First iPhone Waterproof Case With .25mm Thickness And Priced Below Twenty
Switching to a waterproof case for your iPhone traditionally means adding extra silicon weight to your smartphone, but folks at Gooma does not believe in the logic as they have just unveiled first waterproof iPhone case that is only 0.25mm thick. The iPhone case called “Case Marine” from Gooma provides you with the option to take your iPhone 32 ft below water if you ever do by will or freak accident.
This new iPhone case is made up of polyurethane a kind of polymer along with an acrylic cover for the Screen. Once covered the iPhone touchscreen does respond to taps and touches, however, the headphone jack and the 30 pin port are blocked.
This implies that at least one time each day you would need to remove the covering to be able to charge your iPhone, and also the super tight helps make the task a little difficult, a minimum of throughout the very first couple of tries. A Gooma representative said that, with more experience, you need to have the ability to do that within 5 seconds.
The seal is licensed by Japanese standards, and may safeguard your device up to and including depth of 32 ft. The .25mm thickness is virtually no significant contribution towards the iPhone’s thickness of 9.3mm, meaning other cases may be used on the top from the Case Marine.
Currently, the case is available to consumers in Japan only, but you can try it out on eBay. You can also check for updates by clicking over the link given at the end of this post. The basic version of the iPhone waterproof case will cost you only $15, while the top model is priced at $38.