Protect and reveal? This CrashGuard bumper case for Galaxy S8 does the trick


The case line from RhinoShield has a storied history of protecting the world's most popular phones, and when we say storied, we mean that its innovative polymer structure has allowed them to escape unscathed after a two-story drop. Even better, they are one of the few prominent bumper makers with their CrashGuard series, and are now offering a quality bumper for added protection of your Galaxy S8 and S8+, while at the same time keeping its shine rear visible in full.

How good is the CrashGuard? Well, the hexagonal polymer inner exhibits such superior impact spread, that you can throw your phone from ten feet height, and it will absorb the clash with the ground like a champ, as you can see in the S7 edge bumper promo video above.

Slap a film or glass screen protector on the S8, and you are pretty much golden, considering that the back is made of Gorilla Glass 5 anyway. RhinoShield's CrashGuard bumpers start shipping from April 15 for $24.99 in black, gray and blue, but if you have a bit more patience, they might pop soon on Amazon at a much lower rate, too, as usual. Any bumper fans out there?


source: RhinoShield

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  • Camera 12 MP (Single camera) 8 MP front
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  • Battery 3000 mAh
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  • Camera 12 MP (Single camera) 8 MP front
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