Toughest ever Armor Series smartphone cases are waterproof and crushproof too

Those of you looking for the ultimate full-proof protection for Samsung Galaxy S3, iPhone 4/4S and iPhone 5 the Armor Series of cases by OtterBox and AT&T is here. Providing the best protection there ever was for your loved smartphone this case has waterproof, drop proof, dust proof and crush proof properties making sure the external elements never ever damage it. Take it to the shallow waters up to 6.6 feet deep (due to port covers and mesh inlay) for 30 minutes, drop it from a height of 10 feet or put it on the road to endure two tons of crushing force, the iPhone 5 case won’t budge an inch. With zero tolerance for entry of dust particles and patented o-ring technology this case can be deemed as state-of-the-art.

All the vents and ports are made from non-permeable membrane and protective mesh layering so that unwanted elements don’t enter the phone while at the same time not obstructing with the sound input or output while speaking to someone on the phone. The over-molded bumpers on corners, silicone bed, soft interior foam and high-strength reinforced plastic ensure the best protection a case can provide for your Samsung S3, iPhone 5 or iPhone 4/4S.

The case also has built-in screen protector to prevent scratches on glass display and the corrosion-resistant metal latches lock the case in one piece. Armor series iPhone case measures 5.14×2.94×0.82 inches and weighs 120 grams (for iPhone 5) or 263 grams (for iPhone 4/4S). Armor Series cases for your smartphone were revealed at Consumer Electronics Show 2013 (CES 2013) and will be out for purchase for $100 beginning February 22, 2013.

The available color options for the smartphone specific model are:

iPhone 5: Arctic, Neon, Electric Orange
iPhone 4/4S: Neon
Samsung Galaxy S3: Arctic, Neon



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