This post on iPhone 11 cases is presented by Totallee.
“This is why we can’t have nice things,” someone once said, realizing they had failed to protect their nice thing. Despite being surrounded by threats — toddlers, dogs, cats, hot coffee, weather, a lack of fine motor skills — they didn’t buy the insurance. They failed to hire security personnel. They didn’t even buy a case for their not-exactly-inexpensive smartphone. Fortunately for you, Totallee already released transparent cases that will protect your new iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max while showing it off. You didn’t spend all that money just to conceal your prized new gadget, did you?
Nothing but a slim, clear iPhone case
The company, which has been producing iPhone cases since 2013, prides itself on its products’ thinness and lack of bulk. Thin and lightweight, in this case (so to speak), means 0.02 inches thick and a tenth of an ounce in weight. That won’t detract much from the sleekness of your new purchase. And for the purist who loathes being a walking advertisement, Totallee cases bear no branding whatsoever. That’s one less thing to worry about, self-image-wise.
Extra camera protection
Speaking of images, Totallee’s new clear cases feature extra protection for your 2019 iPhone’s rear-facing cameras. The basic iPhone 11 comes with two cameras, while the Pro and Pro Max versions pack three.
On each Totallee case, a small lip around the distinctive camera module keeps the lenses safely untouched when the device is placed with the cameras facing down.
Flexible shock absorption
The cases are made of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU). They exhibit the material’s typical characteristics. In addition to transparency, TPU is elastic and resistant to oil, grease and abrasions from bumps and drops.
And what’s clear should stay that way. If you ever owned a transparent case that yellowed over time, you’ll appreciate Totallee’s development efforts to outlast most TPU cases in that regard. These iPhone 11 cases also feature a nearly invisible micro-dot texture that prevents unwanted watermarks on the new phones’ glass backing. The texture also helps you keep your grip on the phone so you don’t drop it. (The case will protect your phone, but the less you drop it the better.)
Add a screen protector
We suggest pairing your new case with Totallee’s seamless, edge-to-edge glass screen protector to ensure additional peace of mind. The screen protector, made from tempered glass, looks like the iPhone’s original screen, making it blend in nicely. It covers the whole screen, and, like the case, it’s practically invisible.
Totallee’s new transparent iPhone cases cost $29. Have a look at the full collection, which includes matte finishes in various colors at the same price point and leather cases for $39. Every case includes a two-year warranty.