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Review: TOUCH Silicone Case for iPhone 12 Pro Max from QDOS


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If you recently purchased an iPhone 12 Pro Max, you will want to protect it. Here is our review of the TOUCH Silicone Case iPhone 12 Pro Max from QDOS.

Soft to the touch and on the eyes, the QDOS TOUCH is made with real liquid silicone for a silky-smooth finish while being easy-to-grip. A shock-absorbent polycarbonate inner shell provides everyday protection from knocks and bumps. With a high-quality wipe-clean finish, resistant to dust, dirt and marks, the TOUCH is here to last. The interior of this case has been lined with microfibre, gently encasing your iPhone 12 Pro Max perfectly. Protect your device while giving it a TOUCH of luxury.

A Closer Look

Final Thoughts

The TOUCH Silicone Case is made from super soft liquid silicone is light weight and feels comfortable in your hand. The surface of the case is very easy to clean if it gets any marks or dirt on it.

Placing the iPhone into the case (and removing it) is very simple and the iPhone feels secure. The edges are rounded to give it that second skin feeling and not add too much to the size of the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

A shock-absorbent polycarbonate inner shell provides everyday protection from knocks and bumps, although it is worth noting that unlike other iPhone cases we have reviewed, this one isn’t drop rated and QDOS say the case protects from knocks and bumps rather than drops, so keep this in mind.

Using the buttons through the case feels natural and they work perfectly.

Wireless charging works perfectly with the case on so you won’t have any problems there.

The TOUCH Silicone Case iPhone 12 Pro Max from QDOS is available now priced around £24.99 and is available in both Black and Blue.

You can lean more from the QDOS website.

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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