Galaxy S21 Zizo MILITARY 12-Foot Drop Grade Bolt Combo Case, Kick Stand, Belt Clip & Glass Screen Protector (Black)

Galaxy S21 Zizo MILITARY 12-Foot Drop Grade Bolt Combo Case, Kick Stand, Belt Clip & Glass Screen Protector (Black)
  • Product Code: BOLT-SAMGS2163-BKBK
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $40.00 $34.95

Galaxy S21 Zizo MILITARY 12-Foot Drop Grade Bolt Combo Case, Kick Stand, Belt Clip & Glass Screen Protector (Black)

Engineered to protect against the unexpected. The ZIZO BOLT Series for Galaxy S21+ 5G is specifically constructed to withstand the most intense drops while keeping your device safe and secure. With countless hours of development and rigorous lab testing, the BOLT has surpassed the industry standards to bring you the ultimate level of protection. The patented dual-layer design is made to protect your phone from all angles. The rugged outer shell guards the device surface, while the inner core shock-absorbing technology prevents internal damage. In other words: The BOLT can take a beating, without having to worry if your phone will survive. A complimentary ZIZO 0.33mm Tempered Glass with 100% Clarity and 9H Hardness is included with each purchase. All of this in our signature ZIZO style. Keeping your phone functional, without all the extra bulk. The BOLT Series features a built-in kickstand, made to take your binge-watching experience to the next level. And with the included rotating belt-holster and lanyard, the ZIZO BOLT is ready to go wherever you are. The in-display fingerprint sensor is not designed to work with tempered glass screen protectors.

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