LuxBox Case • A Modern Scientific Marvel?

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Most people have no idea how badly they hurt the feelings of the Apple corporation on a day-to-day basis. After paying millions of dollars on the best international design team, going through years of research and development, and then marketing their shiny new phone on its sleek and sexy appearance, everyone just goes ahead and throws down $12 for a plastic cheetah-print Otterbox to keep it in. But can they blame us? After all, the things aren’t exactly durable, and are always just one butter-fingered dial away from a meeting of gravity, concrete, and an unfortunately cracked screen. And more to the point, how else can we get a cheetah-print phone?

 

After paying millions of dollars on the best international design team, going through years of research and development, and then marketing their shiny new phone on its sleek and sexy appearance, everyone just goes ahead and throws down $12 for a plastic cheetah-print Otterbox to keep it in.

 

It is a problem that the scientists at theWTFactory have been scratching their heads over it for years. As the premier designer of protective and stylish mobile-wear in the iPhone era, they felt that it was their mission to provide a solution that would satisfy the needs of clumsy smartphone carriers everywhere. However, before coming up with the ideal solution, they first had their share of embarrassing failures.

 

They tried dipping their test phones in molten steel, which they thought would bump-up the durability factor a notch or two, and create a shiny skin that their customers would enjoy. However, they found that electronics didn’t hold up as well as they had hoped at 2,500 degrees. And after working with dozens of different alloys, they were never able to get around the problem that the metal coating completely blocked the screen.
Then they thought that adding a bit of extra padding into their cases would be the answer. After trying out a variety of different inflatables, they discovered that they could completely protect phones of all shapes and sizes with simple party balloons. However, a series of focus tests found that customers weren’t happy with their new melon-sized devices.

 

And so after hundreds of hours of designing and testing, and a huge pile of broken phones later, they have finally found the answer to this conflict between strength and style in their new product, the LuxBox. For the first time, fashion conscious consumers can keep their phones safe while also taking their pick of a range of different styles.

 

LuxBox is a protective iPhone case that shows off the sleek and sexy design of your several-hundred-dollar phone while also keeping it safe from clumsy mishaps. It is everything that the dedicated workers at theWTFactory have been working towards — something perfect for those who want to look smart, cool and stylish, but don’t always have their head in the game when it comes to keeping their phone out of harm’s way.

 

LuxBox is a protective iPhone case that shows off the sleek and sexy design of your several-hundred-dollar phone while also keeping it safe from clumsy mishaps.

 

And so at the end of the day, you can have your Apple and eat it too. Grabbing a LuxBox Case that looks great, lets you express your own personal style, and won’t hurt the feelings of any multi-billion dollar corporations, means doing the world (and yourself) a big favor. Try it out today, and finally lay that tacky Otterbox to rest.