Grip2u AirPods Pro SHELL Case REVIEW | MacSources

3 min readOct 12, 2021

A great design with a faulty execution

I love my AirPods Pro. I’ve always been a fan of Apple’s earbuds — even going back to the wired EarPods, but there is something special about the AirPods Pro. I have taken them with me pretty much everywhere because they make it possible for me to make important phone calls, take walks while listening to podcasts, or just enjoy some music. Since they go with me everywhere, I like to keep them well protected. I’ve had my charging case in a protective case for quite some time and I felt like it was time to change things up. So, I upgraded to the Grip2ü Shell Case for the AirPods Pro.


The Grip2ü Shell Case is made as a two-piece rubber shell. It’s designed to protect the AirPods by surrounding the charging case with a protective layer. The shell case features an integrated grip texture and comes with a carabiner attachment. The case is wireless charging compatible and the LED charging indicator light is visible through a tiny cutout hole on the front.


The Shell Case comes in a simple package with an image of the product on the front. There is some descriptive text on the box, but not a lot, and when you open the box, you will find the case (in two separate pieces) along with the carabiner housed in a plastic tray. There are no instructions included in the box and upon looking, I couldn’t find any installation tips on the box or website either. When you look at the case, it seems like installation is pretty self-explanatory, but we ran into a small problem with our shell case and some instructions would have been nice to refer to.

The case comes in two pieces. The top section slides onto the top of the charging case while the bottom snaps onto the bottom half of the charging case. There is a correct direction to place it on. The top section has a notch cut out on the front and back…




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