These days when you think of Otterbox you think of phone cases, and that’s all well and good but that’s not where they really started. Otterbox started as a company that makes Dryboxes, which are basically boxes to keep your stuff dry. I still have a couple from years ago and they’re still just as good as when new. These boxes can be used for anything, MP3 players, phones, or whatever that you might want to keep dry. They’re much more generalized, which can be a good thing.

 

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Starting with something as simple as a box, OtterBox was created in 1998 with a line of indestructible dryboxes. Today, the Colorado-based company is known for the custom cases it designs and manufactures for the world’s top-selling handheld technology. OtterBox has quickly become the number one-selling smartphone case but has not forgotten its roots. Available now from OtterBox.com and select outdoor retailers, OtterBox announces the Pursuit Series, a refreshing redesign of the original waterproof box that accommodates any pursuit.

Built to last a lifetime, the industry favorite now shows off sleek styling and refined materials that confidently protect against water, crush, drop and dust. A seamless compound latch keeps vital technology, tools and valuables safe, dry and secure while allowing for easy opening and a reliable seal. Lockable carabineer loops make the box easy to tether and internal cushioning acts as a barrier to impact.

The OtterBox Pursuit Series offers two different sizes designed to protect from the harshest elements:

  • Pursuits/20 provides 10 cubic inches for storage of keys, cash or a slim mobile device, such as the Apple iPhone 4/4S. Valuables are safe and secure in this classic case. Available in black, blue and clear.
  • Pursuits/40 has 20 cubic inches of internal capacity — enough room for sunglasses, a wallet and a smartphone such as a larger Android to stay connected and prepared. Available in black, blue and clear.

Whatever the pursuit, the new OtterBox Pursuit Series is the only option for protection. Visit www.otterbox.com for more information.

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