Caseology Debuts Two Apple Watch 4 Cases and a 20ft Drop Protective iPhone XR Case at CES 2019

Caseology Apple Watch Cases

Caseology, a fashion accessory brand focused on designing stylish, best-selling cell phone cases, showcased two cases for Apple Watch Series 4 at the CES 2019.

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Abel Case for Apple Watch 4

The Abel smartwatch case for Apple Watch 4 is the perfect homage to the legacy iPod design. The prototype was the highlight of CES and was previously featured in Gizmodo, MacWorld, Cult of Mac, Highsnobiety, and more. It is currently in the works of full production and can be expected to release in 2019 in colors, black and pink, says a press release.

Nero Slim Case for Apple Watch 4

Caseology took on the challenge to create the ultimate seamless case that enhances the whole Apple Watch 4 experience. Everything from taking your heart rate or blood pressure, to tracking your steps or calories burned. Its slim and modern design offers the perfect amount of protection from daily wear and tear without the added bulkiness and a slightly raised edge for screen protection. Available now in black and pink for sizes 40mm and 44mm.

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20ft Drop Protective iPhone XR Case

In addition to the Apple Watch 4 cases, Caseology also introduced an iPhone XR case. The Nero Pro iPhone XR case is so rugged that it can withstand a 20-feet drop. The limited-edition case in combination with the included tempered glass screen protector makes this case invincible.

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About Caseology

Caseology, founded in 2014, is widely known for its slim and protective cases for mobile phones. With more than 400 products under its belt, Caseology continues to push the envelope on innovating ‘tech-cessories’ for iPhone and Android devices.

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