A couple of years ago, The Gadgeteer reviewed the Mod-3 Radius case for iPhone 5, and Andy Chen found it was a “super-sleek, minimal way to protect your iPhone 5 while preserving the sleek modern lines and feel of a ‘naked’ iPhone.” Well, Mod-3 is back again with a Radius case for the iPhone X. They are currently seeking funding for the Radius X case.
Just like the one Andy reviewed, the Radius X will mostly protect the corners of the phone with precision-crafted corner modules that don’t touch the touchscreen. The corner modules are held in place by an aircraft-grade aluminum X structure that covers the back of the iPhone X. The corner pieces are filled with a proprietary impact-resistant material for extra drop protection, and the pieces keep your screen off the surface if you lay the phone face-down on a table. And no worries about charging, because the Radius X doesn’t interfere with wireless charging of the iPhone X.
There’s another month of fundraising for the Radius X case. Pledge $69.00 to receive one Radius X case. There’s also a gold-plated version for a pledge of $193.00, and there are discounts for multiple cases. The campaign has already reached 149% of its funding goal, but you still have time to get in on a discounted case. Shipment is expected for May 2018. Make a pledge and secure a Mod-3 Radius X case at Indiegogo.
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i have used the Radius case on all my iPhones, think they are great, however i took part in the pledge and months later still no case. i have emailed MOD-3 several times and they have not responded once. i now find that they are selling the cases online through their own website yet still no honouring the pledge offer. the only reason im not ordering one via the website is that i fear the case would end up costing me $69+$99+$10 (shipping), not worth that. get confirmation they have the case in stock before you part with your money as i suspect they don’t care about customer service.