Ruggedized Heavy Duty Weather-proof iPhone 4/4S case with built in wrench, bottle opener, and kickstand tools
Suit for climbing ski surfing hiking camping BBQ geocaching Hunting Fishing and other outdoor sports, construction workers handyman
This Extreme Protection System includes the iPhone case, carabiner, utility tool (with built in wrench, bottle opener, and kickstand), screen shield, and water-resistant pouch.
It Secure Protection with screw-on case provides high impact resistance
Drop Prevention added carbiner hole prevents loss or drop
Rugged Design sporty yet sophisticated look works throughout the day
Engineered Materials tested to handle standard drop test
Protection added screen shield to protect against dings and scratches
One opportunity was the need for a well-designed ruggedized product. This case is a rugged case for people with extreme occupations and lifestyles such as rock climbers, mountain bikers, construction workers, police, firemen and the military. The hoop feature was developed to provide an easy grab point and a failsafe way of securing your device. A tool is included to screw the case together. The tool also doubles as a stand for media sharing. For added reinforcement, the case is constructed from two rubberized plastic parts that are locked together with screws. The case includes a utility tool that is used to screw the case together.
The cases are both made of matte-finished plastic, the back half of which is lined with a thin, soft foam. Once your iPhone has been sandwiched between the two pieces, screws at each of the corners and right in the middle of the long sides are tightened, locking your device in place. It’s designs are somewhat like Lunatik’s Taktik, although the Extreme Protection Systems are far less bulky. When a case is fully assembled, the back of the iPhone is completely covered except, for the iSight camera.
Edges are equally well-protected: there’s an opening for the side switch and a flip-open cover for access to the ports on the bottom, but the volume and Sleep/Wake buttons are protected by raised plastic that’s been painted to look like metal. Thick or curved headphone plugs might not fit the port because of how deeply recessed it is, although all the Lightning cables—not adapters—released so far should go in without an issue.