Kinta – A Case For Your New iPhone



A couple of weeks ago I was offered the opportunity to review some new iPhone cases so I accepted the assignment. A few days later I received some samples of a new iPhone case from the Tokyo case designers DAQ. Co.Ltd.  This new case from a subsidiary brand of AndMesh is known as Kinta. The samples I received are all for the iPhone 6 and 6s.


The first thing I noticed about these cases is that the colors are vibrant. They are sort of like silicon but better. The material is an Elastomer that is made in Japan. These are not excessively soft, or spongy like silicon soft cases. There is no sticky feel to them. The Kinta appears to provide superior protection. All the cases are see-through to some degree, I’d say about 50% opacity. The clear case not only protects your smartphone but reveals the inherent beauty of the iPhone. These cases are durable and are resistant to scratches, abrasions, and cracking.

Two Proprietary Technologies

KINTA offers two proprietary technologies to suppress a major problem with clear cases. The yellowing that occurs as the case ages over time.

“We have accomplished a processing technique to blunt the effects of yellowing, and a bluing process which brings out the transparent look.”

A comfortable form factor that is obvious at first touch. It has a rounded back that adds a slight curvature to the flat back of the iPhone and sits comfortably in the palm of your hand.

Product Details

Product name: KINTA Clear Case for iPhone 7 & KINTA Clear Case for iPhone 7Plus

Price:iPhone 7 $20 / iPhone7Plus$23

Special price through KickStarter crowdfunding

Colors: Clear, Clear Black

The company decided to pre-release the “KINTA” with crowdfunding via KICKSTARTER.

KickStarter URLs

・iPhone7 model:

・iPhone7Plus model

AndMesh announces that its subsidiary brand “KINTA” will establish itself as a web direct sales brand, offering ever higher quality products at low prices. The Crowdfunding campaign is from September 28 to October 18.

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Carmine Delligatti-Drummer, former Support Manager for Deneba Software, ACD Systems, Mareware, Inc. and Swiss Made Marketing. Avid technology blogger and Managing Editor of