Speck CandyShell Inked by Jonathan Adler cases are absolutely gorgeous, meet or exceed military drop test standards, and will definitely make your iPhone 6s Plus stand out from the crowd. A variant on their popular Inked line of cases, they feature designs by Jonathan Adler, and like all Speck Inked cases, the exterior finish on the high-res, wrap around graphics is specially formulated to resist both scratching and fading so the cases will look great for a long time to come.
* Mil-Spec Protection: Guaranteed to meet or exceed military drop standards.
* Protective Lip: Raised lip around the perimeter of the screen will help protect your phone’s vulnerable screen in the event of a drop.
* Generous port openings: Nicely sized lightning port and headphone jack openings should allow use of most third party cables.
* Easy press buttons: Rubber covered buttons are nice and clicky and simply a pleasure to press, and the mute switch is easily accessible.
* Scratch-resistant finish: Enjoy the long lasting beauty of your Jonathan Adler designs with Speck’s CandyShell Inked scratch and fade-resistant finish.
* Metallic finish won’t affect reception: Some of the Speck Inked Jonathan Adler cases boast a metallic finish, but there isn’t enough metal present to affect cellular or Bluetooth reception.
* Somewhat slippery: This is really a matter of personal preference, but the CandyShell Inked cases are a bit on the slippery side. On the plus side, they slide into and out of pockets and handbags with ease.
Conclusion: With the new CandyShell Inked by Jonathan Adler line, Speck gives you the opportunity to have a beautiful designer case that comes with Speck’s standard mil-spec protection. Of course you are paying a price for all this beauty and protection—these cases will run you $54.95 for the iPhone 6s Plus version and $49.95 for the 6s version. There are 8 different designs for the 6s and 6 designs for the 6s Plus (many thanks to Speck for sending me out these three lovely cases to review), and they are available directly from Speck:
Finally, if you’d like more details, here is a link to my YouTube review: