Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 10, 2013
According to Otterbox's website, the Armor Series, their most protective case for the iPhone 5, withstands a 10 ft. drop to concrete. How does that compare with the iGear Tough Case?
Yes, there have been plenty of drop tests done at ‘normal’ heights, 3-feet from your pocket, 6-feet from your ear, or even 10-feet in the air just for kicks. But no one in their right mind was ever crazy enough to throw a shiny new 64GB iPhone 5 from a second-floor window 32-feet down to a concrete driveway. Unless the phone is wearing the right protection, that is. Watch a video of the ultimate iPhone 5 drop test.
The iPhone 5 Tough Case offers multi-layer protection using a combination of (1) an outer soft rubber shell, (2) an inner polycarbonate hard case, and (3) a front screen protector lens. This case is supremely shock absorbent and withstood a drop test from a second-floor window, free falling 32-feet onto a concrete driveway, without even a scratch! Since all buttons and ports are tightly sealed, the Tough Case provides rain and splash protection, while giving the user full access at the same time. The included ratcheting belt holster also functions as a convenient kickstand for movie watching.
“iGear’s Tough Case is built like a tank and offers hands-down the best iPhone 5 protection in the industry,” says Jimmy Sun, president of iGearUnlimited.com. “To put my money where my mouth is, I threw my own iPhone 5 in the Tough Case out of a second-floor window, to demonstrate to our customers its unprecedented durability.”
The iGearTough Case offers unmatched protection for the iPhone 4, 4S, 5, the iPad 2/3/4, and iPad Mini. While Otterbox’s most rugged Armor case is advertised to have been drop tested at 10 feet, the Tough Case’s 32 feet drop offers more than 3 times the protection.
For a limited time only, and while supplies last, the company is partnering with Amazon.com and offering the Tough Case at 50% off, or as low as $19.99 each. Click here for the company’s Amazon.com store.
iGearUnlimited.com is powered by Sunrise Digital, an Inc. 5000 company established in 1988 and employs the most advanced equipment and technology, such as G7-certified HP Indigo and UV flatbed presses, and digital die-cutting, to create best-in-class products. A privately-owned enterprise, the company is based in Chicago and sells products worldwide.