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OtterBox Defender Cases


Unfortunately there are counterfeit OtterBox cases on the market. OtterBox is the leading smartphone case manufacturer and we trust our smartphone's welfare to these cases. That's what make the counterfeit OtterBox market so alarming. Make sure your OtterBox passes the checklist below.


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The first thing to look for on your OtterBox is the overall quality of the manufacturing. There should be no spelling errors or printing quality issues on the packaging.

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Next, look for manufacturing lines around the sides of the box. The real ones have no lines, as you can see in the picture on the left.

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The fake has green tinted cellophane around the screen protector. The real ones do not have any cellophane on the screen protector.

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Next, look at the clip. notice the border width on the two sides. The real one is much wider than the fake.

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Another thing to check is the feel of the OtterBox. The back of it should have a rubbery feel to it. If it feels more plastic than rubber, it's probably a fake.
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