Introducing Symmetry: The Style You Want, the Protection You Need


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Whether you’re a fashionista, a hipster, flower child, retro diva or classic gentleman, your style is important. Style is a mode of living that you display. It doesn’t matter how much effort you put in, it’s just always there.

So we all have an individual style. And, let’s face it, we all have a smartphone. Though you may not recognize it at first, the latter is a representation of the former. For instance, do you prefer Android or iOS? What apps do you keep on your home screen for easy access, and what image is in the background? How do you choose to protect your phone, and what does your case look like?

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Sometimes I want bold color — sometimes more than one — and other times a simple, sleek shine. I like patterns when I’m feeling fancy and angled designs when I’m being creative. But above all, I need protection. Enter the new Symmetry Series cases from OtterBox.

Introducing the Symmetry Series case from OtterBox

The Symmetry Series is a simple, one piece, slender case that fits easily in my pocket, palm and purse. A dual-material construction makes Symmetry Series one of the slimmest, most protective cases in its class and a raised beveled edge helps keep the touch screen safe. I love that it fits easily in my pocket, palm and purse and don’t have to worry about my phone’s touchscreen because it stays safe under the case’s raised beveled edge. The hardware is protected from drops and shock by an internal honeycomb coring. Most importantly, these cases are gorgeous. Crushed damson, eclipse, eden (to name a few) … I’ll take one of each, please and thank you.

Learn all about the new OtterBox Symmetry Series cases for your device: iPhone 5/5s, Galaxy S4 and iPhone 5c.



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