Otterbox Launches New Apple Watch Cases

Otterbox, a popular iPhone case manufacturer known for its highly protective cases, today launched the Exo Edge, a new series of cases designed for the Apple Watch.

Priced at $29.95, the cases are available both for the Series 3 and older ‌Apple Watch‌ models and the newer Series 4 and Series 5 models, which have a larger display.


The cases are designed to fit around the bezel of the ‌Apple Watch‌, adding a thick bumper that protects it from damage if the wrist is accidentally hit against something.

Each Exo Edge Case is designed to fit around the Digital Crown, and it covers the Side button on the ‌Apple Watch‌ for additional protection. Speakers on the alternate side are left open, and the back remains uncovered so the heart rate sensor continues to function.

You can use any ‌Apple Watch‌ band with the Otterbox ‌Apple Watch‌ cases, and the cases themselves are available in pink, black, white, and beige.


Exo Edge ‌Apple Watch‌ cases can be purchased from the Otterbox website for $29.95, but there is a 25 percent sale going on right now that drops the price to $22.46.

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1 week ago
Should have launched on April 1st because it’s a joke.
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1 week ago
I’d rather break my watch than use that ?
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1 week ago
I have never understood the point of apple watch cases.
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1 week ago
I think some are missing the point here, I see a lot of ‘ugly and bulky’ comments, which we already know that. But I think for those who actually consider this product, don’t care about the bulky/ugly look, they want to protect the Apple Watch from potential damage pending the type environment they are involved in.

If I had worked in an environment where there’s physical contact with my wrist, this would be the perfect investment for the Apple Watch, no one cares about looks in these types of scenarios.
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1 week ago
I mean, I guess it could technically be worse…



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1 week ago


Sure you would. Talk about a silly thing to say. I almost hope you break your watch now. Karma.

Wishing ill will on someone for rendering an opinion on a benign topic while referring to karma... makes sense.:D
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1 week ago
Kill it with fire. :oops:
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1 week ago


I have never understood the point of apple watch cases.


I thought the same but one of my friends wears an Apple Watch case. I once asked him why he bothered and he said it was because of his job moving things around in a warehouse it gets bumped around a lot. Which is a pretty good reason tbh. So for those people a watch case is needed.
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1 week ago


I have never understood the point of apple watch cases.

Then don’t use one
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I’d rather break my watch than use that ?

Sure you would. Talk about a silly thing to say. I almost hope you break your watch now. Karma.
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I think some are missing the point here, I see a lot of ‘ugly and bulky’ comments, which we already know that. But I think for those who actually consider this product, don’t care about the bulky/ugly look, they want to protect the Apple Watch from potential damage pending the type environment they are involved in.

If I had worked in an environment where there’s physical contact with my wrist, this would be the perfect investment for the Apple Watch, no one cares about looks in these types of scenarios.

Absolutely.... there is a competitor to this case which sells a similar bulky case, which protects the watch very well, as does the Otter case. Bulky and ugly, but it has a purpose in function rather than delicate style and design.

Years back, I had the first watch and back then, there were no cases. I tripped while hunting. I cracked the glass. With about a 1/4" bumper rising from the lens, there is a very likely chance the glass would not have been damaged.

It is definitely a "to each their own". In my situation, I don't care about the looks, but I do want to protect my watch. I appreciate what Otterbox has done.
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