Mummy Preserves the iPhone

— December 20, 2013

Mummification has been used for preservation purposes for thousands of years, and now Loop Attachment is taking the concept high tech with the creation of its Mummy cases for iPhones. The impact resistant silicone case wraps the iPhone in a protective embrace to deter dents, scratches or cracks without hiding the logos and original aesthetic of the phone.
 
As much about function as form, the Mummy case serves dual purposes. The bands of the case that wrap across the back of the phone can be lifted to tuck a credit card under for safe storage. The case features a slim profile, lightweight design and easy to grip texture. The Mummy case can also be slipped into pants pockets and its smooth finish will prevent any lint from adhering to the case.
 
Available in ten colors, the Mummy case can be purchased as a bundled package of three cases in varying colors. Pre-mixed color bundles are tinged with humor ranging from a red, white and powder blue “Chicago” bundle to a magenta, purple and white “Good n Plenty” bundle, or the “Hulk” featuring purple, neon green and black. A bundle can also be customized with a personal choice of colors, and the cases can easily be switched out to match an iPhone to a mood or an outfit.
 
Retailing for $25, bundles are priced at $60 a set. The Mummy case is available for iPhone 4/4s, 5/5s, iPad, iPad mini, and soon to be (announcing at CES) iPhone 5C and iPad Air.
 
The Loop Groop was formed in 2011 through the combined efforts of three young professionals originally driven to develop a convertible watchband that seamlessly transforms the 6th generation iPod Nano into a high-end timepiece. After its successful launch, the team recognized opportunity to expand their accessories line to compliment other Apple products. 

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