4 Best Rugged Cases for the Samsung Galaxy Watch6
Samsung recently unveiled the Galaxy Watch6 range alongside its brand-new foldables. The company’s latest wearable is available in two avatars, and buyers can opt for the Watch6 Classic with a rotating bezel or the Watch6. It’s important to note that the latter doesn’t come with a stainless steel case. As such, it may be more susceptible to dings and scuffs. But, fret not – we’ve aggregated a list of the best rugged cases for the Galaxy Watch6 that’ll keep your wearable in pristine condition.
It goes without saying that you’ll wear your Watch6 on a daily basis. And, if you habitually bump your wrist against a door handle or a desk, then you should consider putting a protective case on the watch. We’ve shortlisted four enticing options below, so take a gander.
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If you’re looking for all-around protection for your Galaxy Watch6, you should check out Suoman’s accessory bundle for the wearable. To that end, the company offers a slew of knickknacks with your purchase, including a matte screen protector, a privacy screen protector, and a case.
If you’re iffy about passersby getting a glimpse at your notifications, you should apply Suoman’s privacy screen protector on your Watch6. In doing so, the screen protector will greatly minimize the display’s viewing angles, thereby ensuring only you can read what’s on the screen. Additionally, if you don’t fancy going that route, you can always opt for one of the two HD screen protectors bundled with the package.
The screen protectors make use of 2.5D 9H tempered glass, which is both, scratch and shatter resistant. Additionally, the screen protector doesn’t take anything away from the display’s touch sensitivity either. As for the case, the company bundles four polycarbonate covers with the packaging, which should last you for the foreseeable future.
What’s more, the case ships with precise cutouts for the Watch6’s buttons, which is excellent. Do note that the link prefaced above is for the 44mm trim. Buyers who’ve snagged the 40mm variant, can also check out the Suoman Galaxy Watch6 bundle.
Ringke’s Slim Watch case for the Galaxy Watch6 also makes for a superb buy. Do note that the link prefaced above is for the 44mm variant. However, the company also makes the Slim Watch case for the 40mm Galaxy Watch6. Additionally, unlike most watch cases, Ringke’s offering comes in three attractive colors.
These include Chrome, Dark Chrome, and Matte Black. Additionally, you should know that the case comprises two elements, including a hardened clear PC shell and a sturdy cover that sits on top of the frame. You should also note that the case covers the wearable’s frame in its entirety, so you won’t have to worry about damaging the watch’s lugs when you’re out and about.
More notably, the hardened PC shell comes with anti-yellowing characteristics, so it should remain squeaky clean for years to come. The case also comes with precise cutouts for the buttons and only adds 0.8mm of thickness to the device. As such, it is a godsend for folks looking for a sturdy albeit lightweight case for the Galaxy Watch6.
Lest we forget, the case doesn’t need any adhesive to be affixed to the watch, and it doesn’t come in the way of the wearable’s wireless charging chops either.
It may come as a surprise, but Samsung has officially chosen Caseology as its partner for the brand’s wearable and foldable accessories. Needless to say, the company’s Galaxy Watch6 case has a lot going for it, and it should fit your Galaxy Watch6 like a glove.
First-party accessories don’t come cheap. On the flip side, they offer the best compatibility. The Caseology Vault Case is no different, in this regard. To that end, the case ships with a ruggedized exterior that can seemingly take a beating. Add to that, the case touts exposed screws that further accentuate its robust design.
Much like most other cases on the list, Caseology’s offering touts a raised bumper that should safeguard your Watch6’s display. That said, the company has strengthened the frame by adding padding near the watch’s buttons. As such, you need not worry if you accidentally drop the watch when you’re unstrapping it from your wrist. Speaking of which, the company’s case can be attached to the Watch6 without removing the wearable’s straps, which is great.
Here’s a fun fact – Spigen is the official accessory partner for Samsung too! As such, we had to include the company’s Rugged Armor Pro for the Samsung Galaxy Watch6 on the list. For one, the case offers a stupendously rugged shell. Additionally, it comes with a built-in, sporty band.
Unlike most cases on the list, Spigen’s contender ships with a comfortable silicone strap too. As such, your Galaxy Watch6 will look well put together, with the design of the straps complementing the ruggedized shell nicely. Do note that the link prefaced above will take you to the product page for the 44mm SKU. That said, the company makes the case for the Galaxy Watch6 40mm too.
More to the point, the case doesn’t come in the way of the watch’s sensors. As such, you will be able to monitor your heart rate or get a number on your BIA measurements with the case strapped to the watch.
We should also add that the case comes with carbon fiber accents that don’t just look edgy, but also absorb the shock if you bang your wrist on a wall or a desk.
And, that wraps up our list of the best rugged cases for the Samsung Galaxy Watch6. If you don’t want to spend needlessly, you should get Suoman’s Watch6 bundle. Despite being the most affordable off the lot, it comes with a truckload of goodies that will undoubtedly accentuate your end-user experience.
That said, buyers looking to get the best-rugged case for the wearable will find plenty to like about the Spigen Rugged Armor Pro as well. Do let us know which case you opted for in the comments below.
Last updated on 07 August, 2023
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Prateek is an avid gamer and he has a heap of consoles, both old and new. He has been writing about technology and shooting consumer tech videos for almost six years. When he's not hyper-focusing on a new RPG or talking about tech, he likes to hit the gym to stay on top of his fitness game.