Apple’s iPhone X is only narrowly less slippery to hold than the vest bar of soap that money can buy, and that unfortunately means that it is very, very easy to drop.

All smartphones seem to have an unhealthy attraction to the floor and that ultimately leads to an untimely demise for all but the most rugged of devices.

And rugged is not something most iPhone X owners would call their pride and joy. For that reason alone many people like to keep their iPhones in cases, and there are few better than the official Apple Leather Case.

Unfortunately, as is usually the case with well made, good looking accessories the Apple Leather Case is not a cheap purchase. As standard, and no matter which color you choose, you are normally looking at an outlay of $49 in order to clad your iPhone in Apple’s finest Italian leather.

That’s not cheap, but given the quality of the cases, it’s not too exorbitant either. Still, everyone likes to save some money, right? Enter this deal!

Apple iPhone X Leather Case features:

They’re made from specially tanned and finished European Leather, so the outside feels soft to the touch and develops a natural patina over time.

The machined aluminum buttons match the finish of your Leather case, while a microfiber lining inside helps protect your iPhone.

You can keep it on all the time, even when you’re charging wirelessly.

Right now, you can head on over to Amazon and pick up an iPhone X Apple Leather Case for just $28.50. There’s an on-page coupon code that will need to be used, and unfortunately this only appears to be available in the Taupe color. There are indeed discounts to be had on all of the colors on offer, but it’s the Taupe that has the biggest discount so if that is on your wishlist, now would be a great time to click that Buy button.

What are you waiting for?

(Buy: iPhone X Leather Cases from Amazon: Up to 45% off)

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