When choosing a product case, keep in mind a few questions; Must you sacrifice sound quality for affordability in the market? How long have you used your present case design? How durable is your case?
With many options present, it can get tricky to choose what works best for your product. But, it’s crucial to determine what your product requires when it comes to providing maximum protection.
First, what determines a hard or soft case?
Hard cases are petrified plastic with protective layers used to safeguard fragile equipment. One significant advantage of hard cases is the molding process. These cases can be constructed with intricate designs to fit a specific product. They provide the best resistance—water shock abrasion—best for long-distance travel and preserve your product’s values. To keep your product sterile, there is often a foam interior inserted to hold your equipment in one place.
If you’re going for a more flexible look, soft vases are another option. These cases are extremely lightweight and provide considerably more space for added items with straps, pockets, and more options. If your equipment requires a sturdier foundation, you have the option of getting foam filling.
So, how do you decide between getting the soft or hard cases?
If you work with delicate equipment and electronics, durability and sturdiness are essential factors to consider. The hard cases work together for fragile products because they protect the product during transit and storage. Caseling’s hard cases take your product through the harshest weather and locations.
Flexibility comes in handy when you are working with many parts that make a whole. Hard cases are good protection shells, but they do not provide the extra room needed for your items. Soft cases can stretch around the edges and provide extra wiggle room. Caseling’s soft cases give that extra stretch you need for added items.
Manipulating colors, prints, and patterns is a major attraction for customers. Both hard and soft cases can be designed to your desired blueprint with an intensity that makes your brand memorable. You can also create added features that work best for your products. Caseling can customize cases with any combined features.
Accessibility is a major factor to look out for when customizing your cases. If your cases are handy and quickly move without strain, they give an added value to your products. For instance, if you are a videographer, a soft sewn case with a padded segmentation keeps your attachments in place, extra pockets provide space for personal belongings, and shoulder straps make it easy to commute from place to place.
If you are struggling with what works best for your brand, book a free consultation today, and we’ll help you design a premier base that optimizes protection for your product.