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HEX Drops DeLorean Collaborative iPhone Case

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HEX, award-winning fashion accessory brand, today announced the release of its new Apex case for iPhone 7 in collaboration with DeLorean Motor Company.

The new case takes design cues from the legendary car by using premium brushed metal and genuine leather materials, combined with a custom polycarbonate phone bed for device protection.

“Our design tastes obviously share common ground with DeLorean”, says Dan Maravilla, co-founder.  “It was a great honor to be able to work together to produce a visually stunning and high-quality product.”

The case itself is a new design with full bumpers around all edges of the device bed. 

The HEX x DeLorean Apex Case for iPhone 7 is priced at $49.95 and will be made available for the first time at the Agenda Tradeshow Festival Day in Long Beach, California on July 15, 2017.  The case will be available on HEX and DeLorean’s webstores following that.

For more information on the HEX x DeLorean Apex Case for iPhone 7 and HEX’s extensive line of products, visit the website, or follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

About HEX

Established in 2010, HEX is proud to bring fashion forward thinking to the often mundane world of tech apparel and merchandise. With over 20 years of design roots in the fashion industry, HEX has not only come on the scene, but stolen it. With a collection that showcases a stylish array of bags, wallets and cases, HEX has fused fashion with technology to create innovative products that will provide top-quality storage for all of your tech devices without inflicting any damage on your style. We’re here to serve… More information on HEX can be found on hexbrand.comFacebook, Twitter and Instagram.

About DeLorean Motor Company

DeLorean Motor Company and our affiliated dealers are the largest sources for new, original and reproduction DeLorean parts in the world.  Their facilities have the largest capacity to service and restore DeLoreans to show winning or daily driver status. They offer a complete line of performance upgrades, designed for DeLorean cars, as well as certified pre-owned DeLoreans, and newly built DeLoreans built to customer specifications.  More information on DMC can be found on, Facebook, and Instagram.



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