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Snow Lizard – SLXtreme 5 Case

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Snow Lizard’s SLXtreme 5 is an iPhone 5/5S case designed for heavy duty use. The Polycarbonate case is certified with a MilSpec 810G rating, able to withstand falls up to 6.6ft, and is waterproof with a IP-68 rating for depths up to 6.6ft. An integrated 2550mAh battery extends the battery life of the iPhone by 150%, and a rear solar panel allows for emergency trickle charge: approx. 1 hr sun/10min talk. The SLXtreme also features wide camera lens opening, no slip side grips, and an audio and usb charge port.

Available in Orange, Black, Yellow, White, and Hunter Camo.

www.snowlizardproducts.com/cases/13-slxtreme-5-5s-case-iphone-rugged-waterproof-solar-powered-battery

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3 Responses to “Snow Lizard – SLXtreme 5 Case”

  1. Airborne_fister says:

    Snow Lizard. Trying to beat out life proof? Just add a battery and trickle charge? Ok nice features, yet how heavy, and can it still fit in a pocket comfortably. If I’m on the trail how am I going to charge it, via solar panels? Velcro it to the top of my pack? I don’t think so. Seems like a load of bells and whistles in which my lifeproof case does perfectly Also it is smaller, and I can stick it in my pocket. Retrieve it without getting poked by a screw or by a lever for volume control. And what if that little flapper thingy breaks? just my ยข2

  2. Bussaca says:

    Why I phone… This is aimed at a tactical market? The military is Android.. They need to think who their target audience is.. Or they can market toward the yuppy mil-sim crowd.

  3. Marj says:

    I’ve had a Snow Lizard for a year now. I had a Lifeproof prior to this, all for the iPhone 5. I got this case because I cross country ski in the boondocks often. This case has never let me down. It’s literally a beast. It does fit in a pocket comfortably. It’s also ridiculously drop-proof. I’ve had to pry three iPhones out of Lifeproof cases because of a cracked screen. Not pretty. I still do use my LP at home, if I’m lounging by the pool, but when you’re actually outside for days at a time, the SL is by far the way to go.

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