I've dropped my phone multiple times in my Crucial Bumper case, and my phone is still in perfect condition!
(PRWEB) April 20, 2015
“Verus” was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly Tech Report, which features the latest and coolest technology products available to consumers. Scott Steinberg, a technology expert and special reporter for NewsWatch, conducted the review and shared with viewers how Verus makes smartphone cases for a variety of purposes.
According to CNET, at least a quarter of iPhone users had a shattered screen in 2013. It’s unfortunate that smartphones break so easily, but at least they can be protected. Verus, a Korean company, creates phone cases for all kinds of smartphones. These cases are functional, but they are also good-looking and protective.
They create quite a few cases, but the Damda Slide and the Crucial Bumper are two that standout. The Damda Slide is their flagship product and most popular case. Its unique design allows the user to slide the back off the case and fit cases like IDs and credit cards. The case is very convenient for a night out on the town, or for someone who doesn’t particularly like carrying a wallet or purse. The Damda Slide comes in 4 colors: champagne gold, satin silver, dark silver, yellow and red. So, there’s a case for any type of user. It’s currently available for iOS and Android devices on Amazon for $20.
The next case is for someone who wants extra protection on their phone. The case is called the Crucial Bumper and it is the newest line from Verus. The Crucial Bumper is two layers of additional protection. There’s the TPU and polycarbonate, so it’s comfortable to hold and extremely protective. This case is available is 8 colors: champagne gold, silver, dark silver, red, yellow, and the cotton candy series – mint, pink and purple. The Crucial Bumper is available for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus on Amazon for $19.99.
To learn more about the Verus cases, visit http://veruscase.com/ today.
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