+ Saturday February 16th, 2019 Ausdroid » News and Editorial » Cygnett announces FitGrip case for Samsung Galaxy S 4


Accessories manufacturer Cygnett has announced the arrival of its FitGrip case for the Samsung Galaxy S 4, a hybrid case designed for users with active lifestyles.

Unlike the other cases in Cygnett’s range for the Galaxy S 4, this FitGrip case is designed with an hourglass shape and a grippy rubberised trim around the case which both makes it easy to grip, and gives you a firm hold on the case when in active use. The case design is also such that it will protect your precious phone if you drop it while at the gym.

The FitGrip case will be available later this month for a recommended retail price of $34.95 in a variety of colours, including charcoal and lime (as depicted above), white and black, charcoal and pink, charcoal and blue, and black on black.

We’ve got one of these cases to give away — we’re literally drowning in cases in the Ausdroid office! We’re not going to run this as a full-on competition, because that’s overkill.

Here’s the deal: tell us in the comments why you’d like to win this case, and undertake to write us up a quick review of your thoughts once you receive the case from us. Make sure your Disqus profile is linked to a valid email address, as we’ll use this to contact the best entrant. We’ll send you the case, you’ll play with it for a week or two, then write us up a brief review that we can post on here – a couple of hundred words and maybe a photo!

Get to it, gang!

Quick T&C: Prize is one Cygnett FitGrip case for Samsung Galaxy S 4 in Charcoal/Lime Green. Phone not included. Winner to be selected and announced by Monday evening 10 June 2013. Winner will, in order to receive their prize, be required to undertake to Ausdroid Media to write a guest review piece on the FitGrip case once they receive it for publication on the Ausdroid site.

Chris Rowland   Managing Editor

Chris Rowland

Chris has been at the forefront of smartphone reporting in Australia since smartphones were a thing, and has used mobile phones since they came with giant lead-acid batteries that were "transportable" and were carried in a shoulder bag.

Today, Chris publishes one of Australia's most popular technology websites, Ausdroid. His interests include mobile (of course), as well as connected technology and how it can make all our lives easier.

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Would love to play with Cygnett’s newest dual material case! Always been a fan of Cygnett’s Apollo series, this looks like the new replacement for them.

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