Big, bright, and yellow, the Tech21 Submariner case will stand out wherever you take it. It's not quite portable, but the extra bulk means extra protection. Read full review
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The front of the Submariner case folds down. Then, you can slide your phone inside with the required Impact Band. Read full review
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Once you're ready, you can take the whole thing for a swim while continuing to use most of your handset's features. Read full review
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There's an extra compartment in back for money, credit cars, or keys. Read full review
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The Submariner case is built to withstand some torture. Read full review
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The convenient lanyard lets you wear the case around your neck. Read full review
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A rubber seal keeps out the elements. Read full review
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