EscapeCapsule iPhone 4 case protects your phone from submersion, hurricanes

With Hurricane Irene hitting the East Coast, most of us are worried about the safety of our loved ones, homes, and valued possessions (in that order). For some, our valued possessions may include our precious iPhone 4s, a device that you’ve learned hard to part with, and a device that cost you between $200 and $300. It’s definitely something you don’t want to get wet if and when you get stuck in a massive rain storm.

Thankfully, there’s an iPhone case in the works that not only will protect your phone from water, but also dirt, and impact. The EscapeCapsule is fully covered and sealed, but the touchscreen is still easy to use, and you can make and receive calls as normal. The cameras are also both unaffected by the case.

Here I would like to introduce some EscapeCapsule from TinyDeal.com.

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