Chicago, USA (PRWEB) January 08, 2013
The iPhone 5 Sidekick Case offers a super slim profile, excellent grip, with a built-in kick-stand that props up the iPhone for movie watching. The case is made of black TPU with deep embossed grip texture on two sides. It protects the phone from all sides and corners, and covers all buttons. With iGear's trademark wrap-around screen lip, the case elevates the phone screen and safeguards it from getting scratched when placed face down. A built-in kick-stand folds flush with the back of the case and pops out easily for the perfect movie-watching angle.
Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) has been considered by many as the perfect material for a phone case, because it offers many useful properties, including elasticity, transparency, and resistance to oil, grease and abrasion. It offers just the right amount of rigidity to protect the phone, and just the right amount of flexibility to buffer any shock. While there are many different styles of cases for iPhone, few offer all these features in one product like the Sidekick Case:
“The Sidekick is my personal favorite,” says Jimmy Sun, president of iGearUnlimited.com. “It keeps my iPhone thin, offers excellent grip, and while I don’t use the kick-stand all the time, it’s nice to know it’s there when I need it.”
The iPhone 5 Sidekick Case is available for order at the company’s web store. Regularly priced at $39.99, it’s on sale for a limited time at only $19.99.
Sunrise Digital, an Inc. 5000 company and a certified G7 Master Printer, started as a 2-color print shop in 1987 and quickly transformed itself into a prepress service bureau in the early 90s to meet the huge demand of desktop publishing. When the Indigo press was introduced in 1996, Sunrise jumped into digital color printing with two TurboStream presses, leading the market with industry’s first 48-hour Turnaround on color print jobs. By 2000, the company invested heavily in large format printing, launching a new department that now accounts for close to 40% of its revenue. Even during the economic downturn of 2009, Sunrise continued its investments in advanced UV flatbed printers, large format digital cutters, bringing new technology to meet the needs of its customers. A privately-owned enterprise, the company is based in Chicago and sells products worldwide.