Magpul Introduces Phone Cases for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus

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posted on March 5, 2017
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Magpul expanded its line of smartphone field cases to include the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus Field Case, which allows owners of new-model iPhones to give their devices an extra level of protection.

The Magpul Field Case is made from a semi-rigid, flexible thermoplastic that is designed to provide a basic level of protection for smartphones. The case protects against minor bumps and abrasions and features a compact design that adds little outside bulk to the phone's overall size.

The case features PMag-style texturing and design to provide users with an added grip, and installation is easy with the case's snap-on design. The case features a raised lip on the screen edge in order to protect smartphone screens from being scratched when laid down. The case is also optimized for use with the factory charging cable and headphones. The charging port, headphone jack and volume control are all accessible with the case installed.

The Magpul Field Case is designed and produced in the USA and comes in black, flat dark earth, gray, olive drab, orange and pink. The suggested retail price on the new case is $16.95.

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