Liang’s Shock Absorbing Case Best Heavy Duty Dual Layer Tough Cover for Apple iPhone 6 , iPhone 6s (4.7)



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the high Pro Shield combines quality construction with pragmatic

features and elegant design | great for any occasion: the high Pro

Shield Series case is comfortable in any environment, whether it’s a

Black tie event or a trip to the store | feel confident in your fashion

sense wherever you go-at least when it comes to your case | having

your Cake (and eating it, too): No longer care about form over

function | the high Pro Shield provides the perfect mix of both,

supplying both safety and looks in a singular, thin and light Package |

installation: separate the soft, TPU layer from the PC bumper before

installing | insert your iPhone 6/6S device into the TPU layer before

fitting both into the metal frame | it’s a quick and easy process that’s

painless and straightforward.

An Apple iPhone 6/6S case designed for you: refined, functional, and practical, the high Pro shield Series case fully complements the iPhone 6/6S and lets the phone’s natural beauty shine unhindered
Full degree of protection: covers all four corners and includes raised edges and a TPU lip to keep the screen from scratching or touching the ground
Snug fit: engineered to emphasize thinness without compromising Phone security. Precise cutouts give you full access to ports, and sensitive button covers allow responsive presses
Impact-resistant Dual layers: constructed from high-grade TPU and polycarbonate, a soft, rubbery inside layer cushions the iPhone 6/6S from drops, while the hard, tough, outer layer encases the Device to shield from more serious collisions
Brushed-metal look: gives off a premium vibe without compromising signal Quality. Available in multiple colors for electronics enthusiasts of all stripes


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