SwitchEasy cases are unrivaled when it comes to unique design. People *always* notice a SwitchEasy case; after feasting your eyes on one you’d understand why. The SwitchEasy Melt case actually appears to be melting in three dimensions on the front and back. It may be the closest thing we get to Ice Cream on our iPhone 4 and 4S.
The SwitchEasy Melt is made of two alternately colored pieces. iPhone slides into the top piece, which is glossy with smooth raised meltiness. The bottom piece is matte plastic and securely slides into place, making a snug and secure fit for iPhone. Every port and button has it’s own cutout (aside from the home button). The cutouts are all on the smaller side, but everything is pretty accessible. The vibrate toggle cutout is large enough for iPhone 4 and 4S on all carriers.
In terms of protection, the SwitchEasy will not melt under pressure. All sides and corners are well protected and the case adds a small border around iPhone’s face. SwitchEasy was even generous enough to throw in not one, but two screen protectors. That’s not all they throw in though, there’s a microfiber wipe, a squeegee for applying the screen guard, two dock adapters (white and black), a stand for propping up iPhone, and connector protectors so you can plug up the power jack and headphone jack (two of each, red and white).
The SwitchEasy Melt is composed of a very smooth and soft polycarbonate plastic. It’s even scratch resistant! The melting backside feels as good as it looks; the texture adds extra grippiness too. It’s available in some seriously fantastic and flashy colors. Flashy colors or not, this case *will* get noticed. The SwitchEasy Melt can be purchased from SwitchEasy.com for $34.99. This price is just slightly higher than the standard iPhone case, but it’s significantly cooler and comes with two screen protectors and extras.
The Good: Unique Design, Feels Nice, Great Color Schemes, Durable, Protective, Scratch-Resistant Back, Screen Protectors Included, Extras, Carrier-Agnostic for iPhone 4/4S, Smart Design
The Bad: Cutouts are Small