iphone cases capsule vs deflector

concept concept 1 post

I am looking to buy a iphone 4s case here but I am confused bout the difference between the two. Thanks!

MLabuda MLabuda 6986 posts

The info is on a link on the product page, when you select a case from an artist, beneath the Add to Cart Button

“iPhone & iPod Cases
To bring you the world’s finest iWotsit protection we’ve hooked up with consummate case professionals Uncommon. They’re an industry leader in making superbly high quality and durable iPhone & iPod cases – one of the few brands chosen by Apple for Apple Stores. They invented a revolutionary and top secret printing process called TATT™, which embeds the design into the case – so no fading or peeling, ever. It all sounds a bit space age really, which we quite like.

Printed in the US of A
Long life, super-bright colors embedded directly into the case
Extremely durable, shatterproof casing
Allows access to all device features; Charges while in case
Special keyhole ring keeps photos completely unobstructed
Available in 1000s of unique designs
Fits all mobile providers worldwide, including AT&T, Verizon & Sprint
Style variations – Capsule & Deflector
The deflector is a single piece clip-on case.
The capsule is a two piece slide-on case with a removable bottom

We currently offer the following case styles:

iPhone 4S & 4 Deflector one-piece case. Fits all mobile provider versions.
iPhone 4S & 4 Capsule two-piece case. Fits all mobile provider versions.
iPhone 3GS & 3G Capsule two-piece case. Fits all mobile provider versions.
iPod Touch 4th Generation Capsule two-piece case."

txjeepguy2 txjeepguy2 1 post

I had the same question. But I eventually found this website that helped explain the two a little better. However…I have not yet actually ordered a case to check the accuracy of this. But the the pictures seem to match the descriptions.

http://support.redbubble.com/kb/top20/uncommon-...

BenGee333 BenGee333 1 post

for anyone STILL wondering LOL

Google > YouTube > http://youtu.be/L4HxQ4Oa0gM for a good quick (visual) answer :-)))