Galaxy Note 10 Plus
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Welcome to your new addiction.
Samsung spent a tremendous sum of money making the click on your Galaxy Note 10 Plus buttons feel immaculate. We spent far less, yet somehow managed to make them feel even better. Impossible, you say? Our button scientists disagree.
The most precise fit on earth.™
What do you get when a masonic megacorp, renowned for their robotic precision, designs a phone case? You're looking at it. If we told you the Grip fits like a glove, we'd be giving gloves too much credit.
Military-grade impact resistance.
Every year, the US Military burns through $700,000,000,000. On what? Nobody knows. For only 0.0000000057% of the annual defense budget, you can do the same. But for your phone. Checkmate, Eisenhower.
At just 2mm thin, the Grip Case is roughly twenty times thicker than a human hair. It’s also one three-thousandth as thick as a Giraffe is tall. Much like the mighty giraffe, the Grip Case subsists on a diet made up almost entirely of your smartphone.
The world's grippiest phone case.™
See those microscopic ridges? Each is a textured dot, invisible to the naked eye. There are literally thousands of them spanning the surface of the Grip, creating a tremendous number of grippy contact points for your butterfingers. The result? You’ll never drop your phone again.
More grip for your Grip.
Three years ago, a group of world-famous grip scientists approached us with a novel concept: take the world’s grippiest phone case™, then add liquid-black grip strips to the sides of the Grip. They should have learned how to file a patent.
The Grip lets you put your phone down on a table without thinking about the camera bump. There's no amusing way to communicate this. If you come up with one, email us. We promise to steal it and give you zero credit.
Edge-swiping just got a lot easier.
How many times have you tried swiping the edge of your screen, only to find that the lip of your garbage phone case was in the way? Far too many. Our solution is simple: just lower the sides. It's called innovation.