30 reviews between Oct 16, 2023 and Oct 24, 2023.
The PITAKA MagEZ Case 4 is a slim and lightweight phone case made of aramid fiber. It offers excellent protection without adding bulk to the phone. The case has a minimalist design and a luxurious feel. It is compatible with MagSafe accessories and has a strong grip. PITAKA cases are known for their durability and the ability to withstand drops and impacts. Overall, it is a high-quality case that combines style and functionality.PITAKA Case for iPhone 15 Pro Max Compatible with MagSafe, Slim & Light iPhone 15 Pro Max Case
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30 reviews between Oct 16, 2023 and Oct 24, 2023.
Love the carbon wave texture of the case. Really slim design that doesn’t compromise the feeling when holding the phone. Surprisingly works well with the MagSafe products consider how thin the case is.
This case is great if you don’t like bulky cases and want some form of protection. This case also has very good MagSafe strength so you can feel safe using it with a car mount or using MagSafe accessories such as a wallet or battery pack etc the texture of the aramid fiber along with the design feel really good in the hands.
So my natural inclination was to go for the full coverage pitaka case (MagEZ Case pro 4). I ordered it right after I put in my pre-order for the 15 pro max. The metal buttons and mag safe compatibility were the big selling points functionally… and the aramid fiber pattern would suffice aesthetically if I was going to cover up the really beautiful new iPhone chassy. As much as I wanted to rock the thing naked - it just isn’t “grabby” enough for me to feel comfortable whipping it in and out of my pocket. So I got the MagEZ pro and was very satisfied, but an email from PITAKA announcing that the MagEZ case (non-pro) was officially available caught my attention. The fact that they were advertising it as the thinnest, lightest case available was interesting enough but it wasn’t that which made me buy a SECOND case from the SAME company in the span of 3 weeks. What made me a two timing son of a gun was… in fact… seeing the phone it’s self shining through while in the “thinnest, lightest” vessel ever crafted by humankind (…allegedly). The silver iPhone buttons (I refuse to say Titanium… this thing is Silver and there ain’t nothing wrong with that) flashing like a bead adorned dame on Beale street during Mardi Gras made me reach out that index finger and slam it down on the ever so poetic “buy it now” button. And here we are. Two cases… only one problem: I don’t know which one I like more.
The cases provide a surprising amount of protection with all sides covered, as well as a raised camera section and lip on the front so your camera and screen won’t get scratched when placed on a table. Despite clearly being about half the case that the Pro is, the MagEZ case provides me the grip for peace of mind when handling it (which I apparently do for an unhealthy amount of time according to a long-ago disabled screen time function. Don’t shame me for enjoying your product, APPLE)
So which ever way you go … I think you are going to wind up feeling good about the protection the case provides. If you are an over the top protective soldier in the phone wars, prone to using an otter box or pelican case, go for the magEz pro. It’s not as bulky as the ones I just mentioned but I would put it up against either in a true drop test or handling contest. If you want a case that provides just enough protection to keep your screen intact but simultaneously allows you to forget that you are covering up the beauty you shelled a thousand + dollars out for then get a MagEz case and float around like you were aiming to do. I think the most apt analogy I can provide is one for those who enjoy a Hendricks (feel free to sub in your botanical spirit of choice) and Tonic. Hendricks, the iphone in this case, is pretty damn smooth and the stiller who makes it is well aware. They have crafted a premium product which can be consumed on its own for bold purists out there… no doubt. But for the masses with a complex palette, we like a little bit of a buffer with a complimentary bitterness that prevents us from consuming Hendricks aggressively … winding up intoxicated in a hurry (iPhone shattered on the floor is the image coming to mind). The MagEz case and its Pro counter part are the Fever Tree tonic and less caloric sibling Fever Tree Diet tonic. Nearly impossible to know the difference when mixed with the gin… but noticeable after you have a few every day for a week when you step on the scale. For now, I’ll be sticking with the Diet Fever Tree as it’s wedding season and I need to fit in my best suits ;)
The fit and finish of this case is what you would come to expect from Pitaka. I have used there cases for years and have been proven to be durable and withstand the test of time. If you are in the market for a phone case look no further.
As soon as you open the box, you will realize the attention to details PITAKA has put into this case. It feels good to touch, and the way the case has been perfected matches how apple designs and perfects their iPhone. To be honest, in my so many years of using phone cases, this is the first time I have felt this way about any phone case.
This case is meant for people who want to carry their iPhone case-less or want case-less feeling with protection against scratches and minor bumps, and for that MagEX Case 4 is a perfect choice. This particular design is my favorite. I would recommend MagEZ Grip to go with it for additional grip and to use phone one handed. It compliments the case well. For everyone else who wants little more protection, I recommend their MagEX Case Pro 4.
I am planning on switching between their MagEZ Case 4 and MagEZ Case Pro 4 depending upon how much protection I need (Whether I am seating in my office all day or I am out on the street playing with my kids.)
The Pitaka MagEZ Case 4 is a great choice for anyone looking for a slim and lightweight case that offers great protection. It is made of Aramid fiber, which is a strong and durable material that is also very light. The case is also very thin, so it doesn't add any bulk to your phone. One of the best things about the MagEZ Case 4 is that it is compatible with MagSafe accessories and has strong magnets. This means that you can easily attach your phone to a MagSafe charger or MagSafe wallet without having to remove the case. I use it in my car and it has never come off the MagSafe mount and charges fast. Combined with the Titanium this is much more lighter than the 14 Pro Max.
Probably the best carbon on fiber case out there. Fits the phone perfectly. I had the previous case and with multiple drops, my phone was safe. Lastly, the carbon fiber weave is aesthetically pleasing.
The newly released ultra slim, aramid fiber Pitaka case provides protection, while allowing the aesthetics of the phone to be realized while using it. it is incredibly light and thin yet extremely durable, which allows the phone to remain as designed by Apple. The precision in which the case has been molded, is exact allowing access to all areas of the phone. They have provided fitting stickers, which allows an even tighter fit. However, I have not had to use them as the fit is extremely precise. The magnets on the back allows all MagSafe products to be used. However, I’ve compared the strength of these magnets to others even provided on an apple case, and they are notably stronger. A great purchase for someone looking for a minimalistic Great protection for their extremely expensive device.
The MagEZ Case 4, is a home run of a case. A bit of difference in feel, when compared to the slightly thicker, but more protective MagEZ Case Pro 4. Which has been my 'daily driver' case, since receiving my iPhone 15 Pro Max.
The MagEZ Case 4 is super thin, sleek, and super light. It’s almost like I'm holding the phone with no case, at all. The edges have a good grippy feel. Normally, I go with the OG black color. This time, I went with the Overture pattern. It's an awesome and stylish change.
Being a truck driver, it’s easy to experience phone drops. Whether from climbing in and out of the truck or trailers. Which is why I often go with the more protective case. But for those of whom, may have a more casual or relaxed day to day. This case is a great option. I’ll definitely be using it, during my time away from the road.
Such a unique phone case. Feels super smooth and nice in your hand, almost like holding the bare phone in your hand. It also is super durable and protects the phone. I have had a few other of this brand's cases on my old phones and loved them as well!
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