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** How to spot fake Otterboxes **

Fake Otterbox cases are a growing problem, as customers on eBay and the
Amazon marketplace are receiving well-disguised knockoffs instead of the
real deal. With real and fake cases mixed together, it’s hard to know how
you can ensure you avoid the fakes – although avoiding suspiciously low
prices and buying from authorised dealers is a good start.

Today we recorded a video on fake Otterbox cases, showing you the
differences between the knockoff and the genuine article. We also discuss
how to spot fakes before you buy them, and what to do if you do end up
buying a replica case. The video is embedded below, but if you prefer to
read have a look at the script below!


This is Will from Mobile Fun, and I’m here to talk to you about something
a bit different than normal: fake phone cases.

So here I have the Otterbox Defender for the iPhone 5. Otterbox is one of
the most popular phone case brands in the world, so it’s no surprise this
case is well constructed and fits the iPhone well.

Here I have another case which we bought from Amazon, which looks very
similar to the Otterbox – but it isn’t. It’s a counterfeit, made to
look the same but at a lower price.

*The differences between fake and real*

There are some differences though, if you know what to look for. Probably
the most obvious is that there’s green tinted cellophane around the
screen protector of the fake one; Otterbox don’t use this. The clip is
also different – on the genuine article, the font is


how do you know if otterbox is fake

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