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OtterBox Defender Series Case for iPhone 5/5s

OtterBox Case for iPhone 5/5s

460+ bought
C$119.99
No Longer Available

Highlights

Case earned a spot on PCMag.com’s Best iPhone 5 Cases 2013 list with its nearly indestructible, multilayered construction

Product Details

“OtterBox” is a registered trademark of Otter Products, LLC


OtterBox Defender Series Case for iPhone 5/5s

OtterBox’s nearly indestructible Defender series encases your iPhone 5/5s in multiple layers of protection. A high-impact polycarbonate shell forms a rigid outer casing, which floats atop an inner shell cushioned with memory foam. This layered construction provides excellent impact absorption. An integrated screen protector prevents scratches from marring the display and deflects dust, dirt, and woodpeckers confused by forest wallpapers. The holster pulls double duty as a clip for transport and a kickstand for hands-free viewing.

  • Multilayered case for iPhone 5 (not included)
  • On PCMag.com’s Best iPhone 5 Cases 2013 list
  • Defends against drops, shock, and dust
  • High-impact polycarbonate shell, like those on racing snails
  • Inner shell with memory-foam cushioning
  • Integrated screen protector
  • Clip holster doubles as a kickstand
  • Outer slip cover
  • Access to most functions
  • Will not work with iPhone 5s touch I.D. feature
  • One-year warranty from OtterBox
  • Dimensions with holster: 5.42” (L) x 3.15” (W) x 1.36” (H)
  • Weight: 4oz.

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Ships within Canada only. Most orders are delivered within 7 business days from the purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. See return policy. Must provide name and shipping address at checkout, which will be shared to facilitate shipping. Price includes all duty and excise taxes. Applicable GST/HST tax added at checkout. How is the strike-through price determined?