Incipio Organicore Cases Save Your Phone and the Earth!

I recently started cleaning out a junk drawer, and I’ll admit, I was pretty ashamed of how many old phone cases I had squirreled away. I can’t tell you where some of those phones are, but if you need a case for a 6-year-old Motorola phone…you should have asked me last week before I tossed a bunch of junk. All joking aside, the reality is that our gadgets have a pretty big ecological footprint. It’s possible to protect your phone and ease your environmental guilt all at once with Incipio Organicore cases.

Incipio Organicore

Incipio Organicore cases will protect your phone from drops and bumps and life, just like any other Incipio case. Still, unlike your junk drawer of phone cases, Organicore can be broken down into compost after you’ve moved on to a new phone. The packaging is also recyclable and uses eco-friendly water-based ink, so there’s very little waste! Incipio says you can still expect protection of up to 8ft drops, so you can beat up your phone without beating yourself up!

Incipio Organicore

Best of all, during the month of April, Incipio is working with Eden Reforestation Projects, planting 5 trees for every 1 case purchased from the Organicore line. Organicore has cases for the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy 20 and 21, as well as Airpods. So get a case for yourself, and help save the earth a little bit at the same time!

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1 Comment on "Incipio Organicore Cases Save Your Phone and the Earth!"

  1. Judging by the huge bins of old phone cases at the thrift store, an option like this can’t come too soon.

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