Keep iPhone crack-free with Speck's clear case [Cult of Mac giveaway]

Last chance! Win a MagSafe-compatible Perfect-Clear case from Speck [Cult of Mac giveaway]


Presidio Perfect-Clear iPhone 12 case
Speck's most protective iPhone case yet.
Photo: Speck

You know that feeling of dread when you drop you iPhone for the hundredth time? As you slowly pick it up and pray that it’s not cracked, you remind yourself, “I need a better case.” Well, here’s your chance. This week’s giveaway is for a Speck Presidio Perfect-Clear Compatible with MagSafe case, worth $50. It’s Speck’s most protective clear case yet.

Show off your iPhone and keep it crack-free by entering this week’s giveaway. Enter and you could win one of four Presidio Perfect-Clear Compatible with MagSafe cases.

Presidio Perfect-Clear Compatible with MagSafe case

With its slim, perfectly clear design, the Presidio Perfect-Clear Compatible with MagSafe is Speck‘s most-protective case to date. The Presidio Perfect-Clear Compatible with MagSafe case harbors special impact-defeating technology that cushions and protects your iPhone from falls up to 13 feet. It also comes with raised bezels to protect the screen and the camera bump from calamitous face-down drops.

Made with Speck’s Perfect-Clear coating, the Presidio Perfect-Clear Compatible with MagSafe case shows off your iPhone perfectly without compromising clarity. Speck’s special coating prevents discoloration and won’t turn a nasty yellow like some competitors’ cases do. Speck is so confident in its Presidio Perfect-Clear Compatible with MagSafe case that the company will replace it for free if it doesn’t stay perfectly clear.

The $49.95 Presidio Perfect-Clear Compatible with MagSafe case also packs an anti-microbial Microban coating that keeps your iPhone from becoming a total germ magnet. (Speck says it reduces bacterial growth on iPhones by 99%.)

The Presidio Perfect-Clear Compatible with MagSafe case is compatible with all MagSafe accessories for seamless wireless charging. It’s available for iPhone 12/iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. (Sorry, iPhone 12 mini owners.)

About Speck

Speck began creating award-winning cases in 2001. Based in the heart of Silicon Valley, the company makes protective products for smartphones, tablets, laptops, watches and backpacks. The Speck team is made up of smart and inventive people who take pride in making products that fit your devices and also your lifestyle.

Speck’s mission is to offer optimal protection without compromise. It does this with beautiful design, slim lines and military-grade protection.

Join #TheStickerProject

Speck also knows that the iPhone can be a lifesaving tool. This is why the company teamed up with Crisis Text Line to create the The Sticker Project, which offers a lifeline to anyone in crisis. The idea is to place stickers with the text number for the Crisis Text Line in the bathrooms of schools, libraries, recreational centers and malls — anywhere people in need can easily see the stickers. The Crisis Text Line offers free, 24/7 text-based support to get the texter to a calm and safe place.

If you also want to support the Crisis Text Line, you can order a free pack of stickers from Speck.

Enter to win a Presidio Perfect-Clear Compatible with MagSafe case

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Presidio Perfect-Clear Compatible with MagSafe case

Contest open to residents of the United States only. iPhone is not included. Contest ends at 11:59 p.m. PDT on July 18, 2021. See Terms and Conditions for more information about the giveaway.

We originally published this post on July 12, 2021.

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