Sunday, 31 July 2016
Caseapp Phone Case and Laptop Skin
The lovely Emilia from Caseapp contacted me a few weeks ago to ask if I would like to do a blog post on some of their products. This opportunity couldn't of come at a better time because I managed to smash my previous phone case not that long ago. I had a quick scroll through the Caseapp website before deciding that this was a brand I wanted to share with you guys.
Caseapp allows you to create custom iPhone, Samsung, and iPad cases, as well as MacBook, PC Laptops, HTC, and Nokia skins. If you don't want to create your own case, you can choose one of Caseapp's designs and then add you own text and images to it or keep it how it is. Creating your own custom case or skin is very straightforward; you upload an image or collage of images from your laptop, then insert text or cliparts if you want, and then choose a background. Also, Caseapp gives clear instructions about where to place your images and text so that they're not cut off when the case is made.
I picked one of Caseapp's own designs for my phone case and laptop skin because I wanted a pattern rather than one of my images. It took me ages to choose one due to there being such a wide variety of designs! Caseapp also gives you the choice of finish which you want your case/skin to have - matte or glossy - and I chose matte for both of my products. Once I had ordered my products, Caseapp said that they could take up to 12 days to reach me, however, they were delivered within 5 days. I have been using the phone case for the last few days and it feels sturdy enough to protect my phone if I drop it (although there are probably more protective cases out there if that's what your number one priority is when choosing a case). The laptop skin sticks on and seems like it won't budge unless you want it to so it hopefully won't start peeling off. I originally thought the laptop skin was going to be more like a clip-on case, however, I love the look of it so I'm still going to use it. Caseapp included a thank you note in the package which I found really sweet because it added more of a personal touch.
Overall, I'm really pleased with the products I got and if I'm ever wanting to personalise a phone case or laptop skin then I will be using Caseapp. If you would like to treat yourself to a new case or skin then you can get 20% off using the code BOUGHTWHAT20 until 14th August 2016. What do you think of the Caseapp products? Will you be getting yourself something?
*These two products were kindly sent to me for free from Caseapp, however, I have given my honest opinion in this review.