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iPhone 5 titanium bumper case

We might not have seen the final iPhone 5 design just yet, but this hasn’t stopped Gresso from publishing details about their titanium bumper case for iPhone 5. The case strangely has a lifetime warranty, which sounds great but we don’t know how many iPhone users keep a phone for a lifetime, and considering the design changes every few years it seems a little pointless. If you have the money to splash out, we are talking celebrity cash here, then you might want to purchase the Gresso iPhone 5 bumper case for around $3,000 when it releases next month, and yes that is the price for a case only.

Here is Gresso’s take on their iPhone 5 bumper case – A lot of brands today consciously strive to make revolutionary products, but truly exceptional are revolutions in the luxury industry. Creators of exclusive pieces cannot perform without spark of inspiration, pr cannot replace charisma.

Gresso Revolution is drastically different from other metal bumpers. It’s unique construction opens up with a single move. As closed the bumper keeps the iPhone securely protected, giving its owner full comfort in device performance, as well as access to all functional buttons and ports. The Gresso bumper-case is also compatible with other accessories and devices. The innovative patented technology has no analogs in the world.

Gresso designers and engineers have been working through every detail of the bumper for several months. A solid titanium was chosen to become the main material. Being both strong and light, the metal not only brings an exclusive touch, but also unique protection, as titanium surface is extremely hard to scratch. A PVD-coating is applied for higher wear resistance of the bumper frame, adding a deep dark color. Directional grinding technique creates matte and slightly rough metal texture. The bumper-case elegant image is highlighted by a gold inset of 18k with flawlessly engraved Gresso Revolution inscription.

Gresso bumper-case comprises an upper and lower titanium frames, connected with screws and hidden inside magnet locks. A smartphone is only added 1mm of size and 35 grams of weight. The configuration accents the iPhone 5 distinct design, as well as protects the sides, back and front from damage and scratches.

It takes three hours to manufacture each bumper-case frame on a precision digital equipment. The complicated process is followed by hand grinding. Finally all details are assembled with handwork of a single craftsman, that guarantees a unique high-quality product.

The Revolution bumper is a limited collection of only 999 pieces. Every case has individual flawlessly engraved inscriptions on the side, as well as a serial number, bringing the style and proving authenticity of the Gresso product. The sophisticated accessory from Gresso is embraced with luxurious beech box accentuated with a silk ribbon. It accents the bumper’s value and makes a stylish present.

Gresso Revolution bumper-case brings unique qualities to millions of popular smartphone users. The piece highlights the owner’s individual character, lifestyle and goals.

Main features for Gresso’s iPhone 5 bumper case – the first metal bumper-case for iPhone 5, lifetime warranty, unique serial number engraved on each bumper, stylish and ergonomic design, secure chilled metal construction, magnet lock system, and significant design does not require additional assembling.

Gresso Revolution bumper-case for iPhone 5 will be available for purchase in October 2012 at the authorized Gresso online store, at the price of $3000.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

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