Tuesday, January 24, 2012

OtterBox Teams with the Livestrong Foundation


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If you love your gadgets and want to keep them like new, you owe it to your gadget (and really to yourself) to protect it with an OtterBox.
The OtterBox company has been protecting my precious gear for some time  now, and one of the first things I do when I make a tech purchase is to see if there is an OtterBox case to help keep it from the trauma of the road.  The cases and protective coverings they make can withstand serious abuse, especially their Defender series which allows me to really put my gadgets through some rough times (not always by my choice) and have them come out unscathed.  I have yet to have any damage to anything that OtterBox protects.
So I was excited to see that OtterBox is now making available their Commuter series cases for the iPhone 4S with the Livestrong logo emblazoned on them in their traditional yellow print.  OtterBox is partnering with Livestrong & Radio Shack to make a difference in the lives of those fighting cancer.  It's just one more reason why I think you really need an OtterBox.
Here are a few details from the company website:
We can all do our part.  Everyone knows someone who has fought or is fighting cancer.  You don't' have to be a spectator; you can be a supporter and do something that helps those in need.  There is strength in numbers.  The more who join the cause, the more we can do to help.
Through a partnership with RadioShack we are excited to present a special edition case that proudly supports the LIVESTRONG mission to inspire and empower anyone affected by cancer.  Purchase of the OtterBox Commuter Series LIVESTRONG case will provide funding for RadioShack's $6 million commitment to support LIVESTRONG and the fight against cancer.



  1. Otter box has made new cases for the iphone 4s. The iphone 4 can fit in a case for the 4s, but the 4s cannot fit in the case for the 4.

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  2. Yeah, I tried it and the Otterbox Defender's flaps that go in the ports don't fit in exactly... Beware...