Presenting The Toughest Case Ever Built.
Today, we are launching the Armor Series for iPhone 4/4S and iPhone 5 — a case that exceeds what was ever thought possible for a smartphone case.
What will you do when you get your hands on The Toughest Case Ever Built? Where will you explore? What will you see? What passions will you pursue? With protection against water, drops, dust and crush, the possibilities are endless.
Premium materials, innovative design and precision styling work together to make the new Armor Series The Toughest Case Ever Built. And here’s why:
- WATERPROOF: Watertight latches, patented O-ring technology, port covers and mesh coverings keep water out and allow the case to tolerate submersions for 30 minutes in up to 6.6 ft. of water
- DROP PROOF: Advanced materials are used throughout the case to protect from drops up to 10 ft.
- DUST PROOF: Non-permeable membranes and protective mesh layers keep harmful elements out while allowing only sound to pass through
- CRUSH PROOF: High-strength reinforced plastic withstands crushing force up to 2 tons
At OtterBox, we know how heavy the burden of a damaged device can be, which is why we don’t take protection lightly. Waterproof, drop proof, dust proof and crush proof are some of the many features that make this The Toughest Case Ever Built. But we believe the freedom that this case provides is what makes the Armor Series truly incredible. With the Armor Series, you can explore with confidence knowing your device is fully protected — it’s you versus the world.
So tell us, what will you do with The Toughest Case Ever Built?
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I was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska — smack dab in the middle of the U.S.A. I moved to Fort Collins for school. It’s safe to say, six years later, I’ve decided to stay put for a while. When I’m not “working with the OtterBox creative team to produce compelling and creative content for various audiences and communication vehicles,” you can find me taking advantage of the Colorado landscape, eating all sorts of delicious cheeses, cruising around town on my bike, sharing conversation with friends and just letting my hair down — that is, as long as it’s all still there. I think culprit for my recent hair loss is my task-list … but that’s just a hunch.
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