One of the things that is so appealing for many about the iPhone 5 is the way the smartphone looks. It has a very thin profile and the minimalist, modern design is undeniably cool. This is one reason why many people won't use a case. They might want protection but they don't want something ugly on the outside of their attractive phone.
This is where any case offered by X Geared comes in called the Blade 2. This is an incredibly thin case that is only 0.024 inch thick and made from clear plastic material. The case covers both the front and the back in the iPhone completely protect the screen and more.
The case is designed to leave all ports, speakers, and the camera uncovered for easy access and use. This might not be the most protective case in the world, but it will help your device survive scratches and small drops. The case is available in clear or smoke and can be preordered right now for $24.99 with shipping set for February 14.
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