iPhone 4 Accessories: LifeProof Case: Video

If you own an iPhone 4 you are obviously going to want to protect you iOS device from such things as dust, dirt, and such and you’ll also want to make sure that if you accidentally drop your treasured iPhone 4 into water it will come out unscathed.

Well according to an article over on Digital Trends, the LifeProof case for the iPhone 4 protects your beloved smartphone from just about everything, drops, weather, snow, grime, and apparently protects your device when being submerged in water.

The LifeProof case for the iPhone 4 delivers access to all the functionality of your iPhone and only adds 1.5 millimetres to the handset profile and has been designed to military spec for shock and water resistance up to 2 metres.

And just so you can see for yourself how affective the LifeProof case for the iPhone 4 is, we have some video footage of the case being put to the test courtesy of YouTube user Angieshorez, which can be viewed below.

So if you fancy keeping your shiny iPhone 4 protected, the LifeProof case for the iPhone 4 is available for pre-order from LifeProof.com and commands a price tag of $69.95…enjoy the video.


4 thoughts on “iPhone 4 Accessories: LifeProof Case: Video”

    1. Anonymous says:

      The charges you are referring to are the VAT and Royal Mail taxes in the UK for items imported. LifeProof did not collect these charges. Please don’t misrepresent the truth

      1. iphoneEnthusiast says:

        That is a little sneaky Lifeproof.  You’re still getting the person who orders pay duty that you should deal with.  And your customer service department is appalling at answering e-mail!

  1. FineyoungBuck says:

    Dave….basics. VAT and the Royal Mail Handling Fee are always applied over your personal allowance. Next Time have it adressed to multiple people i.e Fred, John, and Toby Jones. The parcel will then attract 3 x personel alowances which covers the value of your goods. If you can get the shipper to tick the gift box. What I want to know..,is the case Ronseal…does it do what it says on the tin?  

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