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Dango Covert X iPhone Cases

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Modern phones are expensive investments, particularly the latest and greatest flagship models. And this is more true than ever with Apple's newest phones. They're more powerful than ever, able to do most everything for both work and play, so they're also likely to be the most carried and used item in your EDC. So it's a good idea to find a case that not only protects your phone, but also helps improve the way you use it as well. Dango's Covert X cases offer a balance of strength and performance for the latest iPhone XS, giving them lean but substantial protection while also giving you a few new ways to carry and protect them, too.

The Covert X case comes in a wraparound design to protect every corner of your phone, including a “lip” that gives the phone's face some protective height when placed face down. The TPU material it uses is light and flexible, while at the same time oil- and abrasion-resistant to keep its exterior looking clean and sleek even after extended use. The Covert's key feature is a set of lanyard loop holes built into the case's sides. These work in tandem with an included paracord tether with a metal clasp and ring for the attachment points, giving you alternative ways to carry your phone, or, in worst-case scenarios, prevent you from dropping it.

Whether as extra security when using your phone, a means to carry it around your neck, or even a place to attach some personal trinkets or accessories, the Dango Covert is designed to accommodate your needs. Pick one up in your choice of color and phone model from the link below.

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FFS enough Dango products. Please. If it were not enough that their wallets are patently silly, the frequency with which they are promoted has gone beyond fatigue into spammy annoyance. Knock it off, find some other sponsors.
I agree, enough of Dango, dang it! It is starting to cross into spam. Pretty soon I’m going to just unsubscribe to the emails.