How can you protect your iPhone and give it an expensive makeover at the same time? Grab a bumper from Gresso’s latest collection of the most expensive accessories for iPhone 5/5S. The manufacturer of luxury communication devices and accessories has unveiled Gresso Titanium Bumpers made from Titanium grade 5.

Gresso_titanium_bumper_Monaco_M3The protective accessory also sports a dose of bling with brand’s logo chiseled out of yellow or white 18K gold. Clad with genuine Italian leather or exotic crocodile leather on the back panel, the bumpers range from $1,000 to $10,000.

Gresso_titanium_bumper_Monaco_M5Competing with form, even the function of the new bumpers boasts of distinctive features. Designed with one of a kind, innovative opening mechanism, the ultra slim bumper consists of upper and lower protective frames which are connected by means of hinges. The unique patent magnetic locks system makes the user-friendly bumper close and open up with a single move. This pioneering system eliminates the need of assembling too. Well designed to protect your smartphone from any mechanical damages, it is also shaped aptly to make all functional keys and ports available.

Gresso_titanium_bumperThis stylish protective accessory for an iPhone is made of solid titanium plate grade 5 which undergoes 8 hour process of machining and milling. Why titanium? Well, the key advantages of titanium are its unique protection properties. Hence the most expensive iPhone accessory is also the most durable case which is resistant to compression and bending. Furthermore, the body of the bumper is manually polished for 4 hours for desired appearance. This process also helps to make the case light and durable.

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The Gresso Titanium Bumper collection is available from March, 20, 2014 in range of models flaunting unique designs in two colors – original titanium color and black. The rich black color is achieved by using PVD-coating, a technology widely used in the manufacture of expensive Swiss watches. This feature also makes the case more resistant to scratches.

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