iPhone X isn’t just a replacement for your old phone. It’s an attempt to dramatically expand the ways we use our personal devices, bringing augmented reality, facial recognition, wireless charging and more. Buying one is an investment in the future of mobile computing. But at more than $1,000 a pop, it’s a very expensive gadget — and it needs protection.
Considering how much attention went into the iPhone X design, you don’t want to conceal its shape behind a bulky case. Just in time for the latest and greatest iPhone, Totallee’s leather iPhone X case is designed to keep Cupertino’s finest feeling slim, like an iPhone should.
Totallee: The big name in thin cases
Maybe you’ve seen us mention Totallee’s line of iPhone cases before. Since 2013, the company has shown a knack for making affordable protective cases that dress up Apple devices rather than covering them up.
The latest Totallee case is no exception, adding just 0.02 inches of thickness to the iPhone X. The company claims this is the world’s thinnest leather case for Apple’s upcoming flagship device.
Totallee built the case around a thin plastic frame with genuine leather backing, available in black or “mocha” brown. You get a familiar in-hand feel of leather, with a remarkably thin build that lets you enjoy the contours of the phone. The style is minimalistic and free of branding. So you won’t feel like you’re holding something other than an iPhone.
You’ve spent enough on your iPhone
One of the main points worth mentioning about Totallee cases is the price. The company’s new iPhone X case (also available for iPhone 8 and 8 Plus) can be yours for just $29.
By cutting out middlemen and selling directly to consumers, Totallee manages to offer its stylish, high-quality cases at prices that don’t break the bank. Additionally, each case comes backed by a two-year warranty.
If you’ve got an eye on any of the brand new iPhones, you should point your other peeper at Totallee’s iPhone X cases. Their smart design brings a look and feel worthy of an iPhone, protecting Apple’s superb engineering without obscuring it.