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Limited-edition iPhone case takes you back to 1969 moon landing [Cult of Mac giveaway]


Taking a step back to 1969 when history was made
This very special giveaway will take two winners back to a very important date in the history of space exploration.
Photo: Pitaka

We joined forces with Pitaka this week for an exciting giveaway that will take you over the moon. Two lucky winners will score big with the ultra-cool Moon Wondering MagEZ Case for iPhone 14 Pro or 14 Pro Max. This limited-edition iPhone case is totally sold out, so this is your last chance to get one.

This Moon Wondering Kit is worth $89.99 and it comes with a bunch of goodies — a MagEZ Moon Wondering iPhone Case, a MagEZ Grip and a special Moon Wondering coin. Talk about a package deal!

Moon Wondering MagEZ iPhone case giveaway

Here’s the scoop on this snazzy iPhone case. It dropped on July 21 to celebrate the day Neil Armstrong made history by landing on the moon. It’s no moon rock, but putting this limited-edition case on an iPhone is still like holding a piece of history in your hands.

Pitaka made only 999 units, and guess what? They’re all snatched up — completely sold out. But don’t despair! There’s still a chance to get your hands on one in this fantastic giveaway. We’re giving away of one each for iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. (Be sure to enter the proper giveaway below.)

Plus, each of those 999 units is one of a kind, thanks to the unique product numbers on the camera ring. So, this week’s prize is not just a case, it’s your own individual piece of moon-inspired magic.

MagEZ iPhone cases are tough, like getting to the moon

The Moon Wondering MagEZ iPhone case from Pitaka. The case bears the phrase, "The first step."
Pay tribute to the moon landing with this limited-edition iPhone case.
Photo: Pitaka

Get ready to meet the MagSafe marvel — a case that’s not just slim and light, but practically weightless at 20 to 30 grams. It’s like a second skin for your iPhone, giving it all-around defense at a mere 1.35mm thickness. Wrapped in military-grade aramid fiber, making this the ultimate case that’s gonna stick around for years to come.

Aramid fiber is the superhero of durability and scratch resistance, making it the ideal match for your everyday hustle. This stuff is so tough that it outlasts even steel and aluminum.

But let’s talk style. This baby was crafted using a pixel art technique, kind of like putting together a cool mosaic. Each individual pixel plays a role in forming an epic spacecraft image. Thanks to Fusion Weaving and jacquard weaving magic, those bold-colored blocks come together on the aramid fiber canvas, creating a mind-blowing pattern that’s just out of this world.

Prize package includes a MagEZ grip and

Thin (4.3 mm) and light (27 grams), the MagEZ grip is a

The MagEZ grip also bears a matching “Moon Wandering” logo. And the prize bundle is completed with a commemorative coin marking the moon landing anniversary.

About Pitaka

Founded in Shenzhen, China, Pitaka dedicates itself to ecologically aware manufacturing of cases for iPhones and other devices. The company experiments with different material technologies and recycling, especially reusing material from larger products to manufacture smaller ones.

To further its green manufacturing goals, Pitaka is building its first material sustainability lab in Shenzhen. The lab works to develop materials made from bio-based fibers rather than oil-based ones.

Enter to win Pitaka limited-edition Moon Wondering kit for iPhone 14 Pro or 14 Pro Max

Limited edition Moon Wondering iPhone 14 Pro Case Giveaway

Limited edition Moon Wondering iPhone 14 Pro Max Case Giveaway

Note: This giveaway does not include any Apple products. Entries close at 11:59 p.m. Pacific on August 16, 2023. See Terms and Conditions for more information about the giveaway.


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