Turn your Galaxy S24 and iPhone 15 into a wallet with the vena cover

Protect Your Smartphone in Style with Vena’s Ultimate Smartphone Covers

If you are looking for a smartphone cover that provides ultimate protection in case of a crash, then vena’s vCommute cover is the perfect choice. This cover has a hardened structure made of two-layer polycarbonate and TPU, which helps your phone survive 26 drops from a height of 1.22 meters. With its comfortable grip and protection for physical buttons, this cover allows for wireless charging and use with magnetic mounts in the car.

For those who prefer a lighter and thinner option, vena also offers the OutCross cover. This cover provides excellent drop and shock protection, with an elevation in the lens and screen area for better protection. However, over time, the color of this cover may start to fade. The OutCross can be purchased for 55 to 110 shekels (15 to 30 dollars) depending on the model and sale.

Both covers come with additional features that make them even more useful. The back of the vCommute cover includes a compartment for storing three physical cards, which can be accessed by opening the back part of the cover. This part also serves as a stand for watching movies on your smartphone. On the other hand, the OutCross has an elevated lens and screen area that provides better protection against drops and shocks while also allowing you to use your phone without any hindrance.

In conclusion, vena offers durable and protective smartphone covers with additional features like card storage and a stand for watching movies at affordable prices ranging from NIS 110 to 185 (30 to 50 dollars) or 55 to 110 shekels (15 to 30 dollars) depending on the model and sale.

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