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Meet The New Survivor iPhone 13 Case Lineup

The Survivor cases are made with recycled materials and tested to military standards.

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As consumers look to purchase one of the sleek new iPhone 13 devices, it is no surprise they will also want a case to protect their hefty investment. California-based Survivor a designer, and pioneer of rugged device protection has just unveiled its new iPhone 13 Case Lineup, highlighted by the new All-Terrain Earth, the first reverse-engineered sustainable rugged case. Made with recycled materials, the Survivor cases for the iPhone 13 range are both eco-friendly and ultra-protective against drops, dings, dust, and more, so consumers can tackle their everyday activities and adventures without the fear of damaging their device along the way.

“We are excited to offer advanced protection for our customers and the planet with Survivor’s new iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max cases,” said Brian Stech, CEO of Survivor. “The new flagship All-Terrain Earth case is the embodiment of what Survivor stands for – strong, sustainable, and ready to take on any journey. Survivor provides the durable, rugged protection your device needs so you can focus on living in the moment.”

In addition to the All-Terrain Earth, the Survivor Strong, Clear, Endurance, and Endurance for MagSafe cases are also now available for the iPhone 13 devices. Designed to meet or exceed Military Standards (MIL-STD-810G), the Survivor classic cases are equipped with up to 14-feet of drop protection and made with almost completely recycled materials. Each case features an enhanced textured grip for a strong hold, and industry-leading raised edge bezels for screen protection. Additionally, each case is 5G, MagSafe, and wireless charging compatible. Another sustainability enhancement is packaging made with recycled materials, and a partnership with Close the Loop USA to provide consumers with an end-of-life solution for their used phone case. Regardless of the brand, customers can now recycle their used case, helping to reduce the number of products going to landfills each year.

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