Aussie brand Dog & Bone has released a ‘topless wetsuit’ waterproof case for the iPhone 5/s that achieves waterproofing to two metres for 30 minutes without covering the screen or Touch ID.

Fact is that we are an accident prone lot – of the 31% of Britons who dunk their phones – and this is the closest relevant Aussie statistic I can find – nearly half end up in the toilet.

It also adds shockproof to 2 metres and dirt and snowproof – giving it IP68 and Mil STD 801F ratings.

It achieves this via a waterproof boot that is clamped to the rim of the iPhone and around the Touch ID – add some micro-seals and that is it.

The makers claim that topless is the go – it does not inhibit the sensitivity of the touch screen as competitive case designs do.

The RRP is AU$79.95 available online.

Dog and Bone also make a wetsuit for the Samsung Galaxy 4 and a range of leather and textured cases.

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Ray Shaw ray@im.com.au  has a passion for IT ever since building his first computer in 1980. He is a qualified journalist, hosted a consumer IT based radio program on ABC radio for 10 years, has developed world leading software for the events industry and is smart enough to no longer own a retail computer store!

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