The awesome case that adds a second E Ink display to your iPhone is $25 off on Amazon
The Oaxis Inkcase IVY is probably one of the coolest iPhone cases that has ever existed. Yes, it provides protection against scratches and drops like any other case, but that’s not the device’s main selling point. Instead, it’s the E Ink screen on the back, which connects to your iPhone 7 and displays a ton of different info from eBooks to task lists and even articles you save using Pocket. It’s currently discounted by $25 on Amazon, and you should definitely check it out.
Here’s what you need to know from the product page:
Enduringly stunning — Choose from 4 finely crafted case materials and coated with a 9H anti-scratch material.. Our award winning designer put together the best color combinations so it soothes your inner aesthetic senses. It is simply the best complement for your iPhone 7 with month long stay time.
E Ink screen — Requiring virtually no power to display an image. E Ink technology allows for the screen to stay permanently on while consuming zero battery.
Essential information at your fingertips — Get live updates(To-do list,Calendar,Picture,Fitness activities) on events for the day so you are always one step ahead. Receive notifications only from the most important people for missed calls, texts, WhatsApp messages, emails and many more.
Absolute protection &Anti-scratch — Only with 55g and 3.1mm, Certified for 22 drops at 240cm, InkCase IVY offers extreme drop protection. Using the latest BubblePro Technology, millions of Micro Weave locks together to reinforce the case rigidity. Giving you a complete peace of mind.
What you will get — 1* Oaxis Inkcase IVY for iPhone 7 ; 1 year money back professional smile service, for any concerns, just contact with via Amazon message.
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