Tech21 15" Pure Tint Case for MacBook Pro
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Introducing tech21 Pure Clear for MacBook
Tech21 Pure Clear for MacBook
Introducing Pure Clear for MacBook
Scientifically proven materials protect from drops
Easy snap-on installation
Ultra thin & lightweight
Low profile non-slip feet minimize vibrations for smooth typing
Full access to all ports
Also available in Carbon
The Tech21 Pure Tint Case incorporates subtly coloured translucent materials, smart design and high-performing impact materials that safeguard your MacBook while showcasing its original beauty.
Translucent with a hint of colour to reveal your MacBook’s beauty
Ultra-thin and lightweight yet fully protective
Contains high-performing impact materials
Low-profile non-slip feet for a stable typing platform
Lifetime limited warranty included
What’s in the Box
Tech21 Pure Tint Case
Form factor: Snap-on
Length: 24.6 cm/9.69 in.
Width: 35.6 cm/14.02 in.
Depth: 2.3 cm/0.91 in.
Weight: 349.27 g/12.32 oz.
UPC or EAN No.: 5056234714232
Note: Apple’s one-year limited warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if they are packaged or sold with Apple products. Non–Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer’s warranty provided by the product manufacturer. Please see the product box and literature for details. Rights under the product manufacturer’s warranty are in addition to any rights you have under Australian consumer law.
- MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2016–2019)
Answers from the community
Does this case fit the new MacBook air 13 inch?
- Asked by Joyce M from Aspen
- on 18 Jan. 2019
No, it does not. I found this out the hard way - don't make the same mistake I did! I got my new c No, it does not. I found this out the hard way - don't make the same mistake I did! I got my new computer today and had purchased this a couple weeks ago and it is definitely TOO BIG for the new MacBook air with touch ID.
- Answered by Carrie R from Draper
- on 12 Mar. 2019
Will this fit the new MacBook Pro 13" (2019) addition?
- Asked by Tim R from Richmond
- on 1 Aug. 2019