Catalyst Introduces Total Protection Case for AirPods (3rd Generation), Apple Watch Series 7

Catalyst has introduced its Total Protection case for AirPods (3rd Generation) and Apple Watch Series 7.  The cases are completely waterproof to 330 feet (100m), made of tough, washable polycarbonate and can be disinfected with EPA approved disinfectants.

The Total Protection Case for AirPods (3rd Generation) is fully sealed, IP68 certified and can be submerged up to 330 feet for total and complete protection, according to Catalyst CEO June Lai. This case allows for drop protection up to 10 feet and can be washed with soap and water to reduce the amount of dirt and impurities on the surface can be cleaned using 70% isopropanol or 70% ethanol. 

The Total Protection Case comes with a carabiner that hooks on to a belt, bag or purse. It’s compatible with wireless/QI charging pads. There is also a waterproof plug for easy access to the standard lightning cable. The charging light is visible through the case, allowing users to be aware of the battery life of the device.

The Total Protection Case for Apple Watch Series 7 is built for adventure, exceeding military standards (MIL-STD-810G) for shocks and drops up to 6.6 feet. It can be submerged to up to 330 feet of water, offering 2X more waterproof protection than the Apple Watch, according to Lai. The material is rugged, shock-resistant and scratch-proof. The case can also be customizable with the Catalyst’s line of Sport Bands.

The case keeps devices protected and can be used with many of its functions, including, touchscreen, Bluetooth, optical heart sensor, speaker and microphone. The rotating digital crown and side button are fully protected and easily accessible. All-new cases and accessories are available for pre-order now on The Total Protection Case for AirPods (3rd Generation) costs US$49.99, while the

Total Protection Case Apple Watch Series 7 (45mm) is $74.99. 

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