The Samsung Galaxy Buds2 wireless earbuds come in a sleek and gorgeous case. It's slim and the small form factor means you can easily slip it into your pockets or bags. However, the carrying case is prone to scratches, and if you are not careful, you may end up with a scuffed up or worn out case. A protective case or cover helps to prevent just that.
Besides adding a layer of protection, these cases also let you carry your earbuds with ease. All you need to do is loop the lanyard through your car keys or bag/wallet, and that's about it.
So, if you are looking for a protective case for your Samsung Galaxy Buds2, here are our top recommendations. But first,
Despite the low price tag, Seltureone's silicone case has many good things going for it. For one, the silicon of this case is grippy, thereby preventing the buds from slipping from your hands. Secondly, the fit is perfect and stays put on the carrying case.
It's easy to put on, all thanks to the flexible silicone. It's a single case, meaning there's a slight bulge in the joint between the lid and the body of the case. The bulge may seem odd initially, but it prevents the top cover from sliding off on the upside.
Seltureone doesn't ship adhesive strops with the case. However, you can stick to double-sided tapes if you are worried about the case slipping off.
Do you want to keep your Galaxy Buds2 safe at all costs? If yes, you might want to check out the armored case by elago. One of the main advantages is that the case has sufficient heft to protect the insides during falls and drops. Secondly, the texture at the top and the sides let you have a better grip. And the metal carabiner is the cherry on top.
The company ships two sets of adhesive strips with the case. And these ensure that the case does not come off at the drop of a hat.
However, this armor case comes at a cost. The added heft may make it a bit difficult to hold in your hands. But for the price, this case is worth the shot, especially if you want added protection.
How does the idea of a transparent case sound to you? If you are excited by it, you should have a peek at the Goton case. The diamond cuts at the top of the case give it a unique look. It's durable and a user has reported that their case held its shape even when it fell down the stairs.
More importantly, the case is made from quality material. It comes in two separate pieces, and all you need to do is snap the two pieces to the case and the lid.
For the price, the fit is snug and you do not have to worry about it falling off. And several users have backed this claim. So far, it has earned a decent number of user reviews with people loving it for the quality of the transparent material and the affordable price tag.
The elago GB5 case is shaped like the good old Game Boy, bringing nostalgia to the table. It's a simple silicone case that makes it ultra-flexible and easy to install. Plus, the adhesive gel sticker on the insides ensures that the case stays put.
But at the end of the day, the GB5 case is only to be used to protect the charging case from scruff marks and scratches. At best, you can hold it in your hands when you are out and about.
However, if you are looking to dangle your Galaxy Buds2 from your keychain or belt loop, we'd recommend you skip this one.
One of the main advantages of the Fintie case is that you can let it hang from your car keys or belt loop. Unlike the cases above, the Fintie case has a foldable flap on both sides. And it's this flap that will prevent the case from opening up when dropped.
To get your buds out, all you need to do is peel the flaps to both sides and open the case.
The fit of the case is not snug since it will be difficult to get the earbuds out of the case. But that said, it does a fairly good job of shielding the charging case of the Galaxy Buds2 from harm. It has a good degree of drop protection, however, do note that the front of the case can get scratched up if you are not careful.
If you want to enhance the looks of your Galaxy Buds2, then you should have a look at the VRS case. This one has a neat sandpaper-like texture all around, and a leather-like lanyard further accentuates it. In its heart, the VRS case is made from a mixture of rugged PC and flexible TPU, which does its job of deflecting bumps and scratches.
The fit and the cut for the ports and the LED indicator lights are on point. It doesn't need any adhesive strips and stays put. The best part is that it's sleek, and despite the sandpaper-like texture, the look is not over-the-top as per the reviewers.
So far, this case for the Galaxy Buds2 has attracted a handsome share of positive reviews, with people appreciating it for its durability and sturdiness.
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These were some of the cases and covers which you can buy for your Samsung Galaxy Buds2. The good thing is that Samsung has changed the shape and size of the charging case, so the cover that fits the Galaxy Buds Pro also fits the Galaxy Buds2.
So, which of these will you buy? If you don't care much for the looks, the Seltureone case is a good buy. On the other hand, if you want both looks and protection, the VRS Design Modern case is your best bet.
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