Otterbox Defender case for iPhone 5S - Glacier

Otterbox Defender case for iPhone 5S - Glacier

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Otterbox Defender case for iPhone 5S - Glacier

Regular Price: $64.90

Special Price $60.50

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Quick Overview

Suitable for iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S
(Updated version works with finger print sensor)

Rubber plugs cover the main openings of the iPhone 5, including the charging port, headphone jack and volume controls
Full access to all the features and functions of the case, including all buttons, microphone and camera
Three layers of protection include a built-in screen protector, polycarbonate inner shell and rubber outer slipcover
Redesigned holster has a slimmer profile and the belt clip has a smooth ratcheting motion

Two-piece polycarbonate inner layer cushions the iPhone 5
A built-in screen protector prevents scratches and smudges
Rubber outer layer wraps around the inner shell and absorbs impact from drops and bumps

Weight & Dimensions
Weight: 4 oz / 114 g
Dimensions (with holster): 5.42 in. x 3.15 in. x 1.36 in. / 137.67 mm x 79.88 x 34.47 mm
Dimensions (without holster): 5.32 in x 2.75 in x 0.64 in / 135.12 mm x 69.9 mm x 16.18 mm


The Defender Series iPhone 5 case is the only case for demanding conditions, heavy use and random accidents. Three layers of protection include a polycarbonate skeleton that cushions the iPhone while the built-in screen protector prevents smudges and scratches. The outer layer wraps around the solid inner shell like an epidermis, creating a practically indestructible iPhone 5 case. A belt-clip holster is included and doubles as a media viewing stand. The Defender Series case for the iPhone 5 will protect your investment from drops, dust and other accidents. Why do you think we named it the Defender Series?

iPhone 5S
(Updated version works with finger print sensor)

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