We are FriendlyCase
We're out to prove that you don't have to choose between protecting your phone and protecting the planet.
And we're doing it with style.
Did you know over a billion plastic
phone cases are sold every year?
That's enough plastic to make an army of toy flamingos
that could circle the Earth three times.
Now, we're not saying flamingos aren't cool, but that's a lot of plastic waste.
We've all upgraded our phones and bought a new case when Apple adds another megapixel to the camera or introduces a must-have focus feature.
But then we began sharing our house with a toddler...
His version of 'playing' with our phones was a little more Kid Rock than kid gloves.
So much so that we ended up buying more cases and delaying upgrades.
That was until we started to think about the impact all these plastic purchases were having. On top of that, we found that cases for older iPhones become more limited and less fun the longer you leave it between devices.
So, we decided to do something about it.
We created a range of eco-friendly phone cases
that are not only kind to the planet
but look and feel great too.
Made from great stuff
Our cases are made from really great stuff like bioplastic (that's biological 'plastic') and bamboo fibre, which means they're 100% biodegradable.
It also means they feel great (not slippy) in your hand and feature speckles of nature for a case that’s uniquely yours.
Keeping older phones fresh
They're also drop-tested for shock absorbance from a height of 5 feet (that’s the average height we hold our phones at and way taller than the average toddler).
Put simply – they're designed to last.
We're talking "outlast your current phone and the next one plus tantrums during the terrible twos" kind of durability.
Don't upgrade. Biodegrade.
Embrace less waste. Get yours today.
So, join us on our mission to save the planet one phone case at a time (we even plant a tree in celebration of every case sold) and let's create a world where style and older phones can peacefully coexist while protecting the planet for the next generation, including our destructive little toddler.