Show off iPhone 14 with Totallee’s super-thin cases


Totallee's clear cases really show off the handset, like the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Totallee's clear cases really show off the handset, like the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Photo: Totallee

Looking to protect your iPhone 14 without adding any bulk? Right after Apple unveiled the new iPhone 14 series handsets, Totallee offered its new collection of ultra-thin cases, including transparent options that verge on invisibility.

At just 0.02-inches thick, Totallee’s new cases are truly thin. They’re about as close as you can get to not having a case while still adding protection.

Totallee thin cases for iPhone 14 series

Totallee has been making iPhone cases since 2013. It has developed a reputation for minimalism, making thin, sleek cases with no branding.

Cases like Totallee’s iPhone 14 series offerings appeal to folks who want to add some measure of protections for their expensive handset, but don’t want to hide it under heavy layers.

Totallee said in a press release it offers thin cases for  iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, in addition to older iPhone series

You can also get Totallee's iPhone 14 cases in a choice of colors.
You can also get Totallee’s iPhone 14 cases in a choice of colors.
Photo: Totallee

Totallee iPhone 14 series case features:

  • Ultra-thin, super-light design, just 0.02 inches thin and 0.1 ounces in weight.
  • An extra layer of protection features a camera lens “lip” to help protect the camera module.
  • Zero branding — no logos or other embellishments.
  • Available in seven different options including transparent.
  • 2-year warranty

Totallee sells the cases on its site and on Amazon for $39.

Where to buy: Totallee or Amazon


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