The market is not lacking of iPhone case, but hey, who will be turned off by a “high-tech” option such as the ExoArmor Magnesium iPhone Case? Wait. Magnesium highly flammable? Like, seriously flammable? Yes. It is, but the folks over at ExoArmor applied Xponential’s patented surface coating technology – the same stuff found on motorcycle mufflers – ensuring it will no go up in flames.
On top of that, ExoArmor also receive a space-age nanotechnology coating which the company claims that, unlike other metal iPhone cases, won’t interfere with any signal. ExoArmor also touts a proprietary protection technology called ShokProtek that combines the unique X-Back design with advanced impact analysis and tough carbon fiber bumper, enabling it to sustain the impact of “at least 4 (1.2 meters)” of drop.
The combination of magnesium alloy, along with carbon fiber (yes, it also has that) bumper and the barebone X-Back design also bring about another boon: a featherweight light case. A couple of other notables include a raise front lip to protect the device when falling face down and a 100 percent screw-free design for easy installation and removable. In a world where every case looks like every case, it is a refreshing change to see a minimal case that not only looks sleek and still provide the protection required.
ExoArmor Magnesium iPhone Case is on Kickstarter where it hope to raise 10,000 Canadian money (or about US$7,516) to fund its production. If you are keen, you can help make it a reality by backing the campaign. A pledge of 45-95 CAD (around US$34-72) will secure you a unit – if the campaign gets funded in the next 20 days or so. If that happens, expect delivery to happen as soon as October 2019.
Images courtesy of ExoArmor Case.
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