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Eikin Debuts as a Premium Electronics Accessories Company

United States based company launches Premium Electronics Accessories Brand

MIAMI, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Eikin, a fast developing Electronics Accessories company, currently developing cell/mobile phone cases among its chief products, as well as other products including Bluetooth Accessories, and Power Banks, and more. The company is currently producing high quality waterproof iPhone cases, which are highly rated by their customers. These cases are offered as an alternative to Lifeproof, Otterbox, or Speck cases. Eikin is sure to capture further attention in the near future. Jason Jones, head of the Sales and Marketing team of the company, says," We aim to provide premium electronics products with outstanding customer service."Premium Electronics" is our brand, commitment, and philosophy to you."

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According to some sources, the iPhone waterproof cases launched by Eikin are a hit among their customers due to their extensive multiple features, which includes it's strength, durability, and lightweight design. The announcement to launch new products has further started to create a buzz in the market. Eikin's product are presently available Amazon.com. Some sources also reported that their premium electronic accessories are of the highest quality and the customer support is also very good.

It goes without saying, like this Amazon-verified purchaser named Armagedon who is just one of many happy Eikin customers, "It fit my iphone just fine and I actually dropped my phone today and it survived! It's light and not bulky like the other case I had. I was a little nervous about testing it out in the water in the pool, but it worked fine!"

The company has plans to make the most out of the mobile accessories as recent studies believe that the smartphone accessory market is expected to grow to $38 billion in revenues by 2017. As the sales of Consumer Electronics Accessories is seeing continued growth this year, the company is hopeful of expanding its market even more in the near future.

Eikin offers a Priority Membership program, which is free. Members will receive 20% off discount coupons or claim codes for Eikin's current and future products. Eikin's VIP Special Customer Program offers free pre-release products for product evaluation and feedback. For more information and eligibility requirements about these programs, please visit http://www.eikin.com.

About Eikin

Founded in 2014 , Eikin is focused on developing the best electronic accessory products available, and their products are currently available on Amazon.com. It started from an idea to bring premium electronic accessories to market with superb customer service. Eikin provides quality products and has taken customer centric support to a high standard. The company, originally launched in the USA, is quickly expanding to the European market. The company promises to offer premium products and never compromise on quality. "Premium Electronics" is Eikin's brand, commitment, and philosophy to you.

For media inquiries, individuals are encouraged to contact the Marketing Director at Eikin, Jason Jones at (877) 748-6226 or via email at [email protected]. To Learn more about Eikin's products or to purchase products, visit www.eikin.com or http://amzn.to/1tm7L0q.

Media Contact: Jason Jones, Eikin, (877) 748-6226, [email protected]

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