The super tough fully customizable bumper case.
Drops of Color
RhinoShield CrashGuard NX™ is a bumper case with a difference. With a changeable rim and buttons, you are able to mix and match colors to make the case truly yours. The bumper style case does not cover up the phone’s back, giving you the choice to enjoy the device’s original design or slap on a skin for a personalized look. And of course, CrashGuard NX offers the same great impact protection you’ve come to expect from RhinoShield.
CrashGuard: An Evolution
CrashGuard NX is a modular version of our signature bumper case. With the original CrashGuard, RhinoShield set the standard for bumper cases. With CrashGuard NX, we are rewriting the rules.
Military Grade Protection
Our proprietary ShockSpread™ material provides impact protection of 11 feet (3.5m), despite being 20% thinner than other cases that offer a similar level of protection.
Read more: ShockSpread Features
Next Level Customization
More rim and button colors have been added to our selection for greater customization possibilities. There are now also special pre-installed color combinations to choose from.
Tough yet flexible
Our ShockSpread™ material is super tough, making it incredibly difficult to break. This is because the material is able to resist larger forces. This same property means the case provides a tight fit, preventing your phone from falling out during impact.
However, for a strong material, ShockSpread™ is surprisingly flexible. This means that the case bends slightly for easier installation, without permanent loosening.
RhinoShield cases are among the thinnest and lightest protective cases you can find. ShockSpread™ reduces overall volume by 40% and overall thickness by 22%. Our cases weigh an average of 30g – equivalent to a AA battery – or half that if using a bumper.
Better for you
We have formulated the new material with your health and safety in mind. Our latest cases have been independently tested and meet the US FDA food-grade standards.
They also contain no BPA, BPS or BPF – chemicals commonly used in plastics which have been linked to possible developmental issues in young children, as well as reproductive toxicity.