See-through protection. Extra tough at the corners.
We set out to give you and your iPhone a stylish and modern-looking see-through case that also protects your iPhone if you drop it... even on hard pavement.
To crystal-clear polycarbonate we added tough, resilient TPE rubber edges. We gave it extra at the corners, to give your iPhone impact protection where it needs it most. The result: Survivor Core.
How do we know how protective Survivor Core is?
We designed Survivor Core according to standards set by the U.S. Department of Defense (MIL-STD-810G) for Shock/Drop and Vibration. The standard defines testing that is designed to measure the ability to protect against a drop onto hard pavement, and from the kind of bone-shaking vibration, deadly to electronics, that it might be subjected to if you left it on the floor of your car all day while you negotiate under-construction roads at top speed.
Then we went to an independent testing agency. They performed tests based on these military standards: they repeatedly dropped an iPhone wearing a Survivor Core case onto a concrete floor from a height of 6 feet. They subjected it to 18 hours of vibration, from 20 to 20000 cycles per second.
Survivor Core performed. Beautifully.
Will your iPhone in a Survivor Core case ever have to withstand the conditions in these military-grade tests? Probably not. But, if Survivor performs this well in our tests, imagine your peace of mind every time you have to take a phone call in a parking lot.
Crystal-clear polycarbonate shell protects the back of your iPhone
Tough TPE rubber at edges and corners absorbs impacts
Port for back camera
Edges molded for secure grip
Open ports for easy access to connectors and controls
Rubber button covers protect without limiting functionality
Streamlined shape fits easily in your pocket or purse
Designed to withstand a drop to a concrete floor from a height of 6 ft (higher than you will probably ever drop it from while standing)
Engineered to protect against 18 hrs of bone-shaking vibration, from 20 to 2000 cycles per second (imagine leaving your iPhone on the floor of your car while you drive all day on the roughest roads)