Brass iPhone Case by Revisit

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

When it comes to protecting our precious iPhones, we want nothing but the best, and the team at Revisit promise just that with their rugged, yet sophisticated Brass iPhone Case.

The bumper case was designed to fit your iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S, leaving both the front and back exposed. The bumper is constructed from both 100% brass and acetal plastic, ensuring your smartphone is protected in the event of an unfortunate accident. Each and every case is crafted right here in the U.S. (Arizona), and if all of that’s not a good enough reason for you to go and buy one, the team at Revisit also pledges to donate 25% of their profits to helping preserve National Parks. They’ve definitely got our support. [Purchase]

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