Skeptical at first on their claims of surviving drop tests of over 40 feet so I wanted to really make sure it was the real deal.
Offering options in real leather, Aramid carbon fibre, bamboo, walnut, or a shell variant, they got an impact absorbent material called AiroShock that’s designed to dampen the shock and bounce when dropped.
I wanted to see what others thought of it so I let them do the drop test instead. Featuring a bunch of YouTubers from my visit to the YouTube Space Toronto, it surprisingly withstands quite a bit of impact before finally giving in... sort of.
NOTE: This review is sponsored by Mous but all opinions expressed are based on my own experiences.