The Griffin Survivor Journey case, unlike the Summit, looks like a fairly standard iPhone 6 case.
However, much like the Summit, the Journey is ultra-protective. It is vibration and shock-resistant, can survive 6.6-foot drops and is also Military-grade designed and tested.
From a looks point of view, this is the type of case I’d personally go for if I was on the lookout for a new case. It’s ultra-thin, extremely tough and looks great.
It’s available in a few colour combinations, including black, black/blue, black/white and pink/grey.
The version I’m checking out today is the pink and grey case. Not usually a colour combination I’d go for, but it actually looks quite good.
The case itself has managed to protect my iPhone 6 extremely well during my week of testing. Like most cases it features a lip around the edge of the case that stops the screen from hitting the floor directly when you drop it.
The inner section of the case features Griffin’s “Impact Dispersion System”. This interior layer of protection is designed to keep your device protected whilst any shock or vibrations are absorbed and dissipated around the outside of the case.
One part of the Journey case that I’m not a big fan of is the smooth surface on the outside of the case. It’s a little too slippy for my liking, and whilst my iPhone would definitely be protected I don’t really want it to be constantly slipping out of my hand.
All of the ports and buttons around the device are still easily accessible, and despite a few small problems the Journey case performed extremely well.