Announced at CES, Otterbox has started shipping its newest iPhone case. The Armor claims to be waterproof, dust proof, drop-proof, and crush-proof. For water, it can be fully submerged for up to 2 meters for 30 minutes and withstand a 2-ton rollover. The case closes on the iPhone with heavy duty camps and hinges.
The case features four layers of protection that includes a screen protector, silicone sides and back, and a two layer material case, plus port protectors.
The case is available in black with green highlights for the iPhone 4/4S and black with green, blue, and orange highlights for the iPhone 5. It sells for $99.95.
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