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Elago Tire Tread Silicon Case for iPhone 4 Review and Giveaway

Jackson Chung 03-11-2010

Elago Tire Tread Silicon Case for iPhone 4 Review and Giveaway silicongiveawayAbout slightly over a month ago, we featured some iPhone cases from Elago — the S4 BREATHE S4 BREATHE iPhone 4 Case (by Elago) Review and Giveaway Read More to be exact. I personally thought that these perforated snap on cases were a hoot. They were pleasant to look at, insanely light and easy to put on and take off. Now, we’re going to look into another iPhone 4 case from Elago, and that’s the Tire Tread Silicon Case for the iPhone 4.


They come and black and translucenty-white; and are just the thing if you’re looking for a stylish out-of-the-ordinary iPhone 4 case. We’re giving six of these beauties away so chime in if you want to score one for yourself. And this time, your chances are pretty good.

But first, as with all giveaways, we’ll take the mandatory initial look at the product to ensure that what we’re offering you is top notch. And the Tire Tread Silicon Case by Elago doesn’t disappoint.

The Tire Tread Silicon Case is designed to look like, well, tyre tread. Who knew? But don’t mock it because it’s actually quite stylish and eye-catching. It has that whole F1 thing happening and really makes the iPhone 4 a little more sporty. This case is perfect for trips to the gym. And with a soft, rubbery, silicon body; it’s the ultimate candidate for the occasion too.

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If you’re thinking that it’s probably made out of low-grade silicon case, think again. This case can hold its own. The material doesn’t feel cheap and after using for it a while, I’m confident that it’ll last; probably longer than the iPhone can. The case itself isn’t very thick and not too soft. While encasing the iPhone, it doesn’t feel loose but isn’t very difficult to take off either.


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I haven’t tried stretching it but I get the feeling that it won’t break or tear easily. So again, it’s quite durable. The only unpleasant encounter was the slightly stubborn power button that needs to be press a little harder than usual. Other than that, I have no complaints. Being silicon, it doesn’t really collect a lot of dust and isn’t very sticky.

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While the black model is stylish, the only word that describe the white model appropriately is stunning. Seriously, look at it.


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It’s made exactly the same. The silicon and the pattern are the same. The only difference is this being translucent. And you know what? It’s perfect for the white iPhone!

So, we’re giving six Elago Tire Tread Silicon cases away — that’s 3 black and 3 white models. Do you want one?

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  1. Doc
    November 4, 2010 at 3:41 am

    Tire TREAD, not Tire THREAD!

    • Aibek
      November 4, 2010 at 8:56 am

      thanks for heads up, corrected.