AquaTech AxisGO iPhone X Water Housing

Oct 30, 2018

Category: Gear

If you’re the adventurous type, you’ll need the appropriate smartphone armor for your precious iPhone X or XS. Enter AquaTech’s AxisGo iPhone X Water Housing, an incredible case that gives you the freedom to take your iPhone X wherever your wild spontaneous soul decides to go.

Built for the harshest elements, the waterproof AxisGo will allow you to grab stunning photos and shoot beautiful video underwater in depths down to 33 feet. You can even share your footage instantly with full touchscreen sensitivity. Built from polycarbonate and aluminum, the AxisGo is extremely durable and impact resistant, offering you the highest level of protection for your smartphone. This shock-resistant protective case is designed with an AxisGo Pistol Grip that’s ideal handling, allowing you to swipe, tap, pinch, and zoom naturally. And, this smartphone case is designed to utilize an interchangeable lens port system with anti-reflective and hydrophobic coatings, which you’ll have to pick up separately. Now you can truly take your smartphone anywhere with this rugged shield.

Purchase: $199

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