New "Swim Suit" for iPhone 4S/4 Lets You Take It 20-Feet Below the Water's Surface

(PresseBox) ( Sunrise, FL, )
The earth is made up of more than 70% water so it just doesn't seem right that the iPhone 4S/4 has to hide under a beach towel while you enjoy the surf (and also suffer from a little iPhone separation anxiety). Concord Keystone remedies that situation with the new Keystone ECO(TM) MarineCase, a fully submersible case for iPhone 4S/4 that keeps it 100% dry and safe at depths of up to 20 ft/6m underwater. Now you can capture video at an underwater reef and share it through Youtube or post to Facebook even before you surface.

The MarineCase works equally well in swimming pools and features a clear protective silicon cover that supports full iPhone screen and call functionality so you can watch videos, answer email, text data and use apps without leaving the water.

The MarineCase is designed specifically for in-water use and is the ideal protective case for swimming, kayaking, white water rafting, boating, fishing, or for almost any water activity or sport. It even protects the iPhone 4S/4 against sand when you are at the beach. Use the camera while reeling in a Blue Marlin or shooting the rapids. The MarineCase is IP58 certified (dustproof and waterproof).

Make no mistake, this case is not for everyday use. It is designed to handle submersion in water without leakage. The secure closure lock means your iPhone is safe.

You don't swim in your everyday clothes. Your iPhone shouldn't either.

The MarineCase comes in two colors, black or white and includes a sturdy neck strap.

The MarineCase is available at
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