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Aiming to compete with waterproof but usable iPhone cases like the Lifeproof, Otterbox has announced its Armor Series of cases. The case is designed to protect the phone from submersion for up to 30 minutes as well as 10 foot drops.

Innovative design elements make the OtterBox Armor Series best in class when it comes to protection. Watertight latches, an o-ring seal, port covers and mesh coverings keep water out and allow the Armor Series to tolerate submersions for 30 minutes in up to 6.6 ft. of water. Vents and port covers are made of a non-permeable membrane and protective mesh layer that allows sound to move through while keeping harmful elements out.

The interior and exterior of the case features advanced materials that protect the device from 10 ft. drops. Over-molded bumpers in each corner of the case absorb shock and the high-strength reinforced plastic of the Armor Series can withstand up to two tons of force. Soft interior foam provides a cushioned, custom fit for the device, while the built-in screen protector prevents scratches and damage to the glass display.


The case will ship on February 22 for the iPhone 4/4S and "soon" for the iPhone 5. Otterbox is taking sign-ups for customers who wish to be notified when the case goes on sale.

Top Rated Comments

emanaydin Avatar
151 months ago
Great case for a child; but if you were to own this yourself, g'luck making a child
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Nabby Avatar
151 months ago
idiotproof?

Make something idiot proof and the world will just make a better idiot!
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
needfx Avatar
151 months ago
idiotproof?
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Nuvi Avatar
151 months ago

The case will ship on February 22 for the iPhone 4/4S and "soon" for the iPhone 5.

This is wrong info. According to Otterbox:

"We're proud to announce the Armor Series will be available for purchase on February 22 for iPhone 4/4S and iPhone 5. The Samsung Galaxy S3 availability will be announced in future email communication."
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Vlad33141 Avatar
151 months ago
This case is way too expensive, $99.00 for it,the Lifeproof is cheaper than that. I was hoping that they would have been at a cheaper price.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jim001 Avatar
151 months ago
Where is the float?

If I drop my phone off the side of my boat chances are that its going to be deeper than 6 feet and I am not going to be able to find it if I dive in after it.

What I really need is something like the Lifeproof Life Jacket where it floats on the surface.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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