for Galaxy S22 Ultra
Protect Your Device and the Planet
Gear4 is serious about strength and sustainability. So, we’ve created the flexible Copenhagen case made with D3O® Bio, the world’s most advanced, plant-based protection material. Copenhagen is made with sustainable and recyclable materials for responsible manufacturing. With the Copenhagen case, you can protect your device and the planet.
13 ft of Drop Protection
Copenhagen is made with D3O®, the world’s most advanced impact protection, trusted by military, sports, motorcycle, and industrial professionals. D3O® is a pliable, flexible material that hardens on impact, dissipating shock and protecting your device.
Contains Antimicrobial Treatment
Copenhagen contains an antimicrobial agent with properties built in to protect your case by inhibiting the growth of odor-causing bacteria and guarding against degradation from microorganisms.
Wireless Charging Compatible
Wireless charging is a must in a world that never stops. All Gear4 cases are wireless charging compatible which means you can drop your phone on any wireless charging pad for a quick charge without removing your case.
Slim, Lightweight Case
Powerful protection doesn’t have to be bulky. The slim design of our cases allows your device to fit easily in your pocket and look stylish in your hand.
Made with Sustainable Materials
Copenhagen is made with D3O® Bio, a plant-based protection material made with 52% renewable resources, as opposed to fossil-based resources. Copenhagen is also partly constructed from recycled plastics and contains post-consumer waste or post-industrial regrind.
Gear4 cases wrap to the front of the phone to provide edge-to-edge protection. So you can take your phone on any adventure.
*Mil Std 810G 516
**Plant-based materials are preferable to petroleum in generating bio-plastics because plants grow at a faster rate than they are used.
***Contains an antimicrobial agent with properties built in to protect your case by inhibiting the growth of odor-causing bacteria and guarding against degradation from microorganisms.