Featured Review: Verus Quick Circle Window Case for the LG G3

As we continue going through the stack of cases that Verus sent over, today we are looking at the Quick Circle Window case from Verus. The functionality is about the same as the Quick Circle case from LG, the official one, but this one is made of faux leather, so it looks and feels a bit nicer, or at least different. Everyone may not agree that it looks nicer. This one is available in black, brown and red - obviously we've got the brown one here. Basically it has a leather shell with a hard case inside to hold the LG G3 in place. Of course there are cut outs for everything including the earpiece on the front, the circle for the Quick Circle functionality, and all the other ports on the sides and back.

When holding the LG G3 in this case, it actually feels really nice and pretty premium. I'd compare it to the Galaxy Note 3's back but I only used the white one which was a different texture than the black Note 3, and it feels nothing like this. This case definitely makes your LG G3 look good, not that it wasn't already good looking anyways. This is one of three wallet-style cases that Verus offers. There's also the wallet folio case we already reviewed and the Layered one as well, which we will be reviewing soon. As far as the functionality goes, you can still see the clock, and the clock face. As well as use a few apps in that space like the camera, music player and even notes. Or my personal favorite, Puppy Pop. which is a game for the Quick Circle case.

Right now, Verus is selling the Quick Circle Window case for $17.99 + $2.00 for shipping. So no it doesn't include Amazon Prime's free two-day shipping, unfortunately. But it's still much cheaper than the Quick Circle case from LG which is running around $50 right now. We do have one of those here and will be reviewing that pretty soon.

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