OtterBox launches Exo series of cases for Apple Watch

Exo (Image credit: OtterBox)

What you need to know

  • OtterBox has launched its brand new Apple Watch cases.
  • The Exo range covers Apple Watch Series 3, 4 and 5.
  • Prices start at just $20 on

OtterBox has launched its brand new Apple Watch cases, the Exo series, for Series 3, 4 and 5 Apple Watches. The new cases come in a variety of colors and are available at OtterBox and now!

The cases are made of Polycarbonate and feature a solid bezel to protect your Apple Watch display. They have a "sleek" design that "complements and seamlessly integrates" with your Apple Watch. They also have smooth bumpers to protect the display and the edges of your watch, meanwhile, a precision fit ensures it stays snug to your wrist. Best of all, all Apple Watch features will work as designed with the case!

The description states:

Guard the guardian of your activities with EXO Edge for Apple Watch — the Apple Watch Series 4/5 protective case with a precision fit. Its solid bezel, sleek design, smooth bumper and snug feel all combine to ensure your display stays intact and free from cracks no matter what you put it through.

Whilst these do add a little bulk to your Apple Watch, they're great for anyone who does a lot of outdoor activity, be it work or play, as this case will protect your watch and its display from bumps and scrapes. The range covers Apple Watch Series 3, 4 and 5, and cases are available in a variety of colors to fit both the 40mm, 42mm, and 44mm Apple Watch. They are available from OtterBox's own website where right now you can get 26% off! They are also available on and can be reserved to collect in store today!

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