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Scosche RAILKase Protects iPhones from Impacts

by Range

Who hasn’t dropped their iPhone at least once? While I’m almost paranoid about keeping mine safe, I’ve dropped it on occasion, from modest heights, especially when I’m tired. Thankfully, Scosche’s new case will protect your iPhone from most everyday falls.

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The Scosche RAILKase is a rugged case for your iPhone 4/4S, with an aircraft-grade aluminum rail that will keep the sides of your phone free from scratches. The soft silicone interior is designed to absorb any impact in case of an accidental drop. You can mix and match the side rails with either black or white silicone skins to match your phone.

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The RAILKase is available from Scosche for $59.99 (USD), and is available in black, red, pink, blue or silver.

[via Ubergizmo]




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