Back on November 1st, Nomad launched its Super Slim case for iPhone 14. The case, which is available in either carbide or frost colors, aims to protect your iPhone 14 in the most minimal way possible. This is a good case to consider if you want to protect your device, yet wish to maintain the general form factor of the iPhone 14.
Corresponding with Black Friday festivities, Nomad has launched an 30% off site-wide sale, which includes the Super Slim case and everything else Nomad sells. If you’re looking for some of the best iPhone and Apple Watch related third-party accessories out there, this is it. Sale ends Monday, and products are limited, so act now.
- 50% recycled materials
- Premium & grippy matte finish
- 360º coverage with chamfered cutouts for buttons and ports
- Raised camera bump for added protection
- Wireless charging compatible
I recently went hands-on with a video walkthrough, unboxing the Super Slim case, and showcasing it when paired with my space black iPhone 14 Pro. Both the carbide and frost color options looked great, but I appreciated how the translucent frost color paired with the space black colorway.
I found that the case provided a decent amount of grip. I think it arguably enhances the grip on regular iPhone 14 with the aluminum band, but isn’t quite as grippy as the stainless steel band on the Pro models.
In the end, I think the Super Slim case is a good choice for those who desire a measure of protection, but don’t like being saddled with some of the more unwieldy case options. Keep in mind that these cases are wireless charging compatible, but aren’t officially MagSafe cases due to the slim form factor.
Nomad also sent me the ultra-compact 30W power adapter in a limited edition transparent colorway. The adapter is almost as small as Apple’s 5W adapter, but because of GaN technology, it’s able to provide up to 6 times the power output. I especially find these adapters nice for replacing Apple’s 20W power adapters, because they are much smaller and fit in areas where Apple’s charger may not. For example, I’m using Nomad’s 30W chargers to power my HomePod mini setup, and it provides a cleaner look and simpler install on my power strip due to the small size.
Again, be sure to head over to Nomad’s website for their 30% off everything sale.
Transparency: Nomad provided me with the cases and power adapter for review, but opinions are my own, and I wasn’t paid for this post. I genuinely like their stuff, and they’ve always been super supportive of independent creators.