Catalyst Waterproof Apple Watch Case Shows off IP68 Rating

Apple Watch has a water resistance rating of IPX7, but I still won’t go swimming with the watch. Apparently Catalyst has thought about it and released an Apple Watch case with IP68 waterproof rating.

Catalyst IP68 Rated Waterproof Apple Watch Case

This is a durable and reliable waterproof case that works with 42mm Apple Watch. As we can see from the images, the waterproof Apple Watch case shows off a tough and sleek design, and its slim profile matches the smooth design of your Apple Watch.

Meanwhile, the case comes in three color options for different users, and its signature rotating crown dial not only protects Apple Watch’s digital crown, but also adds a pop of stylized color to perfectly accent the waterproof case wrapping around your smartwatch.

Catalyst IP68 Rated Waterproof Apple Watch Case

The Apple Watch case meets MIL-SPEC 810G standards. This means the case is tough enough to protect your smartwatch from drops from a height of 4 feet. Most importantly, each the rugged case has been tested under IP68 waterproof rating, which means that you can freely swim and dive under water with your Apple Watch, and its waterproof housing completely protects your watch the corrosive nature of salt water in ocean.

In addition, the exposed face lets you access the touchscreen of your watch, and you can easily access to all Apple Watch features including heart rate sensor, wireless charging dock, microphone and speaker. Apart from that, a custom 24mm quick-release NATO nylon wrist strap perfectly matches the waterproof case.

Catalyst IP68 Rated Waterproof Apple Watch Case

Catalyst waterproof Apple Watch case has been available for preorder. Each is priced at $59.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Catalyst for its more details. Additionally, also don’t miss the Colors Apple Watch case and more cool stuff by following tags.

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