Prepare your iPhone XS for the great outdoors with the rugged X-Ranger case in marine blue. With a handy kickstand and a secure compartment for the included multi-tool – or the card of your choice – you’ll be ready for anything.Tough utilitarianprotection for your iPhone XSYou don't need to be a intrepid outdoors person to make use of the X-Rangers capabilities. Buy hey, if it's designed for the great outdoors, it's pretty much good for everyday use too. Featuring a robust multi-layered design, the Olixar X-Ranger provides excellentprotection for your iPhone XS and just might be the best all-round utilitycase available. This hard-wearing tough case safe-guards your phone against whatever nature can throw at it, keeping it secure at all times – even in the most extreme of conditions. With rubberised non-slip bumper pads, textured brushed metal effect surfaces for extra grip, a secure multi-tool / card compartment and a handy flip out kickstand, few other cases come close to the protection and features on offer here. The X-Ranger is suitable for commuting, outdoor travel and everyday use in equal measure.Multi-tool inside for every eventualityGadget lovers, the intrepid andcamperswill love this, but most people will need it at some point and be mighty glad it's there. What are we talking about? The included multi-tool of course. Though you can choose to store a credit car in the hidden compartment if you wish, there will be nothing quite so useful or essential than the stainless steel multi-tool that forms part of X-Ranger's utilitarian charm. Whether you need to open a letter, can or bottle, tighten a nut on a bike or other equipment, take a quick measurement or cut / saw something to size, the multi-tool has it all covered.What we have in this one-stop shop of functionality is this:Ruler (metric and imperial), filer, screwdriver, bottle opener, can opener, cable peeler, protractor, phone stand (to be used with a credit card or similar), letter opener, puller, knife blade, side blade, saw blade, keyring hole, butterfly wrench, a hex bolt wrenches in sizes ranging #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13 and #15. That's quite a lot from one small tool, but it's all there. Has a phone case ever provided so much capabilities? Have you ever had so much with you in one small place to take on the world? Probably not.Enhanced drop protection and gripFirst and foremost, the X-Ranger is designed to protect the Apple iPhone XS and protect it does, with some aplomb. Composite layers of shock-absorbing thermopolyurethane and ultra-resistant reinforced polycarbonate take all the punishment your daily travel and use can throw at your phone, including drop protection. The front facing lip is raised ever so slightly above the level of the screen, meaning it will keep your screen off flat surfaces so it doesn't get scuffed or dirty. Reinforced corners are designed to deflect shock force away from your phone and the corners are the most vulnerable areas of any phone or case. Likewise, the phone's vulnerable buttons are catered for with generous and fully functional covers.Secure quick access compartment for multi-tool or card storage and accessThe Olixar X-Ranger case features an ingenious back compartment that can hold either the included multi-tool or a credit card-sized object or your choice. Access is gained by lifting the kickstand compartment up. This is a secure and ingenious way of storing your most vital cards and also means you can leave your wallet at home if you want to.Built-in kickstandLocated at the back of the case is a super-convenient flip-out kickstand. Folding completely flat when not in use, the kickstand can be called upon at will, allowing you to effortlessly watch media at any time and in any place in both landscape and portrait. It's stable enough to use anywhere.Stylish militarised industriallookThe sleek military styling andslimline constructionof the X-Rangercase combines to create a case that perfectly compliments theiPhone XS's stunning design. With it's dual material design, tough talking rugged aesthetics and angular detailing and clean lines, the X-Ranger is very much a case for modern times and all situations. The brushed metal effect not only looks great but also aids grip significantly, meaning you're less likely to drop your phone.Access to all ports and featuresWith full access to all of the iPhone XS'sports and features, the Olixar X-Ranger Case allows you to use your phone as you would normally, but with the added peaceof mind that this highly protective case.
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Vitesse Semiconductor announced Monday that it will buy Exhibit Technology in an all-stock deal valued at about $95 million. Vitesse, a maker of chips for communications equipment, will issue 4.4 million of its shares for all outstanding shares of Exhibit. Camarillo, Calif.-based Vitesse expects the purchase to dilute earnings by 1 cent a share for each quarter during the second half of calendar year 2001. Up to an additional 2.5 million shares of Vitesse stock will be awarded to shareholders of Exhibit when certain performance goals are met Olixar X-Ranger iPhone XS Tough Case – Marine Blue. Exhibit makes high-speed communication chips for Ethernet networks and operates out of Herlev, Denmark..
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