05 Nov The Case Station Personalised Phone Case
Getting a Christmas gift for a loved one who has everything can be a nightmare. Thanks to Case Station, this no longer has to be the case (if you will pardon the pun there…) – simply surprise them with a personalised phone case.
Case Station Personalised Phone Case
Case Station makes it possible to customise phone cases for a wide range of smart phone models with memorable text, distinctive patterns selected from the stunning provided art collection or with a photo of your choice. This could be a photo of your loved one’s favourite pet; a moment from a special achievement (sporting, educational, etc.); a holiday or indeed anything else you can think of.
Made from materials used in space suits, the cases are hand-finished, of exceptional quality and delivered complete with a lifetime guarantee. Personalised phone cases can be produced via casestation.com/uk, the Case Station app or in-store, with prices starting at £19.99.
I was given the opportunity to try out the process of creating a personalised phone case for this review. Having discovered that my husband’s phone model is not an available option (using the live chat option – and the attending staff was very helpful), I decided to create a case for a friend with an iPhone 5S.
The process of creating the case was exceptionally simple. I selected the iPhone 5S from the list of available models; chose a photo from my computer; cropped it to size, positioned it and ordered the case in no time at all. When the case arrived a couple of days later, it was indeed of outstanding quality and looked gorgeous. It also came complete with a free ‘Nano Stik’ anti-slip mat, which was a nice touch.
The quality and finish of these personalised phone cases are fantastic and well worth the price, so they will make beautiful Christmas presents. Taking the time to have a chat with a staff member to clarify whether the model you want really is available before you start is, however, highly recommended – here is why:
As the iPhone 5/5S was on the list of available models, I didn’t check. I also did not check my order before hitting the ‘Proceed to Checkout’ button – and the case I received was a case for an iPhone 6 (which is too large for the 5S). I went back to the site to go through the process again (twice) to see if maybe I had made a mistake. This time I checked everything carefully and, sure enough, every time I hit ‘Proceed to Checkout’, the phone model switched to iPhone 6 – which is not compatible with the 5S. This could turn out to be an expensive error, so do make sure you check first to avoid disappointment.