OtterBox NFL Defender Cases Now Available For Some Devices

OtterBox is a well-known consumer electronics accessory manufacturer based in Colorado, US. The company has been making cases for all sorts of consumer electronics gadgets for quite some time now, and the vast majority of them are made for all sorts of smartphones. OtterBox tends to release all sorts of cases for a number of smartphone brands out there, from water and shock resistant cases, all the way to drop resistant and regular smartphone cases. That being said, the company has just announced that their NFL Defender series cases are available, read on.

As the name says, OtterBox has released NFL Defender series cases for every NFL team out there. The company has unveiled Defender cases with 32 different NFL team logos for the Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy S6, Motorola DROID Turbo and the iPhone 6. "Our case designs go through a gauntlet of tests so they can take on drops, hits, bumps and scratches. When you suit up your smartphone in the NFL Defender Series, you don't have to wait for gameday to show your team pride or worry about fumbling your phone as you scramble to look up fantasy league stats," said OtterBox President and CEO, Pete Lindgren.

OtterBox's Defender Series cases sport three-layers of protection, and the company has also added that they intensively test these cases before they actually release them. These specific cases were submitted to 24 different tests, and were tested for a minimum of 238 hours in the OtterBox Certified Drop+ Protection program, says the company. This case is meant to guard your smartphone from dust, fumbles, scratches and drops. That being said, these cases are already available directly from OtterBox (source link down below), or you can get them via a number of retail locations for $64.95, while they're priced at $59.95 on OtterBox's official website. If you're interested to check out how these cases look like, take a look at the gallery down below, we've included a couple of shots of Galaxy S6 wearing one of OtterBox's NFL Defender cases.

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