|Price incl. VAT||£61.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£51.58|
Do you intend to go to the extreme environment, and you're worried about your pimped iPhone 6? The Catalyst Waterproof housing do not have to worry about their phone in their wildest conditions.
Are you headed to a place where you'll have to deal with an extreme environment? Are you afraid that your beloved iPhone 6 Plus will get hurt? With Catalyst Waterproof case, you don't need to worry anymore. The convenient design is waterproof to 5 m and meets military standards for drops up to 2 m. A screen protector prevents ugly scratches. The case allows full access to all buttons so that you can enjoy all the functions, the display and the speakers while your phone is perfectly protected. Don't risk — protect your phone in style.
To remain fully protective, the case is made from high-quality materials, including impact resistant polycarbonate, a soft-touch rubber bumper, silicone seals and air & water tight acoustic membranes.
This designer case does not compromise on good looks. The slim waterproof case maintains your iPhone's curves, which you can show off in the transparent housing while keeping the device perfectly safe. The exterior is made from premium non-slip rubber.
Precious little details make the case the best product in the field. You'll appreciate the wrist lanyards ensuring more safety in demanding conditions. One of the best features are the patented rotating crown dial to switch mute on and off and the integrated ultra sensitive non-watermarking screen protector maintaining full access to touchscreen. The airtight waterproof acoustic membranes use True Sound Acoustics technology to transmit sound clearly. The hard coated optical lens doesn't interfere with the camera's operation and it protects it from dirt to allow clear pictures.
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