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GreenCase ensures that every case we make is 100% Natural and Eco-Friendly. Every case sold = less plastic in our Environment.
We send out our products in packaging that is completely plastic free, and just enough for the case to reach you safely. No more, No less.
Enjoy free shipping nationwide, fast and secure checkout, and hassle-free exchange and returns.
Soft, flexible and smooth to touch is how the GreenCase can be described. Apart from being able to protect your phone and preserve the planet, the next most important thing is how a case feels in your hands!
It even has a faint sweet smell of Wheat Straw, from which it is made.
Every phone case, be it eco-friendly or not, NEEDS to also protect your mobile phone from drops and shocks…otherwise what’s the point?
GreenCase has been tested to beyond your average phone drop out of your hand, so you can rest assured that the job of a phone case is still getting done.
We take pride in ourselves on FREE shipping all over India. However, what we really stand for is minimal plastic-free packaging. Every product that ships out goes out in the minimum amount of packaging required to get the items to their destination safely and securely. No more, no less.
The GreenCase is made Wheat Straw + a bio based polymer, that is derived from annually renewable plant sources. Our material has been tested to be safe and free of phthalates, BPA, cadmium and lead and is verified to meet child safety standards.
Our material is completely recyclable with no degradation in quality and has a lower carbon footprint and lower greenhouse gas emissions than traditional plastic.
It returns to the nature, right back to where it comes from.
Laboriously and scientifically designed to protect your phone from drops and scratches as well as any traditional plastic case.
Precision cuts around speakers, charger, volume and power buttons.
Naturally Stain Resistant, and Fingerprint and Smudge proof.
Smooth to the touch, flexible with no extra bulk.
We started on this journey in September 2019. These are photos from our community so you can see what the cases look like in the wild!