Now enjoy military-grade protection for your iPhone with cases from Mous, which will give your device added protection as it’ll be able to escape unscathed whether it falls off the table or the second-floor balcony.
We’re not only talking about the phone body surviving the fall, but your screen will stay intact too — such is the beauty of this protective casing named Limitless.
You can pre-book the product and expect a delivery by January 2017. The company has been backed by 5718 people on Indiegogo and have raised $211,242 to date, though its initial goal was mere $15,000.
The protective case uses Airo Shock Technology, which makes use of hundreds of thousands of air pockets to safeguard the device, absorbing shocks from falls.
This technology helps the case dampen the impact during the fall as these tiny air pockets act as a spring.
Although the company claims that these cases are ‘nearly indestructible’, they’ve still managed to make these cases super thin, relatively to other cases available in the market, which aren’t half as effective as this one (might be).
The cases are available in an array of colours to suit your style and don’t worry, though they’re dubbed to be equivalent of Kevlar for your iPhone device, they still come with stylish designs and textures.
The case weighs only 42 grams and adds just about 2mm of thickness to your iPhone.
Those who’re worried that this might protect the phone from damage, but what about the screen? Well, the designers surely thought this through as the screen is also protected via a raised front lip which doesn’t let the screen hit the ground or feel the brunt of the impact.
The Limitless iPhone case is available for $34 in the US, UK and Hong Kong. The company will also be delivering its product worldwide, but that will incur a shipping charge over the $34 price tag, depending on your location.
The case has been made for iPhone 6, 6s, 7 and 6+, 6s+, 7+. You’ll even be provided with a wall mount unit for your case, which will help you dock the device near charging ports, making it easier and more accessible.
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