Hello applevis forum
first of all I want to share the information about the case that I got.
I hope the follow description helps to you and get some idea how it looks
What’s ’ in the box
Ballistic Smooth Series Case for iPhone 5
16 bumpers (4 color options)
Plastic / Silicone
2.40 oz / 68 g
Interchangeable Ballistic Corners
Slim design, minimal bulk
Description and details
This case has a particular shape, completely different from others.
The Ballistic Smooth Series Case has a rectangular shape with interchangeable Ballistic Corners
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This is my first review so don't really go hard and start talking about things what went wrong, (because I'm shure nothing went wrong actually) with this review.
Defender case is nice, and contains 3 pieces.
1. the outer part, with the beltstrap. The second rubber case, the third, witch contains the phone and the screenprotector and is made of plastic.
First, getting this stuff opened was a real pain.
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