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Last Updated: October 2nd, 2011

Who likes free stuff? You? Great, because we have some to give away (don't we always?)! Up for grabs today are three cases, courtesy of the awesome guys over at Otterbox. We all know and love Otterbox cases for the rugged, durable protection they provide our devices, but here's a quick look at each series of case.

Impact Series

Durable, simple, and stylish, the Impact Series is made of a molded silicon designed to protect your device from scratches, drops, dings, and other minor injury. It probably won't help if you toss your phone out of a helicopter, but how often could that happen?

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The Impact Series is available for a variety of devices, so head over to Otterbox's website to peep the full list.

Commuter Series

The Commuter Series is a good combination of protection and portability, so it will protect your device without adding an extra pound of weight or 6 inches of thickness to the device. It's a two-part system, consisting of a silicon bottom-layer wrapped in a poly-carbonate shell. Sounds fancy, no?

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This case is available for a whole slew of devices -- here's the list.

Defender Series

With a name like Defender, you would expect this series to be the most rough-and-touch of the bunch, no? Well, that's exactly what you get -- the Defender series is made to protect your device from nearly any hazard that life can throw at it. Otterbox spared nothing on this series, as it consists of "a clear protective membrane, high-impact polycarbonate shell and durable silicone." It even comes with its own, specially designed belt clip holster! It's the little things, Otterbox.

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Curious what devices the Defender Series is made for? Have a look.

What You Get

The three winners will get any Otterbox case they want (value up to $50). Want the lightweight, yet protective Impact case? No problem. Oh, the Commuter is more your style? It's all yours. Afraid you're going to send your phone to an early demise? Worry not, because you can score the Defender series and wrap that baby in a protective layer of brawn and awesome.

I've already mentioned the catch, but here it is one more time (in case you missed it the first go 'round): you can choose any case up to $50. Basically that means one thing: tablet cases don't apply. So, choose a case for your phone. Easy, right? Yeah, but still not as easy as entering.

How To Win

This contest is now over. Here are our winners, selected at random:

  • Scott R Olsen
  • Robert R Kax*****
  • Bill PlayingD****

Congratulations, guys - all of you will be contacted for your information in the near future!

Everyone else - keep participating and stay tuned to Android Police so that you don't miss our upcoming giveaway announcements. You can follow AP on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and RSS.

So, you know about all the goodies that Otterbox has to offer and what you get -- but how do you win? Simple: leave a comment, we'll pick the winners at random. Gotta love that kind of simplicity.

This is a worldwide giveaway. Go nuts.

Are you in the mood for a quickie? Because we are -- this contest ends Tomorrow, October 1st at 12:00 PM (Noon) PT, after which we will choose and notify the winners.

Go!

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • http://Google+ Elisa Whitaker

    I have a Evo 4G, I need a case for my baby:
    "Thanks <3 Android Police!

  • mastermind26

    Don't mean to sound like eeore but, "I Knew this would happen." I wish I'd actually win, once.

  • Chad Sprouse

    My epic touch needs this!

  • Nathan Castle

    I would love one for my Atrix 2 you guys make awesome products

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