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OtterBox Carrying Case for iPhone 5 - Retail Packaging - Red/Black


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Item Weight181 g
Product Dimensions10.7 x 19 x 4.3 cm
Item model number77-24986
Weight 180 Grams
  
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ASINB00K95A0HO
Date First Available9 January 2016
  
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114 of 117 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS 1 February 2013
By Grace Clark - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I adore my OtterBox defender case. I previously had one for the iPhone 4s which was nice but obviously bulky. When I upgraded to the 5 I decided to go with something slimmer - a speck case - but I was so nervous about harming my new device. After three weeks I knew I had to go back to the company I trusted for optimal protection, and I was so happy to find that the defender for the iPhone 5 is much slimmer and appealing than the old 4s versions. I still get the protection I require without sacrificing aesthetics. I love the way my phone looks and feels. I actually prefer how the phone fits in my hand when it's in this case than when it's bare. It still fits and slides into my pocket just fine, and it just seems so much sturdier. I've had several drops in the few weeks I've had it and there has been no damage to the phone whatsoever. I even dropped it while on the elliptical - it fell and bounced on the edge of one of the foot pieces, flying across the gym! No problem! I did remove the build in screen protector in favor of the Zagg shield. Together it's just perfect.

But a cautionary tale -- I came on Amazon and purchased a case from a third party seller - "cellphonegeeks" out of Idaho but I think they operate under many different profiles - and was extremely pleased to find that I could pay less than half of what retail stores and OtterBox itself charges for the cases. What a deal, I thought. Wrong. I received an obviously counterfeit product that was undeniably fake and of such poor quality. I have posted images comparing the fraud to the authentic product I ended up purchasing from a big box retailer. Luckily I was able to have a refund of the product and I'm now living happily with a real OtterBox. My suggestion is to buy straight from Amazon itself or wait for the item to go on sale at one of the major retailers. I purchased mine from Radio Shack for about five dollars less than MSRP. It's worth it to pay the real price!
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome, Awesome, Awesome! 6 February 2016
By Grace - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Amazing Otterbox phone case!
This phone case is awesome if you want to invest in a "retired" iPhone. The only thing I'd suggest is removing the screen protector that's attached to the case - it dramatically improves touch screen response.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Best case ever, still a few issues! 11 June 2016
By Rena - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Unfortunately, I bought the wrong case so I had to return. That has no effect on my review however.

The Otterbox Defender is the only cell phone case that my family and I use. We've had it for the 4S, 5, 5C, 5S and soon to be, several of the 6's.

The Defender is the best cell phone case I have ever had. It really works! It does its job and protects your phone exactly as described in the product description. I have dropped my phone countless times. Once I even dropped it from about 6 feet high on to concrete and nothing at all happened to my phone! Of course the hard plastic of the case broke. That's what it's designed to do though. The best way I can describe it is by comparing it to a bicycle helmet. Helmets are designed to absorb the force from an impact and disperse it away from your head and brain. The important stuff. So if you get into an accident, chances are your helmet will break. Well the same thing applies with the Otterbox. It absorbs the force of an impact and directs it away from the important stuff, the phone! Twice now I've had a major drop and have had the Defender do what it's supposed to do. I had to buy replacements and even though they aren't cheap that's far cheaper than buying a new phone!

One thing I do not like about the Otterbox Defender is the plastic screen cover. Honestly, the first thing I do when I get a new case is pop out that plastic piece and buy a good screen protector to replace it. I tried using it with the 4S and I hated it! It was way too loose and I had to press down too hard on the letters to get them to respond. So now I just pop out the plastic and toss. I'm sure it helps with water protection and dust protection but I don't really have a problem with that.

Another thing that at first was getting the hang of taking the case off the phone. Some cases are easier than others but some of them seem just impossible to get open! Hard enough in fact that I've had to get a screwdriver to try to make it easier. Like I said, I think that eventually you do get the hang of it because I haven't been having this problem lately.

The last small complaint I have about the Defender is in regards to the soft plastic outer shell. After a while, it has a tendency to stretch out and become loose. Especially at the bottom where the charging port is. Maybe this is because that part of the case is being stretched out over and over again because of charging? All I know is it's happened to all of my cases as well as my kids cases.

Bottom line, despite a few issues, the Defender is still my go to cell phone case. I would recommend it to a friend and in fact have on many occasions.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars the better because I get $25 a month back from Verizon ... 25 July 2016
By Deci Dela - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I finally bought an OtterBox Defender after my phone glass shattered. I was very proud to have had my iPhone 5 for a year past the two-year Verizon contract. The longer I keep it, the better because I get $25 a month back from Verizon because I'm not under contract anymore. I don't have shackles on my feet put on by Verizon monsters. Anyway, I had a cheap worthless cover I had purchased from Amazon. My phone fell and the front screen shattered! Awful, awful. Everything still seemed to work, so I called around to see about getting the whole front screen replaced. It ended up costing $70 at Office Depot because they price matched. They did a great job. In the meantime, I found this beauty for $5.99 because the print is discontinued. I always avoided getting the Otterbox because it's so expensive at about $50 bucks, but it actually saves you money because it is a true defender. But at $5.99 because of the color? Please! Sign me up. I received it, got the phone screen changed, and it's awesome. I'm hoping to have this phone for a long time and get $25 a month back from Verizon forever!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Lower Quality than normal Defender... possible knock-off, or a bad batch. 22 April 2017
By Saturnalia - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I'm not sure what happened, but the materials and precision used to make this Otterbox Defender are much lower quality than those used to make my old one. It is much flimsier, and the soft outer layer lacks the tacky feel that should make the defender easy to grip. Instead it is more sheer and thin and cheap feeling. I can't tell if it is an actual knock-off, or if OtterBox made a bad batch of Defenders and decided to sell them cheap... because they are cheap.

For a phone that I'm not going to have much longer anyway, I didn't want to shell out $25 for the normal black one. Since the camo/orange ones were under $10, I can't complain too much. But I wish that there had been some to choose from in the $12-$15 range... I would have gone for the middle-range in pricing if there had been a middle. Instead, it's either $9 or $25 with nothing in between