Enter OtterBox, a company that has built a reputation for producing rugged phone cases "dedicated to all the klutzy, spontaneous, chaotic, graceless individuals who have broken a device or valuable due to their active lifestyle". Contrary to their rather niche looking market, OtterBox have done very well for themselves recently.
Over the past few weeks I have been to a rock concert and a college football game and on both occasions, I noticed several people using OtterBox cases for their iPhones. Their popularity has skyrocketed recently thanks to a deal with AT&T who now sells OtterBox cases in many of their retail stores. Today I will be taking a look at two new OtterBox cases for the recently released iPhone 4, the Defender and Commuter series.
OtterBox originally sent over the Defender series before its release date, which I assume is why there was no retail packaging for it. I contacted OtterBox when I received their press release regarding the Commuter series and requested a sample of it as well so we will be looking at both here today.
Continue ahead as we check out each case in detail.