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What's Love Got to Do with It? Give Your Smartphone a Valentine's Gift This Year

FORT COLLINS, Colo., Feb. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Whether planning a romantic night on the town with a sweetheart or a trip to the slopes to avoid Valentine's Day entirely, most tech users will admit they are in a serious relationship with their smartphone. Defend that love from all the bumps, dings and drops life throws at it with an OtterBox® protective case.

Preserver Series for iPhone 5/5s, Defender Series for iPhone 5/5s, Commuter Series for Samsung GALAXY S 4, Commuter Series Wallet for Samsung GALAXY S 4. (left to right)

OtterBox offers a variety of protective solutions for devices from today's leading mobile technology companies. Each case is designed to allow full functionality of the device while defending from both common and uncommon mishaps. In the spirit of the holiday, select OtterBox cases are available in flirty color combinations.

The Preserver Series® is a waterproof case designed with a solid plastic frame, overmolded bumpers and a device-cushioning interior foam that absorbs shock to protect from drops up to 6.6 feet and submersion in up to 6.6 feet of water for 30 minutes.1 The case is available for Apple® iPhone® 5/5s and Samsung® GALAXY S® 4 and comes in several colors, such as primrose, a striking pink and slate grey combination.

The Defender Series® is an OtterBox classic, custom-designed to provide reliable protection for a wide range of devices.2 A polycarbonate shell and synthetic rubber slip cover combine to fight off drops and shock. Port covers block the accumulation of dust and lint, and the built-in screen protector guards against scratches and scrapes to the glass display without inhibiting touch screen capabilities. The Defender Series is available for a variety of devices with love-hued options, including the new harmony pink design for the iPhone 5/5s.

Commuter Series® and Commuter Series® Wallet are built for people who are on the go and need slim, pocket-friendly protection for their device. The Commuter Series combines a self-adhering screen guard, a synthetic rubber slip cover and sleek polycarbonate shell for dual layer protection from bumps, dings and scratches.3 The Commuter Series Wallet provides the added bonus of a secure sliding drawer that can fit up to three cards and a bill. The Commuter Series is available for many of today's popular smartphones and has an array of color options, including multiple pink combinations. The Commuter Series Wallet, available for Apple iPhone 5/5s and Samsung GALAXY S 4, has a primrose color option available.

Lovingly wrap your smartphone in the embrace of an OtterBox this Valentine's Day. For more information and limited time free shipping for the holiday, visit otterbox.com.

About OtterBox:
Starting with something as simple as a box, OtterBox® was founded in 1998 with a line of indestructible dry boxes. Today, OtterBox is the No. 1-selling case for smartphones and offers an extensive lineup of premium screen protectors and other device-enhancing accessories that complement various consumer lifestyles.4

OtterBox's strong relationships with the leading mobile device manufacturers, retailers and wireless services providers delivers unrivaled value, world-class customer service and a continued commitment to premium product quality.

OtterBox has been a six-time honoree on the Inc. 5000 ranking of fastest growing private companies in the U.S., recognized by Forbes Magazine on 'America's Most Promising Companies' and is a repeat honoree in the Great Place to Work® annual survey published by FORTUNE Magazine. The family-owned, private company has global headquarters in Fort Collins, Colo. and offices in Boston, San Diego, Cork, Ireland and Hong Kong.

For more information, visit otterbox.com. We've Got Technology Covered.

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Notes:

1 Results may vary.

2 Defender Series NOT protected against water. Will provide some added protection against drop, bump and shock.

3 Commuter Series and Commuter Series Wallet NOT protected against water. Will provide some added protection against bump and shock.

4 Source: The NPD Group/U.S. Consumer Retail Tracking Service/November 2010March 2013

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