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Your phones and tablets need protection. Not from conquering warlords
but from you, because you drop everything and break it. We’ve seen you do it.
And these days it's not just a phone anymore, it's also a camera and a
torch and a door stop and some other important things too. So we've created
the toughest cases we could to protect your most precious of daily devices
from getting hurt. We're using the single finest technology available today
for case decoration to actually infuse the design into your case for maximum
durability. They're constructed from the finest Amorphous Polymer which sounds
like it just crawled from the sea but is actually a very strong plastic that
s apparently used up there in space. It's extremely strong, like a post-spinach Popeye.
The Snap is a slim fitting one-piece clip-on case. Perfect for not ruining the
smooth lines of your skinny jeans. We know how important that is.
The Tough is a clip-on case with a unique black inner silicon absorbing sleeve
to take the stress from a drop. Ideal for people who lead a rough or accident
prone lifestyle, like stuntmen for instance.
We currently offer the snap & tough for the following styles:
Which iPhone have I succumbed to?
Which Samsung Galaxy have I succumbed to?
Which iPad have I succumbed to?
Update to suit the new iPhone 5 and earlier iPhone models :-)
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This is great! Perfect :)
Another cracker.. Nice..
Thanks again Jonny – really appreciate the comments ;-)
– Alisdair Binning
Question, what is the difference between a capsule and a deflector. I do not see the difference?
Hi – if you click the iPhone & iPod Cases Info link under the Add To Cart button above, that should tell you everything you need to know, but essentially the Capsule is a two-piece case that slides on, and the Deflector is a one-piece snap-on case… hope that helps :-)