New Guy Harvey Fortitude Series Cell Phone Cases Announced

The Guy Harvey Fortitude Series of cell phone cases has been announced.

The cases are a collaboration between Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based manufacturer cellhelmet and Guy Harvey. In addition to each case offering excellent protection for your device, they all feature some stunning artwork of Harvey.

The new series features 17 designs for you to choose from and fits multiple models of Samsung Galaxy and Apple iPhone devices. The cases are designed to protect your devices from falls, as well as offering edge-to-edge protection. As you would expect, a  portion of the sales proceeds will go to the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation to help support research and ocean conservation.

According to cellhelmet Executive Vice President Lee Terkel:

“What began as a quest for the most indestructible iPhone case quickly evolved into something simple, yet highly creative. All of us are attached to our cell phones. So when you have your phone secured in one of our cases, you will be reminded of the ocean and find joy in the fact that you are supporting ocean conservation and preservation through the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation.”

Alex Harvey, Licensing and Marketing Director for Guy Harvey, Inc. commented on the new collaboration:

“This is probably one of the best cell phone cases on the market in terms of quality and level of protection against accidents. We are very selective about our partners and hold the highest standards when we release new product lines, so we’re extremely excited to embark on this journey with cellhelmet.”

The Guy Harvey Fortitude Series Cases are priced at US$44.99/~£32 /~€38, and you can find out more and buy your case here.

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Sam Helmy

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