Mozo, who are exclusive partners with Microsoft and ex-Nokia, make some great replacement covers for the Lumia line. Late last November, we gave a hands-on tour of a few Mozo cases for the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL, but we forgot one variant: the red leather with gold trim.
Today, we can finally give a quick tour of that cover. Truth be told, it is one of our favorites as Mark Guim, and myself are both sporting the classy cover on our Lumia 950s.
Unfortunately, the red leather version for the Lumia 950 XL is almost ready for pre-order, so we could not feature that one here today.
The Mozo covers retail for €48.50 or about $53 USD plus shipping. Mozo estimates a waiting time of about four weeks, and we can attest to that timeframe. Shipping, however, took just three days.
Even after months of usage, our previous Mozo's have held up very well with daily usage. Comparing them to the cheap knock-offs from China is night and day regarding quality with the Mozo being far better designed. Of course, you pay for it, but if you are planning on keeping the Lumia 950 or Lumia 950 XL for some time, we have no qualms about recommending them.
- Hands-on with the Mozo leather covers for the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL
- Review of the Orange and Blue replacement shells for the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL
Order the Red and Gold Mozo case – Lumia 950
Pre-order the Red and Gold Mozo case – Lumia 950 XL
Do you have a Mozo or are you thinking about ordering one? Which color would you get and what do you make of the red and gold? Let us know in comments!
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