The LG G3 is lying flat at the edge of the dinner table, as my family and I sit down to eat a family dinner consisting of Roti and Chicken curry. Within a split second, my daughter reaches to grab her juice and accidentally knock my LG G3 of the table. I watch in slow motion as the phone tumbles its way to the tiles, I wince at the thought of a cracked screen and a dead phone. I see it bounce around a couple times and see that nothing has happened. I pick up the phone turn it on and see that nothing is wrong. I end by admiring the thanking my lucky stars that I chose the Spigen Slim Armor as my go to case. I go back to eating delicious Roti and Chicken curry (my favorite).
I've been walking around with the G3 for almost 2 months now, my case of choice is the Spigen Slim Armor.
Many of us don’t care for bells and whistles on cases, we want something that protect yet is not intrusive in your day to day functions. The Spigen offers this in droves, their design hasn't changed from their previous versions, they believe in the KISS acronym.
The Slim Armor comes with a inner rubber TPU case that fits the G3 like a glove, this functions as a shock absorber if the phone is dropped (something that I have been thankful for when handing it to my kids). It is then encased in a hard polycarbonate frame that covers about 70% of the back.
Spigen offers the standard black and the champagne gold version which goes perfectly with the champagne edition of the G3. For those who want to be able to flash that BLING! ( such a 2000’s saying).
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