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Rugged Vault iPhone 5 cases land in UK

When it comes to choosing the ideal rugged iPhone 5 case you will need to prepare yourself for the onslaught of claims, as most case manufactures believe they have one of, if not the best iPhone 5 cases on the market for offering unrivaled protection.

What makes a good rugged case — You need to make certain there is no way that dust or moisture can get into the case, as well as being able to trust your iPhone 5 will not be damaged if dropped from a height.

A fine example of this is the rugged Vault iPhone 5 cases, which have recently landed in the UK. The new CE1180 Peli ProGear iPhone 5 case is from the Vault Series, and its biggest selling point besides from being able to protect your phone is the ability to still produce a decent audio performance.

The design of the Peli ProGear rugged iPhone 5 case is not like that of other similar cases, as this one is light-weight thanks to its aluminum and polymer construction, while not sacrificing on protection. Most of the protection comes from the full-enclosure design with its three-layer system, which helps to offer protection from, wind, rain, dust etc.

Being able to customize your rugged iPhone 5 case is a good selling point, one that Motorola is counting on with the Moto X. There are several color combinations to choose from, and you will be able to change the color of the faceplate, liner and back. For more details visit the Peli Products website.

CE1150 from the Projector Series

If you are looking for a more traditional rugged iPhone 5 case, then maybe you should consider the CE1150 from the Projector Series? Okay, so this case does not offer as much protection as the CE1180, but you can still feel safe in the knowledge that your iPhone 5 will be protected from minor bumps and daily wear and tear. You can find more details on this new case for the UK market here.

We are not certain of the prices for these cases, so you may need to phone the company on the number that is provided on their website.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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