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Two Minute Review : HEX Star Wars Wallets and Cases for the iPhone X


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If you have a new iPhone X you will want to take care of it, and HEX have a number of new Star Wars wallets and cases to help you do just that.


  • Limited Edition Star Wars Case
  • Premium Leather Construction
  • Custom Molded Polycarbonate Case
  • Raised Front Bezel For Screen Protection

Even the inside of the case is cool!

Fitting your iPhone X into the case is simple, as is removing it again when you need to.

My iPhone X felt very secure and safe within the Snap Case.


  • Limited Edition Star Wars Case
  • Premium Leather Construction
  • 3 Credit Card Slots
  • Cash Pocket
  • Elastic Closure
  • Custom Molded Phone Bed

But the apex of this design is in the cover. When closed, the cover is held in place by an elastic closure, providing protection for both your phone and your valuables.

When open, the Icon boasts three card slots for ID or credit cards as well as an additional cash pocket tucked behind the card slots. Recommended for one card per slot.

Each wallet is very lightweight and doesn’t add that much to the size of the iPhone X. I certainly felt that my X was protected and secure, and the ability to also have a credit card or two with my phone was very useful. Removing the phone was easy as well.

If you have an iPhone X then look no further than HEX for a premium case that will serve you very well.

The two cases shown here are the Star Wars Storm Trooper Wallet Case for iPhone X priced at $59.95 and also the R2D2 Snap Case for iPhone X priced at $49.95 and both are available now.

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


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