Otterbox Releases Limited Edition Cases for Galaxy S3, iPhone 5

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Otterbox is pleased to announce limited edition Waves Defender Series cases for the Samsung Galaxy S III and the Apple iPhone 5, supporting the Ocean Park Conservation Foundation, Hong Kong. Otterbox limited edition defender series cases for Samsung Galaxy S III and Apple iPhone 5

The Colorado-based mobile protection company will donate 10-percent of the purchase price of each case to the OPCFHK to fund research and education efforts geared towards the conservation of endangered animals and their habitats in Asia. Otterbox has pledged a minimum contribution of $500,000 USD.

Otterbox Defender Series cases are designed with layers of rugged protection so you don’t have to fear accidental or random drops or mishaps. The layers of protection start with a plastic inner shell that has a built-in screen shield to prevent scuffs and scratches. The second layer is a silicone slip-cover that fits snugly over the inner shell to protect against drops, bumps, and shocks. A holster is included with the case and it doubles as a kick-stand so you can prop up your phone for easy viewing.

The new limited edition wave style is part of the Friends Collection, adding a dash of liveliness to the rugged and protective Otterbox Defender Series Cases for the Galaxy S III and Apple iPhone 5. Now you can have some serious protection with serious fun. The waves cases are available now at



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