Gray Advent Aurora Titanium iPhone X Case

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Gear

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Just last month we witnessed the release of Apple’s dazzling new iPhone X. Needless to say, protecting a phone of this caliber shouldn’t be taken lightly. So if you’re planning on pre-ordering yours today, we suggest taking a look at the incredibly strong yet beautiful Gray Advent Aurora iPhone Case.

Built from a solid block of aerospace grade 5 titanium that’s then machined into its signature design, each Aurora cases is a sheer work of art in and of itself. After the Aurora gets machined, Gray’s team of master craftsmen individually hand-torches the material to give each piece a shimmering finish. It’s this very process that makes each case unique in design and provides the Aurora with a seamless friction fit that protects your iPhone while keeping its best features visible to the eye. Also available in stealth, gold, and rose gold editions.

Purchase: $1,295

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