REVIEW – I make no secret about how much I like Totallee’s iPhone cases. In fact, the first thing I did after buying my iPhone 13 Pro Max was to order a case from Totallee to protect my new investment. So when Totallee offered me the opportunity to review one of their newest cases, I couldn’t say no. Here’s a quick look at the Hybrid iPhone 13 Pro Max case from Totallee.
What is it?
The Totallee Hybrid Case is a pocket-friendly, ultra-thin iPhone 13 Pro Max case with a shock-absorbing TPU for an extra layer of protection.
Design and features
The design of this case is a minimalist’s delight. It is almost impossibly thin @ 0.03” and lightweight @ 0.8oz. But the best thing about it is how it shows off the iPhone’s design. It is like a second skin without any extra bulk. The clear back puts the iPhone’s color on full display, and let’s face it, for some of us, choosing which color iPhone to get is a big deal. So why not have a case that highlights that. What makes the Hybrid case different is the black shock-absorbing TPU border. It provides the case with added drop protection and provides some extra grip. There are the usual cutouts for the speakers and USB-C charging port. And protective coverings for both the volume and power buttons.
It also features a raised lip around the camera to prevent damage to the lenses.
Another thing that I love about Totallee’s cases is that there is absolutely no branding anywhere on them. So you get a nice clean look without a logo in sight.
Overall, I love the Hybrid case. It gives me the minimalist look and feel I come to expect from Totallee, along with a different design spin. The only slight issue I have is that the case is a little slicker than I thought it would be, but definitely not a deal-breaker.
What I like
- Shows off the iPhone’s design and color
What I’d change
- It is a little slick
I really like what Totallee does when it comes to making iPhone cases. IMO they make the best minimalist cases around, and the Hybrid case is no exception. If you like minimalist cases as I do, then Totallee is the only choice. Keep on doing what you are doing, Totallee.