UNBOXED: Reviewing the Scooch Wingman Case
With so many different variations of phone cases available on the market, it’s not often that we’re left impressed with some of the options that come across our desks. That was strictly not the case with Scooch, a smartphone accessory maker, which flooded our office with a whole host of different cases that make up their portfolio. And though they’re all different from one another in size or function, there’s one thing that connects just about every single one of the cases and accessories that Scooch sent to us—the “wing.”
A flexible piece of material that’s positioned on the back of each cases—or as a standalone accessory that can be added to your own case of choice—the wing is a versatile feature that’s usable in a number of ways: as a support bar for the user’s hand that makes one-handed smartphone operation easier; as a kickstand in both portrait and landscape modes; and as a mount for car CD players and horizontal vents.
We’ve seen similar implementations of a support piece on the back of phone cases, but what makes the wing stand out is that versatility. Additionally, others we’ve tested use a stretchy fabric that can get worn out over time, can rip, and more. From a stability and durability standpoint, the Scooch wing accessory certainly is in a class of its own.