LifeProof today announced the expansion of its FRĒ Power case line to the iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6s Plus, marking the debut of the company's first waterproof battery case for Apple's larger-screened iPhones.

The IP-68 rated FRĒ Power is a fully waterproof iPhone case that's submersible to 2 meters for up to an hour. In addition to being waterproof, it's able to keep the iPhone safe from dirt, snow, dust, and damage from accidental drops. It's able to survive a drop from as high as 2 meters, or 6.6 feet, and the screen protector will keep the display free from scratches.

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Inside the FRĒ Power, there's a 3,200 mAh battery that should give the iPhone 6s Plus approximately one full charge. It includes auto-stop charge and rapid recharge technology to maximize extra battery life. Available in "Blacktop Black" and "Base Jump Blue," the FRĒ Power's design keeps the iPhone protected but leaves the cameras, buttons, and Touch ID fingerprint scanner available for use.

"LifeProof continues to defy the limits of possibility with smartphones," said LifeProof President and CEO Pete Lindgren. "FRĒ Power for iPhone 6s Plus takes Apple's large form-factor device on bigger, better adventures with double the battery capacity and our award-winning four-proof protection against the elements."

According to LifeProof, the FRĒ Power for iPhone 6s Plus will soon be available for purchase from the LifeProof website. It will retail for $149.99.

Top Rated Comments

BeyondtheTech Avatar
106 months ago
Perfect timing, LifeProof, you had over a year to get this released, since you had nearly the same form factor with the 6 and 6 Plus. This will be good for another 6-7 months until the next design.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
MaulRx Avatar
106 months ago
....but the phone is so pretty naked......
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Swampthing Avatar
106 months ago
Can you please tell me why would you need waterproof phone unless you live on the beach and you are constantly drunk
There is this thing called rain...
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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