The Urban Armour Gear Pathfinder white rugged case for the iPhone X features a classic tough-looking, composite design with a soft impact-absorbing core and hard exterior that provides superb protection in all situations.Rugged compositecaseThe UAG (Urban Armor Gear) Pathfinder case is constructed from a robust composite design featuring a soft impact-resistant core that absorbs shock force, and a hard exterior that takes punishment the iPhone would otherwise suffer. This methodology is the perfect partnership to keep your iPhone X safe and secure in most situations. Indoors or outdoors. Anti-slip design with rubberised padsThe first line of defence in all protective situations is not letting the phone drop in the first place. This may seem obvious, however many cases feature smooth designs that slip easily from the hand or from a table or window sill etc. The Pathfinder takes action against this with a series of rubberised non-slip pads and reinforcement where it matters. The phone will grip easily to smooth surfaces and also ensure a firm hand hold, making it far less likely that it will end up on the deck in the first place. Simple but effective. Bezel protects screenWith a cleverly designed extruded bezel that keeps your screen off of any flat surface in the event of drops or placing face down, your iPhone X can keep its clean pristine, scratch-free and fully usable. For extra screen protection however, you may want to consider a screen protector.Military drop testedIf it's good enough to satisfy the US military, its more than likely going to satisfy your needs too. The Pathfinder meets military drop-test standards MIL STD 810G 516.6. This means it will survive reasonable drop tests from the sort of heights likely in every day use.Tactile heavy duty button coversYour iPhone X function buttonsare fully protected by heavy duty TPU button coversthat are easy to operate even if you're wearing gloves. You will appreciate the tactile response and protection on offer here as the functionalityis seamless.Wireless charging compatibleEnjoy the benefits of wirelessly charging your iPhone even with the case on using any Qi-compatible wireless charging pad. Protect your phone from any possible harm and still charge your phone using the modern spectacle of wireless charging.Designed for iPhone XThe UAG Pathfinder case has been fully conceived with the iPhone X in mind. Therefore you can expect a perfect fit and full functionality whilst your phone is secured in the case.
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