The kit comes with two lenses and a phone cover that gives 360-degree protection to your iPhone with full access to all your ports.
You simply put the phone cover on your iPhone and then slide the required lens into the pouch on the back of the phone cover. The lens sits below the iPhone’s camera which enables you to use the camera as normal, but slides up with the flick of a finger giving you a world of options (3, if we are being picky).
The design is practical and integrates seamlessly with the iPhone. Most people use phone covers on their iPhones (some priced upwards of $50), so it isn’t such a stretch to think that people will pay $45 for a sturdy phone cover with the added ability of increasing the iPhone’s magnification.
There’s no messy gadgets or bulky parts you have to add which can detract from the everyday useability of the accessories, although you will have to find a place to store that extra camera lens somewhere, and with it being so small I imagine I would be the first to lose it. The macro lens is quite impressive adding 10x magnification to the iPhone, but I’ve always had a soft spot for a nice fisheye lens ever since my skateboarding days, and I don’t see why it won’t be popular with skaters, if not purely for its simplicity.
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