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Caseco: Samsung Galaxy S4 Phone Cover & Powerbox Universal Backup Battery Charger *UPDATED*

Caseco is a company founded by a team of successful mobile phone accessory industry veterans.  They are a leading Canadian manufacturer of innovative products designed to enhance popular mobile phones, tablets and wireless devices. Caseco products are engineered to meet the needs of today's demanding mobile users, delivering superior performance, trend-setting styling, higher manufactured quality and at a better value!
Their current array of newly launched products includes; Shock Express, ( a dual layered cell phone cover), Lynx, (a two-piece cover), Flux, (flexible inner shock-absorbing sleeve with sturdy outer shell), Powerbox Universal, (portable 2600mAh charger), Caseco Pill, (universal 1.5 Amp car charger), Caseco Bullet, (1.0 Amp car charger).

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I was sent the Shock Express for my Samsung Galaxy S4 phone, and a Powerbox universal charger for review.
Let me say how fast the shipping was from the moment of ordering, to when it got to my house. They didn't waste any time getting the products out to me, and I liked that a lot, of course. Being as clumsy as I can be, I was looking forward to ripping open that case and getting it on my phone.
As you can see, it looks like it'll be a perfect fit, a match made in heaven! Plus it will go from blue to red!
Putting it on is so easy! You just place the top in the cover and glide it in till it fits. It's really that simple! As you see, it was a perfect fit! And now it feels like my phone has bumper pads on the sides. That's a good thing for durability!
Pretty color red, right?!
I know it may look kinda orange in the pics, but it's red, very red.
I have to say though, it is heavier than I expected. My phone was so lightweight without the cover on, and now it weighs my pocket down, let alone my hand. Feels like an iPhone now... lol..
Since we are on the nit-picky things first, I'll point out the things on the case I'm not fond of or don't get.
This is the volume control on my phone. As you see, the buttons don't quite line up. When I had the cover on, it didn't matter much. I noticed how little I use those buttons is all. Not that they were off.
This is where my headphones go in. Not sure what the extra holes are for either. Breathing? I don't know. Also not something that I really cared about as I don't use headphones in my phone. I have an MP3 player for that.
Last is this little square hole.
Any idea what it's for??? Yeah, me either.
Again I am not complaining though as it doesn't bother me. It has no use, and doesn't get in the way or hinder anything so why worry?!
There is so much good about this case, those things are able to be looked over.
The power button lines up perfect. Works for me!
The charger port lines up perfect, and again works for me!
Pardon the hair
And lastly, the camera lines up perfect! So with the main parts usable, why sweat the small stuff?! Don't, I say!
This gal here is like Olive Oyl. I can be quite clumsy, fall down, bump into things, you know what I'm talking about. I've always got this phone in my pocket, and now it is protected. Seriously, I dropped it to the ground just to see if it was as shock absorbent as it claimed. Thankfully it is or I might be out $650!

And in regards to the charger, it is awesome! I can use it anywhere and how cool is that?!

These would make great stocking stuffers for that tech/mobile savvy person in your house. Geez, maybe even you need a charger or case. They have a huge selection on accessories, so go check Caseco out!


WATCH FOR A GIVEAWAY COMING SOON!

UPDATE:
Since I am completely wrong and do not know what phone I purchased, I have to update this review for you all.
I have a Samsung S3, not S4. This is why the buttons do not perfectly align. They are perfectly aligned to the S4. 
Since purchasing the phone, I had myself believing it was the S4, not S3. So when I ordered the case I made a big error, not Caseco. They are awesome! Not only did they point out I had the S3, thanks for that, but they also offered to send me the proper case! How cool is that?! My mistake and they still fix it. That is awesome service! Thanks Caseco, not only for great products but for going over and above in customer service and PR.

Comments

  1. Ooo, nice colour! Just heard about this Canadian company from a peer. My husband would love this for Christmas. I'll be back for the giveaway!

    Thanks for sharing and stopping by The Zoo.

    Besos, Sarah
    Blogger at Journeys of The Zoo

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  2. Ooh! I like all of the color options. So fun and personal.

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  3. that's a lot of colors

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  4. hopefully the giveaway is for the S4 case ... that's what my partner has

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  5. Love the cover! Too bad I can't find these in the US.

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  6. I like that it can change from blue to red.

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