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Nadoli Bright Reflection Shiny Ultra-Thin Soft TPU Mirror Back S

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Nadoli Bright Reflection Shiny Ultra-Thin Soft TPU Mirror Back S

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Product description

Size Name:Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus  |  Colour Name:Rose Gold

Specification:

Main material: Soft TPU.
Color As Picture Shown

Feature:

1.)It is made of flexible thermoplastic polyurethane(TPU).Crystal Clear, Ultra Slim, Lightweight and while provides protection against daily wear and tear, scratches, marks and scrapes. Protect cellphone back and sides from scratching.Constructed from durable TPU to protect your phone from samll drop and shock.It will not get deformed after taking it off and putting it back on multiple times because it is highly flexible.
2.)All around protection for your device with a slim design.Access to all the controls and features.Perfect cutouts for speakers, camera and other ports.Easily to install and remove, without damaging or scratching the phone body.
3.)It wil gives your phone a special and fashion look,It is durable and can well anti-dust,scratches.
4.)This cover is fashional and Popular design, full protection of your smart phone, which also brings you a comfort hand feeling.

Package includes:
1x mobile phone case cover(without phone)

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Nadoli Bright Reflection Shiny Ultra-Thin Soft TPU Mirror Back S

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