One of the best new features of Apple’s brand new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is the water-resistance. Apple says the phones can easily withstand a spill, a splash or even a quick dunk, and we’ve seen them take some underwater photos as well and emerge unscathed. They’re still just “water-resistant,” however, which is a far cry from being “waterproof.”

If you have an older iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus and you want a simple way to make your phone not just water-resistant but actually waterproof, the Cos2be Waterproof Phone 6s Case is just what the doctor ordered. It features a very sleek design unlike all those waterproof cases that are basically just big plastic bags, and it’s less than $20 on Amazon.

Some key details:

  • WATERPROOF + DUSTPROOF: protective TPU case with jelly bumper provides shock absorb, antiscratch, dustproof and antislip protections, not suitable for professional underwater activities
  • SUPER SLIM & TRANSPARENT TPU case: provides comfortable grip, protects your smartphone without obstructing the front and rear cameras, without extra bulk
  • SHOCKPROOF + HEAT DISSIPATION: AIRBAG design on all sides, Withstands drops from 6.6’/2 m to the concrete- meets or exceeds MIL STD 810F-516
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please remove the THIN FILM on the surface of the front case after installation. Please confirm your phone model before purchasing, select size 4.7” for iPhone 6/6S, select 5.5” for iPhone 6/6S Plus. If you don’t know what is your phone model, please use a ruler to measure the diagonal length of your screen (only finger touch part)

The Cos2be Waterproof Phone Case is available for the iPhone 6/6s and the iPhone 6/6s Plus, and both models cost just $16.99. It also comes in space gray, silver, gold or rose gold to match your iPhone’s color.


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