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Lunatik Taktik 360 and Aquatik promise to keep your iPhone 6 safe

A company has taken to Indiegogo to launch two new cases for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

Named Lunatik, they’re the same people behind the Taktik Extreme, which launched in 2012. It claims the Taktik 360 and Aquatik are its most advanced cases ever.

Both have an IP68 rating, which means they have an airtight compression closure that’s dustproof, as well as waterproof up to an hour to a depth of two metres.

Both exceed military standards when it comes to shock protection too, so you can drop your handset with impunity. It should even stop the iPhone 6 Plus from bending.

The Taktik 360 features a patent pending compression closure system and single latch closure. A Corning Gorilla Glass lens protects the screen while still letting you pinch and swipe. It has tapered edges, a non-slip bumper around the edge, and an interior suspension core protection lattice.

It’s so secure, you lock your phone into it using a key.

The Aquatik, meanwhile, is a little easier to get on, but no less protective. Instead of a key, you snap your phone into it. It has the same interior suspension core protection lattice, Gorilla Glass screen protection, and non-slip bumper.

It’s already raised $50,000 of its $100,000 funding goal, and there are still 30 days to go. The cases are expected to ship in March 2015, but if you can’t wait that long, the company will send you a Seismic case for the iPhone 6 in January to tide you over.

Read more: iPhone 6 vs iPhone 5S: Should you upgrade?

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