Trident Aegis Case for HTC One Review


Summary and Comments


I’ve reviewed many HTC One cases lately and this is one of the best, it’s easily comparable to an OtterBox case. The OtterBox Commuter Series case sells for about $35 on the OtterBox site. The Trident Aegis case sells for about $34 on MobileFun , so the price is similar and so are the cases really.

The quality of the Trident Aegis case is very much comparable to OtterBox in construction and protection along with features. OtterBox was and still is was of my favorite companies for cases for my devices, but it’s nice to see another company selling something similar, competition is good.

So really, I couldn’t find anything at all wrong with the Trident Aegis case, it’s offers excellent protection from shocks from drops and bumps. The case is very well made and looks great while not adding much bulk to the HTC One.

If you’re looking for a rugged yet thin style case for the HTC One the only choices you’ll have really that I can see are trident and OtterBox. What you pick will depend on the style you prefer, both cases are equally well made and offer great protection.

The Trident Aegis case comes with covers for the audio jack and microUSB port, something that is a great feature that not many other cases have. Trident also included a screen protector, so all you have to do is buy the case and your phone will be well protected surely.

The Trident Aegis case is truly one of the best cases I’ve come across for the HTC One…



DragonSteelMods gives the Trident Aegis Case for HTC One a 5 out of 5 score and our Recommended Award as well.


score5-5 score-reco



+Comes with screen protector

+Dual layer design for maximum protection

+Simple installation

+Covers over audio and microUSB ports

+Screen on back to protect the rear microphone from dust and dirt



-None really




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