Otter Products, LLC announces the new Impact Series case for the BlackBerry Bold smartphone from Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq: RIMM). This skin-style case combines durable silicone with impact absorbing features to dissipate impact away from your smartphone with added bump protection.
The OtterBox 1938 Impact Series for the BlackBerry Bold smartphone provides the ideal solution for those looking for less extreme protection. More slim-fit than the Defender Series case line, the new Impact Series skin offers trusted OtterBox protection in just one layer, safeguarding your delicate device from bump and shock.
The 1938 provides open access to the headphone jack, sync/charge jack (mini USB), speakers, microphone, sensors and camera. Side programmable buttons, mute and volume buttons are also accessible through silicone pass through buttons.
“Listening to customer requests for different case options, OtterBox now offers the Impact Series to accommodate the needs of less extreme BlackBerry users,” said Curt Richardson, CEO of Otter Products, LLC. “The Impact Series allows us to reach additional customers by providing another option of recognized OtterBox protection in a sleek design.”
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OtterBox 1938 Impact Series:
- Added protection against bump and shock
- Colors: black
- Dimensions (case only): 4.553″ X 2.765″ X .725″
- Approximate Weight (case only, including layer 1): 0.6 oz (15 grams)
About Otter Products, LLC:
Founded in 1996, Otter Products, LLC is highly respected in the design and production of rugged and semi-rugged cases to safeguard technology and other valuables.
Built upon fundamentals of hard work, creativity and perseverance, Otter Products is the innovator of premier protective solutions for leading global handheld manufacturers, wireless carriers and distributors.
For more information, visit www.otterbox.com or call 888-695-8820. OtterBox, never out of its element!
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