There are plenty of interesting iPhone 6 cases to choose from if you’re looking to protect your handset against accidental drops, but the Zero G is something else, as it packs a brilliant new feature. The case, currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, doesn’t just wrap around the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus for added shock resistance — it also sticks to tables or even vertical surfaces, seemingly defying gravity in the process.

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The Zero G can be stuck to any flat surface thanks to the power of nano-suction. Essentially, the case is made of a material that replicates suction cup functionality, but instead of a single suction cup it uses millions of “mega tiny suction cups” to adhere.

Even though it sticks to vertical surfaces made of wood, glass, plastic, metal or tile, the case isn’t sticky to the tough, and can be easily removed from these surfaces. Furthermore, the Zero G can be cleaned just with water, and it’s supposed to be heat-resistant and self-healing.

The Zero G has already smashed through its initial $25,000 funding goal, approaching $50,000 with two weeks left in the campaign. Buyers looking to secure one must pledge at least $39, with cases expected to begin shipping it in May.

A video demoing the Zero G case follows below.

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