Batmobile Tumbler iPhone 5 Protective Case

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Although the Dark Knight trilogy has long been concluded, Batman’s Tumbler continues to assert its dominance on the pop culture scene. This time around, DC Comics has decided to license the beloved Batmobile to Crazy Case for this Batmobile Tumbler iPhone 5 Protective Case.

That’s right, the same badass Tumbler that helps protect Gotham City can now provide its services to iPhone users. This highly detailed case is equipped with 6 LED lights, two of which will notify you of an incoming call (great for keeping your phone on silent), and it even comes with a built-in Bat signal. Just hit the button, and out comes a crystal clear projection of the Bat signal. Unfortunately this case isn’t available in time for the holiday season, but it is available for pre-order, and will be released on January 7th 2014. [Purchase]

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