Relive one of the greatest moments in Orioles baseball history with this tough and sleek iPhone case:
1995 Regular Season
Iron Man 2,131
Orioles vs California
4 - 2
6 September, 1995
Cal Ripken Jr. made history stepping onto the field on September 6, 1995, becoming the first player to play in 2,131 consecutive games. He also struck a home run in the bottom of the 4th, to help Baltimore beat California 4 - 2. Ripken would go on to play in 2,632 consecutive games.
This case looks sleek, but it's tough. Its solid construction fits your phone perfectly, and it protects from scratches, dust, oil, and dirt. The smooth finish also makes it stylish and easy to hold. - Made of a BPA free hybrid Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) and Polycarbonate (PC) material - Solid, durable polycarbonate back - Wireless charging compatible - Secure yet flexible thermoplastic polyurethane sides - Precisely aligned port openings - Easy to take on and off - .5 mm raised bezel front - Graphics are UV printed onto the case with a smooth, matte finish
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Really liked the case, looks good and feels sturdy
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It looks great and I've dropped my phone a couple of times so far (just got it), and nothing has happened to the phone or case, just one or two minor scratch marks on the case! Great product!
Dropped my brand new iPhone 13 out of my pocket while on a motorcycle. Phone bounced on hardtop for 20 feet, or more... NO damage to phone, and the case is back to perfect with a light sanding on the corner. I am STUNNED.