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Do you even text, bro? World’s heaviest iPhone case weighs 10kg

Gains, bro. It’s all about those sweet gains. And you gotta get those gains in any way you can. Because all gains are good gains. Amirite, Brotato chip?

Enter perhaps the most ridiculous phone case slash gym accessory ever concocted. Enter the “SoftBank SELECTION 10kg ultra super macho case for iPhone X”

Effectively, it’s a 10kg dumbbell with a holster for an iPhone X that costs £100 (around $75).

The shockproof case is designed to be viewed at an incline of 25 degrees and is designed so that users can watch movies.

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Softbank also said (via Mashable) it can be used “while watching videos etc. check the correct form and ideal figure.”

The company’s promotional material also features people using it as a makeshift hammer or doorstop.

Softbank has also won the approval of several high profile Japanese bodybuilding champions. So there’s that too.

Are you in, bro? Is sounds like a sweet way to cultivate some additional mass while going about your daily business. Let us know your thoughts @TrustedReviews on Twitter.

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