As a secret agent, I have been trained in many unique skills. One skill that recently came in handy was my training in high speed driving. We learn to outrun pursuit, drive while being shot at, and to drive backwards at very high speeds.
Besides training, gear is probably the second most important part of being a secret agent. On this last mission, I was grateful not only for my drive training but also for my rugged IRON ARMOR2 phone case. It comes with a holster with swivel belt clip included. It also has a really rugged dual layer construction for premium drop and shockproof protection.
But wait - I’m getting ahead of myself. Let me backup and explain the situation. On my last mission, I was assigned the task of breaking into the office of a illegal arms dealer. I was to break in, find a set of client files, and take photos of the documents. With this intel we would hopefully be able to bring down the whole illegal operation.
Things were going smoothly at first. I was able to get into the office undetected, find the files, and get the photos. It was as I was sneaking out that I was spotted by the guards.
I needed to get away fast. Thankfully, as I ran for the window, I spotted a set of car keys on the desk. Grabbing these, I jumped from the window and sprinted to the parked cars.
Just my luck - the keys I had grabbed were for the gorgeous new Ferrari sitting in the driveway. This was going to be fun!
Jumping in the car, I put all my training to the test. Speeding backwards out of the driveway, I managed to get a major head start. I was still being followed by the bodyguards though and I had to really push the car to its max.
I couldn’t quite loose the bodyguards in the slow freeway traffic. I decided I was going to have to lose the car and get away on foot. It was a busy day in the city and I would be a lot harder to spot in a crowd of people than I was in the fire red Ferrari.
Flying around a corner, I opened the car door and jumped. The Ferrari neatly soared over the guardrail and straight down into the river. Jumping up, I ran for it. Just as I thought, I was able to quickly lose the bodyguards and in a few blocks I was able to slow down and catch my breath.
Amazingly, my phone was still clipped into the IRON ARMOR2 holster on my belt. Not only that, the IRON ARMOR2 case is built to withstand drops from 2 meters and easily survived my jump and roll from the car.
I knew the IRON ARMOR2 case had been military grade standard drop tested so I wasn’t too worried. The hybrid thermoplastic inner skin and raised bezel for extra screen protection worked perfectly.
The phone was in perfect condition - not even a crack in the durable polycarbonate frame!
Overall, I was very impressed by the IRON ARMOR2 case. In addition to the protection, it is also facial recognition and ultrasonic fingerprint unlock compatible. It supports wireless charging and wireless Powershare and all the phone’s buttons and ports are easily accessible.
After this mission, I think I’ll pick it up in one of the other 3 colors you can choose from. You never know when you might need a backup. Better to be prepared.
Designed by Ghostek in New York
- Rugged Dual Layer Construction
- Durable Polycarbonate Frame with Kickstand
- Hybrid Thermoplastic Inner Skin
- Raised Bezel for Extra Screen Protection
- Holster with Swivel Belt Clip Included
- Military Grade Standard Drop Tested
- Withstands Drops from 2-Meters
- Facial Recognition Unlock Compatible
- Ultrasonic Fingerprint Unlock Compatible
- Supports Wireless Charging
- Supports Wireless PowerShare
- All Buttons & Ports Are Easily Accessible
- 3 Colors to Choose From
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