Best AirPods Pro 2 cases for 2023


It goes without saying that Apple’s AirPods Pro 2 is one of the best true wireless earbuds that you can buy if you own an Apple device. It helps that it offers pretty good sound quality, but one of the main selling points is how easy it is to pair and use with Apple’s products, like an iPhone, iPad, or Mac computer.

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Plus, if you’re already part of the Apple ecosystem and own things like a MagSafe charger, you can actually use that to charge the AirPods Pro 2 as well, making it a pretty handy alternative to wired charging if you want something convenient or don’t want to clutter your desk with additional cables.

That being said, if you want to keep your AirPods Pro 2 as pristine as possible, then maybe investing in a case for the charging case of the earbuds might be a good idea, and below we’ve compiled a list of some of the best cases you might want to take a look at.

Spigen Rugged Armor
Spigen is a well-known brand when it comes to smartphone cases, so it shouldn’t be too surprising that they’ve extended their range to cover the AirPods. With the Rugged Armor, as its name suggests, this is a case that’s been designed to protect your earbuds in case you drop them. It features hybrid polymer technology that will protect the case from bumps and scratches. It also sports a nice matte-black finish the keeps it clear of fingerprints, and there’s also a metal carabiner on the side if you want to hook it onto your belt or bag.
SUPCASE Unicorn Beetle Pro
If you’re looking for a slightly more affordable alternative to the Spigen Rugged Armor, SUPCASE’s Unicorn Beetle could be it. It features a boxy design that’s made from a solid hard-shell TPU and PC materials that will help prevent the AirPods Pro 2’s case from being scratched or damaged when dropped. There are precise cutouts for the LED indicator light and charging port, and there will also be a metal carabiner that lets you hook the case onto a bag.
Catalyst Waterproof Special Edition Case
Apple’s AirPods Pro 2 have an IPX4 rating, which means that they are water-resistant to a certain degree, but we imagine that it’s more about sweat resistance rather than water resistance. But in case you need to protect your AirPods from water, then this case from Catalyst could be for you. The case itself has been rated IP67 thanks to its unique foldable design that pretty much covers almost the entirety of the AirPods’ charging case. While we wouldn’t advise you to go swimming with it, the IP67 rating does make it a little better at resisting water than without.
Woolnut Leather Case Cover
So far most of the cases we’ve covered so far are more about protection rather than looks, so if you want something that will provide some degree of protection but doesn’t look like a tank, Woolnut’s leather case could be the perfect fit. Offering full-grain leather, the case creates a sleek and classy look for the AirPods, so if you want something to match your watch’s leather band that’s functional but stylish, this is an option to consider.
PopSockets PopGrip AirPods Pro Holder
The plastic that Apple uses on its products can feel super slippery, so if you’re looking for a more reliable way of holding the AirPods Pro 2, PopSockets’ PopGrip could be the answer. One of the coolest features of the PopGrip is how it works with PopSockets for phones, meaning that you can attach the AirPods Pro 2 on the back of your phone to keep it there, or act as a makeshift kickstand! Alternatively, you can remove it and attach it with the PopChain 2 and hook it onto your bag.

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Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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