OtterBox Armor Series for iPhone 5 offers ultimate protection and easy installation

OtterBox Armor Series for iPhone 5 offers ultimate protection and easy installation

Summary: OtterBox makes some fantastic protective cases and their most comprehensive coverage ever is now provided in the Armor Series. I like that it is also very easy to use with your iPhone 5 too.

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    OtterBox logo on the back

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    Armor Series in hand

    I didn't want to risk my expensive iPhone 5, but I did place dry tissue paper in the case and kept it submerged in 6 inches of water for several hours without seeing any sign of leaks. I doubt many people want their phone submerged for a long period of time, but dips in water should be survivable with this case.

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    Armor Series in the rocks

Topics: Mobility, Apple, iPhone, Reviews, Smartphones

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  • What is this iphone case article day?

    At least this one has a good case, if waterproofing is needed.
    everss02
  • How is the audio and ringer levels

    I have a sturdy Griffin Survivor case. its quite good, but the case muffles the ringer and unless i use bluetooth or another handsfree device, the case makes it hard for me to hear others and them hear me.
    Spaztic888
  • If you put a case over your phone's case...

    ... you're a fool.

    Doesn't prayer protect phones from damage? Why use a case?
    qwetry