Gresso case protects the iPhone 6 from bending

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If you’re a new iPhone 6 owner who is worried about your brand new phone bending from carrying it in your pocket. My first advice is to not carry the phone in your front or back pocket and then sit down. But if you must do this, consider the new Gresso iPhone 6 case. The Gresso is made of CNC machined aluminum that features not only bumper style protection around the edges of the phone, but it also has a 2mm solid back cover that will enhance the rigidity from 70 lbs to 300 lbs of force required to bend the phone. This case has a unique clamshell design with a hinge and magnetic closure that doesn’t require tiny screws like a lot of metal bumper cases already on the market.

The Gresso will be available in October in black, silver and gold anodized aluminum versions for $90 and luxury versions made of grade 5 titanium with 18K yellow or white gold with prices that start at $2,000. No, that wasn’t a typo… More info can be found at http://www.gressomiami.com/.

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  • Andrew Baker September 29, 2014, 11:07 am

    If I was the type of person that had $2,000 laying around for a phone case, I probably would also have money to have a phone monkey to carry my phone for me and shell me walnuts.

  • Jason September 29, 2014, 8:15 pm

    Just tell the consumers that there is an object inside smartphones that could set their butts or crotch on fire or leak very caustic materials into their clothing or onto skin if they bend it too much.

    Oh wait…

  • Truffol September 30, 2014, 2:23 am

    Looks to me like some major signal interference on the back…But the hinge design is pretty cool

  • Joseph September 30, 2014, 7:47 pm

    i’m one of the few who purchased a titanium Gresso case for my IPhone 5s. Beautiful design and craftsmanship. Terrible degradation of wifi and LTE signals (about 1/3 each). I wonder if Gresso has even tried to account for signal strength?

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