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Featured Review: Verus Dandy Klop Folio Case for the Google Nexus 6

December 29, 2014 - Written By Alexander Maxham

It’s time to take a look at another Verus case for the Google Nexus 6. This time it’s the Dandy Flop Case. This is their faux leather folio case for the Nexus 6 which also has slots inside for cards, and business cards, etc. Which work really nicely, actually. I’ve been using it on my Nexus 6 for a few days now, and it’s built pretty well. There’s a plastic shell inside which holds the Nexus 6 in place, then there’s the faux leather that wraps around the case. It does have a cut out for the camera, as well as the microphone hole on the back. There’s also one on the front for the earpiece/speaker at the time. The ports don’t need cut outs because the case only covers the left side of the phone, which has nothing on it. So you can still easily get to the volume rocker, power button, headphone jack and micro USB port.

These flip cases like the Dandy Klop always feel a bit awkward when I’m using my phone, and this one is no different. It is a nice looking case, but just not my first choice for a case, I’d prefer the Super Slim case from Verus instead. If you like these types of cases, and love the idea of having your license and debit card/credit card all with your phone, then this is a pretty sweet case to have, especially for a big phone like the Nexus 6.

Verus has a nice selection of cases available for the Nexus 6 as well as other devices on the market as well. They make great, high quality cases, and I’ve used them on both the LG G3 and now the Nexus 6. No complaints at all, which is sometimes hard for manufacturers that sell solely on Amazon. So if you’re ever looking for a case, check out Verus.