Whether it is a shattered screen or a chipped edge, no consumer wants to deal with the nightmare of fixing a broken device -- especially if the device in question is the newly released iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, or iPhone X. To combat this all too frequent problem, Totallee has developed the world's thinnest case to keep the newest Apple device safe from any bumps, slips, or other accidents.
Since 2013, Totallee has been making iPhone cases that not only help to protect against damage, but do so without adding any extra bulk. In fact, the brand's newest cases for the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X are the world's thinnest, measuring in at just 0.02 inches and weighing just 0.1 ounces. Despite the ultra-thin and lightweight design, the case is highly durable thanks to its innovative polypropylene design, which offers extra-grip to prevent slippage. This means that consumers never have to worry about scratches, nicks, or scuffs damaging their precious new device.
While protection is a top priority when it comes to Totallee cases, this doesn't come at the cost of aesthetics. Indeed, each Totallee case features a sleek, minimalist design that retains the modern aesthetics of the phone. The cases also come in a range of eight solid colors options to match the personal style of every owner.
Best of all, the Totallee cases are available for just $19 each -- which is a small price to pay to keep a brand new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X in perfect condition. For added peace of mind, each case is also backed by a two-year warranty and there is the option to purchase a matching screen protector for just $15 more.
So if you're looking for a way to keep your iPhone 8 looking as new as the day you got it without the need to hide it under a bulky cover, Totallee's ultra-slim cases are the perfect option.
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