Cellhelmet Case With One-Year Accidental Damage Cover Comes To iPhone 5


No case offers the same level of protection for your iPhone 5 as the Cellhelmet.
No case offers the same level of protection for your iPhone 5 as the Cellhelmet.

Back in February, I told you about an awesome iPhone 4S case called the Cellhelmet, which comes with one year of accidental damage cover absolutely free. If your iPhone gets damaged while inside the case, Cellhelmet will get it repaired or replaced — all you pay is the handling charge.

Now Cellhelmet’s coming to your iPhone 5.

The case itself has been redesigned for Apple’s latest smartphone, making it significantly thinner than its predecessor. But don’t let its slender form factor fool you; it’s just as durable and as protective, and it comes with the same one-year accidental damage cover you got before.

The case itself is priced at $49.99, and it comes in a range of colors. Sure, that’s a little more than you’d pay for a normal iPhone 5 case, but this isn’t a normal iPhone 5 case. You see, Cellhelmet’s creators are so confident that their case will keep your iPhone protected that if you happen to break it while it’s wearing the case, they’ll repair or replace it for free. All you have to pay is the $50 handling fee.

Cellhelmet’s claim line is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so no matter when the accident happens, you can get help. What’s more, all calls are answered by a real person, and Cellhelmet promises that all repairs will be completed in under three business days.

If you’d like to protect your iPhone 5 with a Cellhelmet, you can order one now from Cellhelmet.com. Shipping will begin on December 31, so just make sure you don’t break your iPhone 5 before then.

Source: Cellhelmet


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