You're Johnny Bond, brother of famous British Secret Service agent, and you're barreling down a dark tunnel in a silver-grey Ashton Martine trying to catch up to Patrick. You're on the side of a mountain making hair-pin turns at unheard of speeds. Some would even say you've got an edge on your famous brother. They say you're the better one of the two. You need to do whatever it takes to wrestle Patrick to the ground and take back the jump drive that has been stolen. If you don't, all of the intel on undercover agents will be exposed to terrorist organizations. Luckily, you finally catch up to Patrick a mile down the road. At this point, he has no chance. He's made it easy for you by cornering himself into a dead end at the top of the mountain. You've got him right where you want him. His eyes are trained down the barrel of his gun, straight at you. You laugh, knowing you're a much better shot than him. Mid-chuckle you whip out your Walter P100 and take aim.
Unfortunately, the gun caught an edge on your new iPhone 6 and brought it soaring up and out into the open air, only to crash onto the rock-hard asphalt. You see it all happen in slow motion. You see each and every flip and tumble of your precious, immaculate, in-tact screen. Your eyes start to glisten and your bottom lip starts to quiver as you see the corner of the iPhone make contact with the black, unforgiving surface. In your mind, all you can wish is that you had an iPhone 6 case. In that moment it takes you to watch your phone crash to the Earth and shatter into spider webs, Patrick has pulled the trigger. Now you're dead. That's why no one knows about you. I guess Patrick wasn't as bad of an aim as you thought...
Wouldn't it be nice to be alive and fight alongside your brother in adrenaline-racing, crime-stopping stories? Well, your fate could've been avoided had you simply ordered a Ghostek Bullet iPhone 6 case. This baby has got 4 layers of polycarbonate protection, full-body protection, a top-notch screen protector, and a lifetime warranty (not that you'll need it!). You could have let it fall with 100% confidence that you'd pick it up as if it were brand new. Not to mention, it probably would've fallen at the exact angle that the built-in kickstand would have engaged, and your phone could've caught video of the whole shoot out. This case is also available in White, Blue, Yellow, Green, Black and Red. A case color for every mission. You'll never get tired of it! Maybe next time you'll be a little quicker to pull the trigger and buy one.
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Overall, case is ok but, price was great! Rubber buttons are a bit bulky and take some getting used to. Kickstand is a bit flimsy; isn't spring loaded like the Bullet for Samsung models. Phone feels very secure though. Not to mention the lifetime warranty! Overall, thinking the Atomic 2.0 is the way to go. Haven't purchased yet but, will when on sale =)
Had this case for over a year now and it works perfect. Not heavy very light weight and not to cumbersome. But the selling point is the fact that I have dropped my phone an excessive amount of times, and I have not shattered my screen. Not once. And I'm 6'2 and it's a pretty long way down when I drop something. The lip on the phone keeps it raised as oppose to most cases that keep the phone screen flush.
I abolutely LOVE this case! It has stuck with me through thick and this and have saved my phone from practically every slip and fall from high and low. Within hours of putting this case on I had an accident and my phone literally flew atleat 15 feet on the road from where I was standing. I couldn't do anything but scream and got the attention of literally everyone in the parking lot. As I ran to pick up my phone from where it landed face down on the hot tar road I was AMAZED and in AWE that my phone was still in tack!!! Nevertheless, the case had some chips and scratches but MY PHONE was A okay!!! Thank you so much for the quality you put into this case. Just got it replaced due to the scratches and chipped paint but it has a lifetime warranty so how can you go wrong :)))
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