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OtterBox Symmetry Series Flashes Fashion for Apple, Samsung Phones

FORT COLLINS, Colo., April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Apple® and Samsung® smartphones transform from tech tools to fashion accessories with the latest innovation from OtterBox®, the No. 1-selling smartphone case in the United States.* Artful style and premium protection collide with Symmetry Series, now available for the iPhone® 5/5s, iPhone 5c and GALAXY S® 4.

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Symmetry Series is available now in a variety of wraparound colors and graphics at otterbox.com, BestBuy.com and Best Buy retail locations and will be available April 11 in Verizon Wireless stores and at www.verizonwireless.com. Symmetry Series for HTC One® (M8) and Samsung GALAXY S 5 case options will also be available this spring.

"After more than a year of design and consumer research, we've struck a great balance between style and protection," said OtterBox CEO Brian Thomas. "Symmetry Series is the largest collection of colors and designs that we have ever introduced in a smartphone case. We challenged our team to create trusted OtterBox protection in a petite package and they succeeded in achieving both. People who assume OtterBox is 'bulky protection' will be pleasantly surprised - we've already seen wide-eyed consumers raise their eyebrows and say 'Wow! That's an OtterBox?'"

Symmetry Series is a slim yet sturdy single-layer case, offering sleek style with trusted, engineered protection. Dual-material construction and an internal synthetic rubber with honeycomb coring help to keep the phone safe from drops, shock and scratches. The raised beveled edge paired with compatible OtterBox Clearly Protected screen guards provides touch screen protection without compromising display sensitivity. The single-piece design ensures simple, easy installation and full accessibility to device features.**

Symmetry Series is available for $39.95 in solid colors and $44.95 for select graphic designs at otterbox.com, with additional designs and color options available soon. For more information, visit otterbox.com.

About OtterBox:

Founded in 1998 with a line of dry boxes, OtterBox® has evolved into the No. 1-selling case for smartphones in the U.S. and a global leader in mobile device protection.* Its diverse lineup of protective solutions for handheld technology protect, connect and enable a mobile world. OtterBox has been a six-time honoree on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in the U.S. and was named one of "America's Most Promising Companies" by Forbes Magazine. The company is headquartered in Fort Collins, Colo., with offices in San Diego; Boston; Cork, Ireland; and Hong Kong.

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* Source: The NPD Group/Retail Tracking Service: Cell Phone Device Protection/Units Sold 1/2012 – 12/2013

** Symmetry Series NOT protected against water. Will provide added protection against bump and shock.

©2014 Otter Products, LLC. All rights reserved. OtterBox and all OtterBox logos, trademarks and symbols are the property of Otter Products, LLC. All other logos, trademarks and symbols are the property of their respective owners.

 

The OtterBox Symmetry Series fuses the style you want with the protection you need

 

OtterBox Symmetry Series is available with a variety of unique graphics

 

OtterBox Symmetry Series makes a statement about your personal style

To view the multimedia assets associated with this release, please click: http://www.multivu.com/mnr/66065-otterbox-symmetry-series-flashes-fashion-for-apple-samsung-phones

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