Samsung Galaxy Note 8 N950F Real Original Carbon Fibre Strong Luxury Case Cover Nevox
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MADE IN GERMANY BY NEVOX
100% REAL FULL ORIGINAL GENUINE CARBON FIBRE THROUGHOUT NO PLATING THIS IS A FULL CARBON CASE
The presumably thinnest and lightest Samsung Galaxy Note 8 N950F SM-N950F Cover in the world.
It is our aim to produce the thinnest and lightest cover for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. For this reason we have developed a new material mix consisting of different fibers such as carbon and aramide.
The design of this cover perfectly reflects the visual appearance of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 due to low wall thickness and shape.
The significant material mix in connection with precise workmanship and processing is guarantor for extraordinary design, functionality as well as outstanding protection of rear wall and edges of the smartphone. At the same time operating buttons, plug connections and camera lense can be used without limitation. Light high-tech fibers such as carbon are not only used in Formula 1, but aramide fiber is also suitable in the security field (e.g. bulletproof vests) due to its special capabilities in energy input and absorption.
The three-dimensional surface structure ensures good hold and accentuates the special look of the fibers.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Carbon Case of real high-tech fibers - made in Germany
Remarkable 3D look in material, shape and precision
The non-slip haptics of the carbon considerably improves handling of the factory-provided quite smooth smartphone.
Extremely thin wall thickness under 0.4 mm at maximum durability
Free access to all functions, keys and plugs
Precise CNC treatment of key and camera gaps
No restrictions to transmitting and receiving power through our newly developed manufacturing process
Significant surface coating as in the automotive industry
Super-light 10 grams
The cover consists of a carbon-aramide mix.
No plastic-carbon film
No carbon-leather or plastic material in carbon design