LifeproofLifeProof announced this past Tuesday that they’re offering a Total Water Protection Program for the Apple iPhone and iPad to anyone who purchases a LifeProof case from their website.

LifeproofThis optional program takes the protection of these devices to an entirely new level by offering a one-time repair or replacement of the device if it sustains accidental water damage while in one of their cases.

LifeProof cases are advertised as being waterproof, submerged down to 6.6 feet deep, as well as being dirt proof, snow proof and shock proof. The Total Water Protection Program will offer consumers even greater peace of mind. Available as of Tuesday, April 2, 2013, the program offers protection against water damage for one full year after purchase and registration on their website.


“LifeProof created an entirely new category of protective cases that are slim and sleek enough to use every day,” said Gary Rayner, LifeProof’s CEO, as part of the promotion. “We are always looking for ways to offer people more freedom to use their devices, so it makes sense for LifeProof to pioneer the Total Water Protection Program. LifeProof cases already provide consumers the freedom to use their mobile device in water,” he added. “Through this program, we are able to offer [iPhone and iPad users] even greater peace of mind to use their device everywhere and with everything they do, without worry.

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  1. This is a lie. Lifeproof refuses to replace any devices. They will only replace a case which is useless if the phone is damaged since the case doesn’t work and isn’t waterproof. Two customer service reps told me there has never been a device guaranty or replacement policy in place. Lifeproof cases are a complete rip off. They are quick to replace the case but I’ve been through so many it hardly seems worth the hassle. And now that the case failed and my phone is ruined they basically told me to pound sand.

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