The Moshi SenseCover is a sleek iphone case that combines style with functionality. The portfolio style design offers protection on all sides while giving users the ability to take calls without opening the front cover. It is a lightweight, pliable case with a modern, professional look. For those in the market for a iphone case that looks cool and works well, the Moshi SenseCover is worth checking out.
I’m impressed with several of the Moshi SenseCover features. Busy people will love the SenseArray sensor, an embedded pad on the front that allows you to slide to answer calls without opening the case. I was a little skeptical of this feature, but I tested it several times and it works great. There is also a scratch-resistant window on the front for easy view of the time, date, or caller ID. A magnetic clasp holds the front cover firmly in place, and the inside is lined with a microfiber material that is gentle against the touchscreen. My favorite feature is that the portfolio cover doubles as a phone stand. It can be folded over to prop up the iphone for hands free viewing, a perfect addition for those who watch a lot of videos. Unlike some cases I’ve tried, I had absolutely no trouble fitting in ear buds or the charger to their respective ports. I’m using the case on my iPhone 6, and all external buttons are accessible and responsive while in the case.
The main downside of the product is that the front cover can be a bit of a hindrance for some phone activity. The cover is flexible enough to fold to the back of the phone, but it does feel a little bulky in your hands when you do this. Folding the cover back will make photography impossible as the case will block the camera lens, so you are limited to taking pictures with the flap hanging open. Another thing I don’t like is that the viewing window on the front of the case only lets you see the time or the caller ID, not notifications. If you receive a text, for example, you will still have to open the case to view it.
Aside from these few drawbacks, overall I think the case is a winner. The price is also fair, selling for about $45. The Moshi SenseCover is available for iPhone and Android devices and comes in three colors: black, beige, or rose pink. I got mine at Apple Pie Repair in Lafayette LA.