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Peli launches Vault and Adventurer protective cases for Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus

Posted 31 March 2017 · Add Comment

Peli Products today launched two cases for the just-announced Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, called the Peli Vault and the Peli Adventurer.



The Peli Adventurer is one of the slimmest protective cases on the market, with a clear back to showcase the design of the new Samsung models. Both of the Peli cases are already available; and both carry a lifetime guarantee.

“The Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are set to be among the best-selling smartphones of 2017. These Peli cases will ensure that it will be easier than ever for consumers to protect these exciting new devices from damage,” said Piero Marigo, MD of Peli EMEA. “Both the Peli Vault and Peli Adventurer cases don’t compromise Peli’s DNA – protective cases that withstand the most extreme conditions on Earth.”

The Peli Vault offers the most protection of all cases in the Peli range as it is created from tough polymer plastics and TPR rubbers. It also keeps ID, security and credit cards all together inside this durable folio case.



The Peli Vault’s streamlined rugged folio case protects all these valuable items together. For ease of use, there’s a built-in window so you can see who’s calling without opening the case, and the case incorporates a kickstand for hands-free media viewing.

The Peli Adventurer is one of the slimmest cases on the market and has a clear back to showcase the new Samsung models features. The Adventurer cases offer 23% more impact absorption over similar protector models in the market, as they are made from HPX, Peli’s proprietary material that has been especially designed to absorb impact and disperse shock forces away from the mobile device. The Adventurer cases also have a dual-layer structural design and exceed 810G Military Standard drop tests.

Peli Products have been used by military, fire, medical and industrial safety personnel since 1976 and offer robust protection for the ‘dreaded drop’ of mobiles and tablets. The company has also made a habit of bringing cases to market when new mobile devices are launched.

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