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Google Pixel Fabric Cases: Pixel 5 $34, 4a / 4a 5G $38, 4/4XL $28, 3XL $15, 3a/3a XL $15 (Was $59-$55) @ Harvey Norman

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Harvey Norman are discounting/clearing out the Official Google Pixel Fabric cases. These are $59 from Google website normally. See Google website for more info, eg Pixel 5 or Pixel 4a 5G.

The Pixel 5 Case uses over 70% recycled material, including fabric made from recycled plastic water bottles.
Stylish colours and machine-washable fabric keep your case looking great season after season.
Raised edges and a microfibre lining help to keep your phone safe from scratches
You can keep the case on to charge your phone with Pixel Stand or charge your Pixel Buds with Battery Share.

Complete List:

Pixel 5 $34 (Was $59)
Pixel 4a 5G $38 (Was $58)
Pixel 4a $38 (Was $58)
Pixel 4XL $28 (Was $58)
Pixel 4 $28 (Was $58)
Pixel 3a XL $15 (Was $55)
Pixel 3a $15 (Was $55)
Pixel 3 XL $15 (Was $55)

You can get the Pixel 5 or 4a 5G case for $32.30 or $36.10 respectively via Officeworks Price Beat if you wish. They are still the regular $59 price at OW for now.

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  • +4 votes

    Nice - thanks!

    If you've got store credit to spend (like me), then google do price match HN:
    https://support.google.com/store/answer/9631873?hl=en

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      I wonder whether, after spending $59 in store credit initially, they refund the $25 in real money or store credit.

    • +2 votes

      Looks like they're on sale at the google store anyway: eg https://store.google.com/au/config/pixel_4_case_fabric?hl=en... showing $29.50

      Full colour range available, free shipping, plus don't have to deal with Harvey Norman. Win win win

      • +2 votes

        I think most people would be interested in the cases for the latest models i.e. the 5 and 4a 5G.

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      Price match for cases is not covered unfortunately according to live chat I just had now:

      "Upon further checking, we can only process price match with Harvey Norman with phone devices."

  • +7 votes

    I bought the google cases for my pixel 2 xl and they're sh*t. Look good, but don't serve the purposes of protecting the corners of the phone. Unsure if designs of these have changed since.

    For my pixel 3, I have an Otterbox and Spigen and they're excellent.

    • +6 votes

      Yep - can't go wrong with either Otterbox or Spigen. Just got a Spigen for my Pixel 4a 5G. You can find them on Amazon for $20-30.

      • +8 votes

        +1 for spigen, I never spent more than a few bucks on a case but when work picked up the tab for a spigen I doubt I will ever go back (although I will because they don't make covers for anything but flagship phones)

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      Perhaps they have changed, the pixel 3XL one is great and goes around the the whole way (with a small cut out for the charging cable)
      They are the best case. I had a spigen thin fits and they don't protect as well (and the hard graphite ones chip the corners off easily.

      The fabric cases have more grip too, that hard spigen one was very slippy and would have broke on one or two drops

      • +1 vote

        Thin fit does not protect drops. It's just for minimal protection.
        I have rugged armour slim and no crack at all for the last 3 years with no screen protector.
        Have dropped it several time. Latest time it dropped facing towards an uneven concrete surface. Literally closed my eyes to pick the phone up because it sounded terrible and was ready to see a cracked up screen. But fortunately it survived.

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          yeah obviously a rugged/tough case is better protection but a lot chunkier as well and harder to put in your pocket. Get used to whatever anyway. I got a fabric case and like them. Just don't put it in beer or something on the table.

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            @G-rig: It's called rugged for marketing purposes or because it has been certified for military guard.
            Otherwise wise it's a perfectly normal case.
            I hate chunky cases because of the reasons you mentioned.

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              @Mi2: yeah no doubt, the spigen one (think we're talking about the same one) is a great go-to just to get a case on straight away, but the fit and finish is very good too without adding too much size. those otter boxes and stuff are pretty over the top, but good if you work outside or something.

              Anyway the genuine Pixel 5 case only costing me $17.90 (sold a 3 XL fabric case not long ago for $9.10 profit and $7 price protection on this deal).

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                @G-rig: Link to the P5 $17.90 case? Pls

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                  @Joe888: Sorry it's not $17.90, that's after the deductions above.
                  $34 is still a lot better than $59 for these

    • +1 vote

      mine spigen broke itself 2 times in the corner, never again…

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        Same

    • +2 votes

      I've had the 2 XL fabric case for 2 and a half years and never had any issues The fabric is just now starting to wear thin around the bottom. The corners are fully covered and the case is slightly ridged above the phone. Not sure how this doesn't protect the corners.

    • +2 votes

      I got one for my 4xl and it's been an amazing case. Protected it just fine through a few drops
      Only downside is that it gets visibly dirty, but it's such a unique look and feel (especially the feel!) that I don't really mind a bit of extra upkeep

      Harvey norman can go and get royally F'd though. Horrible service the last time I bought something from them, filed some appropriately low scoring feedback afterwards and then their complaints team rang me up and started just blasting me with a metric shedload of ridiculous excuses rather than actually giving a crap about how they stuffed up. Never again.

    • +2 votes

      Agree. I would a new 3XL on eBay last year that came with a fabric case. I didn't like it at all and got a Spigen case instead.

    • -1 vote

      +1 for Spigen. I don't think I would ditch the Spigen Rugged Armor and buy a fabric cover for my Pixel 5. It almost feels like Google should have designed the phone that way.

      • -1 vote

        Doesn't hurt having more than one case. I currently got a $20 Amazon Spigen Rugged Armor Case
        Unless you've had a fabric case before you may not want one.

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          Down voted lol
          The fabric case offers almost as much protection

    • +1 vote

      Agree with this. I got the fabric case for my wife and my Pixel 4a 5G's. They only have a very very small lip around the edge, and sadly that failed to stop a screen smash when my wife dropped hers (despite the case + a tempered glass protector). Bought us both Spigens after that. Screen replacement almost cost half the price of the phone!

  • +1 vote

    Barely any stock in Melbourne for my pixel 3 xl in any colours for C&C. sad

  • +3 votes

    Look and feel stunning but have absolutely no grip = more drops, not less. I busted my pixel 2 xl in one of these. Didn't protect it at all.

  • +2 votes

    Z E R O drop protection

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    What the? its $10 for shipping and if i add a second case, its $20-30$ in total for shipping??

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    The XL has just two colours, lol.

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    OP you missed the standard Pixel 4a case for $38.

    • +1 vote

      Ah thanks! I'll update.

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        No worries, I was close to thinking my phone would miss out haha
        I've been looking far and wide for a case with some colour and good protection. This doesn't seem to cut it, so the Caseology Parallax (by Spigen) seems to be the best option. But there's almost no availability in Australia which is really unfortunate.

  • +1 vote

    I love the design and vibe of these cases, however the looks just aren't worth the loss of protection offered by my Spigen case. If I was less clumsy I would grab one, thanks for posting.

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    Picked up the case, brilliant

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    I purchased this for delivery on Sunday, anyone have any updates on their orders yet? (Pixel 3 Sand case)