Ever since its launch, the Apple AirPods Pro has been creating the right noises. The performance up to the standards, and the noise cancellation is also at par with some of the best earphones in the market like the Sony WF-1000XM3. But, these wireless earphones from Apple are expensive, and you wouldn't want anything to happen to them. And given the rounded shapes of the case, it's quite easy to lose grip on them.
So, if you have slippery hands like me, it's best to wrap up these premium earphones with a silicone case. Not only will they keep your AirPods Pro shielded from scratches and abrasions, but they will also help you grip the case better, thus prolonging their life.
More importantly, you'll get to experiment with different looks.
Here are some of our recommendations for the best silicon cases that you can buy for your Apple AirPods Pro.
One of the main buying points of the Miracase is the soft feel that it brings to the table. You just have to slide your AirPods Pro inside, and the case will hold on to them — all thanks to the glossy finish on the insides. The good news is that the case has the apt amount of texture in it to stop the AirPods case from sliding out.
Secondly, this product comes in the same colors as the new iPhones, thus allowing you to match the look. The Miracase silicon case has earned its fair share of reviews on Amazon, with users loving it for the easy assembly and snug fit.
Furthermore, since it doesn't add much bulk to the case and you can also wirelessly charge your earphones.
Apart from that, the case fits nicely and you won't have to worry about it slipping off. The only limitation is that it doesn't have any lanyard hole or any other means to attach a carabiner.
Spigen is a known name in the world of phone cases and covers, primarily because of its quality and durable products. And the same thing can be said of its case for the AirPods Pro as well. It's a two-piece case and comes with a neat cut along the hinge. This cut allows the case to be opened & closed without any hindrance. And with the material being scratch-resistant, you can lay aside worries of it getting scuffed.
Unlike most cases, Spigen ships two sheets of adhesive sheets with the case, which you can use on the inside for a tight and secure fit. This case also bundles a neat carabiner that you can attach to your bag or trouser's belt loops. But given the price of the AirPods Pro, I wouldn't take a chance with that.
Since it's a two-piece case, it has earned a mixed bag of reviews. While some love it for its fit, a few others are not a fan of this design.
Durability wise, it has earned its share of appreciation from its user base.
Do you want your Apple AirPods Pro to stand out starkly? If yes, the Joyleop Switch Case is a good buy. Unlike most cases with plain looks, this one resembles a mini Nintendo Switch. Yep, you read that right. With the dual color tone and the switches in the right place, it surely gives the case a playful look. And the story doesn't end there. There's also a neat carabiner that you can loop around your fingers.
Aside from that, the silicone material used in this cover is soft. The makers claim that the surface of the case is scratch-resistant.
The Joyleop Switch Case doesn't add much bulk to the overall look of the case. However, the corners of the lid do have a bit of bulk. This is mainly done to showcase the actual design of the Nintendo Switch.
This case has raked a good number of positive reviews and has users liking it for its value-to-money proposition and durability.
If you're looking for a durable case to protect your AirPod Pro case, you can give the case from BRG a shot. This affordable case has a nice sleek look about it. Plus, the attached clip is strong and durable and is likely to last you a long time. Unlike most of the cases in this list, it's a one-piece case, meaning you do not have to worry about losing the top lid.
It comes with a neat dust cap for the charging port. Not only does it help it giving your AirPods Pro a cleans look, but it also helps keep the insides clean.
However, the BRG case is not flawless. There is a little bump next to the hinge, which proves to be a hindrance when you put the case on a wireless charger (see RAVPower Fast Charge vs Anker PowerPort Wireless 10). At the same time, it fives the case a bit of a bulky look.
Alternatively, you can also check out the ESR Upgraded Protective Cover
With over 91% positive rating, the Doboli case for the AirPods Pro is perhaps one of the most popular items out there. This case is known both for its no-slip exterior and its simple looks. What makes it special is its charging LED indicator, the neat hinge, and the charging port are all easily accessible. And what's more, you can simply lay it on your wireless charging pad to let the pad do its job.
Furthermore, this case has a nice texture to it. At the same time, the fact that it's fingerprint resistant is the cherry on top. These small but important features make it one of the most popular products.
Plus, it's durable and can easily protect your case from the elements of nature, as well as from minor drops and falls.
Assembling this case is easy. Simply pull the edges of the case to make sure all the edges lined neatly, and that's about it. And yeah, this one has a two-piece construction.
The Doboli silicon case for the AirPods Pro is available in several colors, and right now, I have my eyes set for the yellow one (**wink**).
If you want a case with a difference, the Halleast Waterproof Cover is the one you should certainly buy. This one is shaped like a lop-sided cone and has a distinctive look. This case is IP67-rated, meaning that if you accidentally drop your AirPods Pro in water, the case will protect it to some extent.
Compared to the above cases, it has fewer user reviews. Those users speak highly of its fit and the quality of the material.
When it comes to shortcomings, some users have pointed out that the Halleast case can be a little prone to pocket lint and other fine dust particles.
Don't Stop the Music
The best part about silicon cases is that they aren't too expensive and don't burn a hole in your pocket. At the same time, you can switch between different looks to go with your different looks while at the same time keeping the music going.
Do keep in mind that silicone cases do not provide the same level of protection as their rugged or armored counterparts. So, if you have slippery fingers like mine, you might want to check out a few rugged cases such as the one by Spigen.
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