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Starting today and only until Friday, Pitaka is offering the MagEZ Case 2 for iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max 10% cheaper. All you need is the discount code below, which you can enter during the checkout process at Amazon. According to the latest information, you have until October 29, 2021, at 8:00 a.m. The new MagEZ cases in the second version are compatible with MagSafe accessories and can be used at the same time with other Pitaka articles such as car holders, charging stations, stands and the like. The aramid fiber surface keeps your smartphone away from bumps and scratches.
The new MagEZ Case 13 from Pitaka has recently been available for the Apple iPhone 13, Apple iPhone 13 Pro and Apple iPhone 2 Pro Max. The protective cover is made of scratch-resistant 1500D aramid fiber and comes in a stylish black and gray color combination. There is a border around the camera on the back so that it is protected when the smartphone is put down and if it falls. The structured surface of the iPhone protective cover also ensures a better grip and thus a secure hold. Use with MagEZ and MagSafe accessories is possible. You get a 10% discount with the voucher code PITAKA13 during the payment process on the Amazon site.
As you have probably already noticed, the MagEZ Case 2 for the Apple iPhone 13 mini is missing. According to the manufacturer Pitaka, this will appear later. In addition, iPhone 13 versions of the MagEZ Case Pro and the Air Case from Pitaka will be available in November. There will also be a new car holder for Apple's new smartphones. When we receive the information about the launch of the new products, we will of course let you know. In the meantime you can do the Pitaka Air Omni charging station watch - with this you can charge iPhone, iPad, AirPods, Apple Watch and other devices at the same time. There are even wireless charging areas available for some devices.
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