So, why do you want a case for a case? Quite a valid question. If you are reading this, you must know that even though the charging case of the Jabra Elite 75t is durable, it's prone to scratches and scuff marks. And these marks show up sooner if you are a regular user. Be it taking out of your pockets or your briefcase - the plastic shell can become easily distressed, especially if you have the gold beige variant.
And these marks become problematic if you want to pass these buds on to someone. After all, you wouldn't want them to end up with a distressed case, even if these earphones deliver quality sound, right?
Hence, it's best to cover the case up with a quality protective case to keep them in pristine condition. Not only will the charging case stay looking nice and new, but you can also rest assured that the cover will shield the case from minor bumps and drops.
Spigen is generally known for the build quality of its phone cases, and the same holds true for its watch bands and earphone cases. They are robust, and the armored build is designed to bear the brunt of drops and falls. And yeah, it also shields against the regular scuff marks and scratches. It fits tight as a glove, and the carbon fiber at the top gives the case a unique look. The hinges are uncovered, meaning the case will shut with a snap without any hindrances.
Do note that the USB-C port doesn't have a flap or a cover. On the upside, there's a neat carabiner at the side which you use to loop the case with your key-ring or your belt loop.
The Jabra Elite 75t's charging case indeed packs strong magnets, and this helps the top cover to stay shut even if it falls, unlike the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus (see Jabra Elite 75t vs. Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus) and this Spigen case helps seal the deal.
If you do not want to shell out big bucks, you can check out the Aotao Silicone Case. It is a simple, lightweight silicon case that wraps around the body of the charging case, and thereby preserves the slim profile of the case. At the same time, it fits the case like a glove. Unlike the one above, there's no gap near the hinges. Instead, you will find a raised lip connecting the top and the bottom of the case. While it helps to keep the top fixed to the body, you might not like the look when you open the case.
Other than that, the case affords a simple look. There's a cutout for the charging port as well as for the charging indicator. The neat 'S' carabiner comes in handy when you need to carry the case when you go out for your runs and walks.
The Aotao Silicone Case has an average user rating of 4.5-stars out of 5 on Amazon. Fakespot estimates that around 80% of these reviews are reliable. These cases come in several exciting and vibrant colors and if you ask me, I am already smitten by the red case. And well, they will help your Elite 75t stand apart from the rest.
Another case worth a shot is the one by Fromsky. This one is made of silicon and the texture of the case helps with a better grip. It doesn't have any fancy decorations on the exterior neither does it have any etchings. There is a loop at the right edge which you can use to loop a lanyard or a carabiner clip to keep your Elite 75t clipped to your backpack or trouser pockets. Or, you can simply use it to loop around your wrist.
There's a neat cutout for the charging case and a thin molding covers the top and the bottom of the case. It only costs $7 and is thin enough to maintain the original looks of the charging case.
This Fromsky case has been received well by the user base, thanks to its fit and accurate colors.
It's available in Red, Blue, and Black. There's a translucent option too, although that would make sense if you own the gold beige variant.
If you prefer cases with little decorations or etchings, you can't go wrong with the Azmix Silicone Protective Case. This one has little earphones etched at the front which gives the case a tad different look compared to the cases above. The fit is snug, and several users on Amazon have backed that. Like many silicon covers, this will help prevent micro-scratches and other wear and tear, but when it comes to protecting from falls and drops, I will take the claims with a grain of salt.
Several user reviews have backed the lightweight design of this case. It has around 90 user reviews on Amazon, and Fakespot estimates that around 90% of these are reliable and trustworthy.
You can pick from four color options, and yeah, Red is still the favorite.
If slim and soft cases are not your thing, you can check out the RLSOCO Case. This hard travel case one is designed to hold our earphones and their charging cases as well as other essentials like charging cable and extra ear tips (it's pretty easy to lose them, I tell you). And the handy side pockets are designed to hold cash, cards, and the likes. This one proves to be the perfect case to carry it to the gym, office, or on your travels.
Again, this is not your average case and will take up considerable space. So, only if you carry a bag or a briefcase on your daily commute, this will be an ideal buy. It doesn't fit into pockets and carrying it in your hand will be impractical.
There are cutouts for both the case and the earbuds, though I would prefer to have my buds in the charging case itself. Again, it's a personal choice.
Cover Them Up
For now, the market is pretty saturated with slim-fitting silicon cases in different shades. If none of the silicon cases appeal to you, the best bet is Spigen's armored case. Sure it will add to the charging case's weight, but at least your buds would stay out of the harm's way.
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