Keep your phone safe from bumps, scratches and smashes with these cases
10 October 2013 12:42am
SUKI FOR PHONE BY COVERT
Covert have dozens of beautiful iPhone cases but the Suki stands out as smart with its luxurious velvety lining and moulded gel inside.
INCASE IPHONE 5 SNAP CASE
Incase have something of a monopoly over the iPhone case market. They’re well produced but pricey for what they are.
Maximise space in your pockets by combining your phone and wallet. This folding case has plenty of slots for credit cards as well.
GRIFFIN SURVIVOR CASE
This may not be the best looking case in the world, but it has been military tested. If you're doing something outdoorsy, look no further.
MICHAEL KORS SMARTPHONE WRISTLET
For the fashion conscious among you there's this luxurious smartphone wristlet from top designer Michael Kors.
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