Wisconsin, conceal and carry your cell phone

As much as we hate to admit it, our phone is our lifeline and it should be protected from whatever comes its way.  Here’s a rundown on the cell phone cases currently on the market:

Holster: This case provides protection, along with quick and easy access to your phone. Attached with a swivel belt clip, you can always have your phone on you either vertically or horizontally; whichever is best for your phone.

Plastic snap-on cover: Consisting of two hard protective plates, this ensures front and back coverage for your phone. With its easy snap-on application, this case offers openings to easily access your phone functions. Covers are available for every kind of phone, including slide action phones.

Silicone Skin Cases: These cases provide a more form-fitting protection for your phone, particularly from everyday wear and tear while being carried in a purse, pocket or backpack. Cases are designed to allow openings for access to all buttons, keypad and ports for your device.

Leather Cases: If you’re looking for maximum protection, durable canvas or leather cases that completely cover your phone and screen are the way to go.  These leather cases have magnetic closing flaps to keep the phone inside your case. Some cases have holsters that can be easily attached to your belt for quick accessibility.

Cell Phone Wristlets: A new trend for cell phone cases are cell phone wristlets, essentially phone purses. Many designers have wristlets that securely hold your phone but allow you to keep your cash and credit cards without taking up too much space.



Stainless Steel Case: Built for the iPhone, this case is made entirely out of stainless steel but includes silicone padding on the inside to protect the phone. This case has strategically placed cut outs for buttons and ports as well as to allow heat emissions to get through. The front plate flips closed to protect the screen when not in use.

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