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We’ve been testing the new Bumpies (rebranded now as Utomic Edge). Check out their newest iteration: http://mreh.ca/1Vev1xT
Bumpies went and re-tested their product. Check out the result: http://youtu.be/qzHI5jAquIw. Guess we were unlucky!
Drop protection without a case? It’s a bold idea and generally, Bumpies will protect your iPhone from drops. Generally.
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Basically, bumpies are these colored nubs that are sitting on my iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus and are suppose to provide the same level of drop protection as a Speck CandyShell, an Incipio DualPro and an Thule Atmos X3 at 6 ft. I know it seems crazy, in my head, this seems like the equivalent of me telling football player that glueing packing peanuts to your head is going to offer the same level of protection as an actual helmet.
When I first saw this product, there were two things that came to mind. The first thing was: Would they come off easily? Frank and Sam on Facebook had similar concerns in terms of that and the second is, can i really drop it?
Now according to Bumpies, you can drop it and before this video is up, I’m going to dropping $2000 dollars worth of iPhones in the bumpies but before that, I am going to explore some of the technology behind the bumpies as well as elaborate on why I think the Bumpie’s packaging is some of the the coolest packaging that I’ve seen for any product.
Now, I’ll be honest with you, I’m quite impressed with the bumpies and this may change depending on the drop test. They’ve spent a lot of time thinking about their product and it shows.
The ultimate goal of the Bumpies is to free your devices from cases. They have bumpies for all sort of devices and these little nubs are have a hard shell and an internal soft membrane that mimic how the brain floats inside our hard heads. There is a bit of adhesive that sits on the inside of the bumpie is sticky enough to hold up 5 lbs of force. I’ve been using the ones on my iPhone 6 plus and they haven’t come loose in my pockets or anything which is nice.
One of the other features that stood out to me was Bumpies “Probabilistic Design” and the first thing that came to mind was when Angus Macfayden was describing GunKata in the movie equilibirum. “Thorugh analysis of thousands of gun fights, we’ve determined that the geometric distribution of any gun battle is a statistically predicable element” and that same sort of idea was applied, in terms of drops, not gun battles to the Bumpies.
Now, one of the best things about the bumpies is how they’ve incorporated their packaging as part of their product. Most of the time, the packaging on an case is pretty much useless after you take the product out but with the bumpies, you use the packaging to install the product. The Center core has the instructions and the sleeve holds your iPhone and helps with the alignment of the bumpies while you stick them on. I’m like my tech and the digital world but it’s always awesome to see somebody doing innovative things with this type of print media/packaging.
Alright, on to protection. For these bumpies, they extend far enough that it will keep your iPhone off any flat surface so putting it on a table shouldn’t be a problem for both the front and back of your device. For the most part, you’re going to be able to install screen protector on your device, assuming that the one you get doesn’t extend past the rounded edges of your iPhone.
In terms of drop protection, they say Bumpies exceeds military spec for shock which means that you can drop it more than 4ft. So we’ve got camera’s everywhere and we’re going to do drop $2000 dollars of iPhones that are protected by these small plastic nubs. Does anybody else think this might be a bad idea?
According to Bumpies, the Bumpie that fell off shouldn’t have for the iPhone 6 though from 3 ft, none of our iPhones were heavily damaged (A minor ding on the iPhone 6).
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