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The Commuter Series is a slim and tough protective case made of a durable silicone mid-layer and a one-piece, custom-molded polycarbonate shell. Its smooth finish allows it to slide easily in and out of pockets. This case provides added protection against scratches, bumps and shock.
Saved my phone many times, the top part has broken but still works.Published 14 days ago by Matthew J Walters
It's been over a year since I ordered my Otterbox Commuter from Amazon, and I can now confidently say it's the best mobile phone case I've ever purchased. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dario A Traverso
Serves me well. Not too bulky, which is awesome. I have not dropped my phone in this case yet, although I have full faith that my phone will be well protected in this case.Published 8 months ago by Aaryn R.
This is a great case! It has survived disasters! I drop my phone a lot. At least once a day. With this case, my phone survived every single ding it took.Published 9 months ago by pimster
It's an Otterbox case, what more is there to say really? The name speaks for itself. It protects the heck out of your device. Made with a strong plastic and a thick silicone. Read morePublished 10 months ago by ocxmichael
The case is a bit bulky, but that's probably what you're going for when you purchase this case. It has a two-level shell and rubbery insert for double protection. Worked great. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Nicholas Dona
It's a wonderful product.
Fits snugly into my phone; my phone blends right in (maybe because they are the same color). Read more
"Thank goodness for Otterbox!" is a phrase I hear often, and sometimes say, myself. My mother and I both have an Otterbox case on our phones (though she has a different model than... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Deozaan
I've used many different cases but keep coming back to the otterbox. The reason being.. it provides awesome protection. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Matt David