Perfect Fit TPU Gel Silicone Bumper Case Cover For iPhone 5 & 5S - Clear White
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- Frosted Clear White TPU Gel Silicone Bumper Case
- Use you phone without removing it from case, Solve the signal / reception problem in iPhone
- Fits perfectly on your device. Non Slippery Hard Silicone for better protection
- Precise cuts for easy and quick access to all controls/ports
- Clear Sides & Frosted Back - As shown in the Image
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This is TPU gel case perfectly fits on back and sides of your iPhone 5/5S. This case is made of high quality, flexible and durable material to protect your phone from rough and tough daily usage. The edges are raised which sits nicely on the collar (edges) of your screen and gives extra protection to the LCD.
FREE Screen Protector for iPhone 5 is included
Compatible with: iPhone 5, iPhone 5S
*Please note 'PHONE' is not included in this sale. Mobile Phone is used in the image is for illustration purpose only
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It arrived quickly and it looks like what's in the photo. I've accidentally dropped my phone a few times and it hasn't broken.Published 17 months ago by Joy
Quick delivery perfect fit looks amazing orderd two definitely will be ordering morePublished 20 months ago by barry lane
This is just perfect for me. I don't want a fancy-pants case. Just something to help protect it from bumps & scrapes. This does the trick & looks very nice too.Published 22 months ago by Mrs. G. K. Rosemurgey
This protector was quite nice when is arrived but after a while the white colour get becoming an ugly yellow despite of wash and clean it...Published on 2 Mar. 2014 by Joseph Kota
not a good fit and qulity, not as clear as in the pictures (in fact barely transparent and / or white at all)Published on 29 Oct. 2013 by Sandis Grzibovskis