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Featured Review: Incipio DualPro Shine for the LG G Flex

February 20, 2014 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Incipio has always made some really nice looking cases for many of the more popular smartphones out there. I’ve had the privilege of reviewing some of their cases for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, HTC One and now the LG G Flex. This time we’re looking at the DualPro Shine case, which is a really nice looking case, and probably one of my favorites from Incipio. The biggest reason why I probably like it so much is because it has the brushed Aluminum look on the back, which looks really nice, as you can see in the gallery below and the image above.

The DualPro Shine is actually a two-part case. There is the flexible TPU case that goes against the LG G Flex, then a hard case that goes over it. It’s supposed to protect your phone from drops and such, and it does a pretty good job, without adding much bulk or weight to your phone. Of course it does have the cut outs for the camera  along with the power button and volume rocker on the back. There’s also one for the speaker on the back and the microUSB port and 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom. So you can still easily access everything on your phone.

As far as look and feel go, this case looks amazing on the LG G Flex. It feels great in hand too. The LG G Flex is a little bit slippery as it is, but with this case on there, it’s no longer slippery, which is a nice feeling to have. It’s available in black or silver/white, and both look very professional. They are both available from Incipio’s website for $35, and Amazon’s website for $30. Now should you buy this case? Yes. You really should. I can’t recommend the DualPro Shine cases enough. I’ve reviewed them for the Galaxy Note 3 and the HTC One in the past, and it never disappoints. In fact, I’m about to grab one for my LG G2 pretty soon.