The concept makes a lot of sense, a smartphone case that’s made out of real wood. The problem is that wood isn’t very flexible which makes it difficult to really create a fully functional wood case. I know, I’ve tried a variety of iPhone cases made out of different kinds of hardwoods, and they are darn difficult to put on the phone or, in one case, break once they’re on the phone itself. Part of that is the design, but part of it is the fact that wood, by itself, isn’t really a great material for a smartphone case.
Which is why the team at Pad & Quill came up with a way to reinforce their cases with an Aramid polymer core, and that makes all the difference in the world. In fact, the Woodline iPhone 6/6s case turns out to be a winner, strong and surprisingly easy to put on and take off.
Here’s my video review wherein I explain how the Woodline case is made and demonstrate how easy it is to put on your iPhone and take off, as desired:
You can learn more about the Pad & Quill Woodline iPhone case on their Web site.