Three affordable AirPods Pro cases – some cost less than your lunch

After spending so much money on your Apple AirPods Pro, you probably want to spend a little bit more to protect it. But you don’t have to break the bank or burn a hole in your pocket to do so. Here are three AirPods Pro cases that can do the job.

Uniq Creations Terra

Local brand Uniq Creations have been making quality Apple product accessories for a while and its Terra will offer great protection to your AirPods Pro at an affordable price.

Made of genuine leather on the outside and microfibre lining in the inside, it offers double protection to the AirPods Pro charging case. A nice touch is a hole to see the charging indicator lights up when charging.

Having used it for a few months, the leather and the inner lining did not peel even under Singapore’s humid conditions.

Unofficial Pokemon Case

If you are a Pokemon fan, you probably want to pick up this case.

While this is an unofficial one that you can buy from your friendly neighbourhood Ah-Beng store or shopping mall kiosk, it is actually quite well built.

Made of thick silicone material, it provides plenty of protection to the AirPods Pro case. But as such, it is a tad bulky. The biggest downer though is it does not allow for wireless charging.

But if you are an Pokemon fan, you will love it. And it will wow also your friends and colleagues, especially if they are Pokemon fans like yourself.

Daiso Transparent Case

If you want a clean and minimalist case, try to get the Daiso “no-name” but clear and transparent case. If you manage to find it at one of Daiso stores.

It is made of clear plastic with no naming printed. So, it shows your nice AirPods Pro charging case in its full glory. This is especially ideal for those who have engravings on their AirPods Pro charging case. it even supports wireless charging. This case is really as clean and cheap as it gets.

But the inside of the case feels a little rough, so it might scratch the charging case. My case is already scratched, so I don’t really care.

Trevor Tan

Started out with dreams to become a street photographer, Trevor Tan somehow became a tech journalist with over 16 years of consumer tech experience. Maybe he plays too much video games and buys too many new gadgets.
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