make, your phone is securely covered, with buttons and ports easily accessible. There is no reason to remove your case, as your charging cable fits into the recess without problem.
But don’t stop here. In addition to designs like Alice and Velato, Spigen offers a variety of monotone backs and frames which are all interchangeable. Start with the top frame, which is available in thirteen colors including Fantasia Hot Pink, Gun Metal, and Reventon Yellow, then add a bottom frame. Then move to your choice of back plate in colors like Champagne Gold and Sherbet Pink. The top frames are $6.99, and the bottom frames are $4.99, while the back plates run $9.99 each. If you like to change your case frequently, these are a very affordable option, and offer you an amazing variety of custom combinations. And remember that the back plates and frames are designed not to scratch your iPhone.