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Enhancing your grip

RhinoShield CrashGuard has a matte finish, which serves as a means of enhancing your grip on your device. The finish also serves to make the bumper more durable as it is harder to scratch.

Maximum protection, minimum size

Our goal is to cover up as little of your device as possible while adding maximum protection. The bumper is only 2.5mm thick and yet it still offers extreme protection.

As light as a pencil

The bumper is super-lightweight, weighing at only 12 grams (less than half an ounce) yet it is still fully capable of providing at least the same level of impact protection as many leading brands or any other brick-like case product.

Different colours, same protection

RhinoShield Crashguard was designed by Evolutive Labs. The team at Evolutive Labs is committed to innovation using our strong material science and engineering background.


About the CrashGuard Bumper Case

If you like to display the original design of your phone with a minimalist touch, you may want to go with the CrashGuard Bumper Case. Since it is a bumper style case, you can feel the back of the device as it only wraps around the sides, covering as little as possible. We offer several colors for you to choose from. This is the perfect option if you would like to have an Impact skin on your device.

We always recommend users to keep a screen and back protector applied onto your phone when using the bumper case to have optimal protection!

Disclaimer: Please note that this product NOT the same as the CrashGuard NX Case

Are there any other colors for CrashGuard Bumper for Android?


Does your CrashGuard Bumper for Android have removable buttons?

No, the buttons of our CrashGuard Bumper Cases for Android devices are fixed and are not exchangeable or removable. This is because most Android devices in the market have a single-button piece as volume rockers, which makes it difficult for us to design a button that clicks individually. 

Q: Are you thinking of making removable buttons for Android devices in the future?

We are definitely thinking of doing so, but at the moment, we do not have the capacity to implement this for our cases.