Casetify Sheer Impact cases bring cool neon colors to iPhone


Casetify Sheer Impact cases for iPhone
Outstanding protection and brilliantly bright color options.
Photos: Casetify

If you’re already bored of the color you chose for your iPhone — and you have no intention of parting with $699+ for a new alpine green model — pick up one of Casetify’s terrific Sheer Impact cases that come in bright neon colors.

They not only look amazing, but they’re built to be incredibly robust, with a sturdy bumper that protects your precious iPhone from even the toughest tumbles. They’re also made from 50% recycled materials.

Casetify Impact Sheer keeps iPhone protected

Casetify’s proprietary, military-grade “qitech” protection makes its Sheer Impact cases some of the strongest you can buy for iPhone. They are drop-tested from 6.6 feet and reduce impact by an impressive 95%.

And that’s without making your iPhone look like and feel like an old brick. Qitech allows Casetify to keep its cases slim and lightweight — and fully compatible with wireless chargers — while still offering outstanding protection.

A raised edge around the front of the Sheer Impact prevents your iPhone’s display from picking up scratches when you place it face-down, and provides a bumper that helps stops its glass from hitting the ground when you drop it.

The Impact Sheer also boasts Casetify’s Defensify protection — an antibacterial coating that eliminates 99.9% of bacteria.

Get yours from the Cult of Mac Store

But perhaps the best thing about the Sheer Impact are the bright and beautiful color options it comes in. Pick from hot pink, neon yellow, iridescent, peach, and many more for iPhone XR through to iPhone 13 Pro Max.

Order yours from the Cult of Mac Store today from $40.


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