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iGills iPhone Case Dives Deep Underwater

by Range
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I admit that I take my iPhone pretty much everywhere with me, but I draw the line at taking it into water. The iGills case seeks to change this by making your iPhone fully waterproof.

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The iGills SE-35 case isn’t some a flimsy cover, but a fully waterproof case that you can take with you – even on diving expeditions. It’s made out of polycarbonate and will let your iPhone withstand depths of up to 130 feet. There are some buttons that will allow you to use your iPhone underwater, which work in tandem with the iGills’ dedicated app.

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The app will allow you to track your depth, time underwater, and nitrox levels as well as monitoring the temperature of the water you’re in thanks to the case’s own built-in sensors. All this tech doesn’t come cheap, as you’ll have to spend $329.99 to pre-order yours from iGills.

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[via Ubergizmo]

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