Campad Electronics Releases iPhone 11 Pro Otterbox Defender Cases

The Otterbox range of cases for the iPhone 11 Pro are now available. Those looking to buy a rugged, tough, drop proof case are now able to purchase iPhone 11 Pro Otterbox Defender cases from Campad Electronics. Read on for all the details.

Capalaba, Australia - October 18, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Customers looking for the latest phone cases are now able to purchase iPhone 11 Pro Otterbox Defender Series cases from Campad Electronics. Today Paul, from Campad Electronics releases details of Otterbox’s new Defender case for the iPhone 11 Pro. The 2019 iPhone Pro by Apple is the newest iteration in the iPhone line up along with the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Pro max. The iPhone has developed a market leading following with phone users around the world.

This newly designed case has been designed specifically for the new 2019 iPhone 11 Pro and includes:

The new case provides rugged protection for the phone and it is ideal for tradesmen and everyday people who work in tough environments. This is great news for the consumer as the Otterbox Defender case provides heavy duty protection against drops, dust and damage without taking away from the usability of the phone’s features.

In order to deliver these high levels of protection the new Defender case features multi layer protection and is built from a high-impact resistant polycarbonate shell and a durable silicone slipcover, making this cover one of the toughest on the market.. This is an integral part of the product and has been included by Otterbox to provide phone protection in the harshest of environments. iPhone 11 Pro owners who buy these cases are sure to enjoy this feature because this Defender Series case combines ultra-tough layers to guard the phone against serious drops, dust and dirt, scrapes and bumps.

The new screenless Defender Series is designed for specifically the iPhone 11 Pro’s screen.​ These cases have been designed for a perfect fit with Alpha Glass screen protectors.

The new case has port covers that cover the charging port and other ports and block dirt, dust and lint from getting into jacks and ports.

The Otterbox cases are available in a range of colours, there is a colour for everyone.

Paul, when asked about iPhone 11 Pro Otterbox Defender case said:

“The Defender Series case provides rugged protection and gives total confidence to do more. The new screenless case is specifically designed for the iPhone 11 Pro’s screen. Combining a solid internal shell with a resilient outer slipcover, this case will protect and deflect everyday accidents.”

This is one of Campad Electronics’s many releases of new products and they are particularly excited about this release because this case provides protection against drops, dust and damage without taking away from the usability of the phone’s features.

Those interested in learning more about the business can do so on the business website at

Those interested in purchasing can go directly to the iPhone 11 Pro product page, here:

Contact Info:
Name: Paul Alick
Email: Send Email
Organization: Campad Electronics
Address: 26 Keith Street, Capalaba, Queensland 4157, Australia
Phone: +61-7-3245-2008

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88926175

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