I’ve been rocking Speck cases for a long time. Speck Products has since upgraded their cases to the Presidio series. I’ve gone from the CandyShell Grip to the new Speck Presidio Grip case for the iPhone 7 Plus.
The Presidio Grip has all the great things you loved about the predecessor just redefined. The Presidio Grip case is a one-pieced military grade case. It has a raised lip and reinforced borders. The grip lines go in diagonal directions instead of horizontally (like they did before). There are buttons and a cutout for the sound switch. The grip lines are also a bit more flushed. I have the lipstick pink /shocking pink color for the iPhone 7 Plus.
Like I said before, I am a fan of the grip cases. I put them on my phone for day-to-day use. It feels much lighter than the CandyShell series. You can also feel how much thinner it is as well. The reason I like the Presidio Grip case because it’s great for day-to-day use since it helps prevent slipping when trying to use such a large phone. The case snaps on easily and hugs the iPhone 7 Plus nicely.
The case doesn’t attract too much dust. You can clean it easily with a damp cloth. You might get a couple of scuffs on the corners from falls (obviously), but along the case there aren’t many scuffs because of the grip bars.
The case is available in many colors and also available for the iPhone 7. (Other phone models are still on the CandyShell series, as they were released before the revamp of the casesYou can shop for Speck cases on their site. The Presidio Grip for the iPhone 7 Plus costs $44.95 ($39.95 for the iPhone 7 version).
I’d definitely recommend this case for your daily driver. It’s not the most sophisticated case out there but it gets the job done for daily use. I would go as far to say to maximize protection, get a screen protector as well, since a case can only protect what it covers. You can learn more about Speck cases here.