iPhone case made of aramid is light as paper but stronger than steel

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You’ve no doubt heard of carbon fiber, but have you heard of aramid? How about kevlar? Kevlar is a trade name for aramid fibers which is short for “aromatic polyamide”. They are lightweight fibers with exceptional strength and thermal stability, making this material a perfect choice for an iPhone case like these new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus cases from Pitaka.

The cases are very thin and weigh less than 10g while remaining scratch resistant and grippy.

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They are available in several colors including the ones you see here.

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Unlike some metal phone cases, the aramid cases cause no interference to WiFi, GPS or your cellular signal.

The Pitaka aramid cases are priced at $47.99 for the iPhone 7 version and $49.99 for the iPhone 7 Plus version. For more info visit ipitaka.com and order one at a discount through Amazon. Also look for our review coming soon.

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  2. Their website has a good article on carbon fiber and aramid fiber cases vs signal attenuation. They know what they are doing.

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