Fili Case is the Philippines' first plant-based case! You can make a positive impact on the planet today by switching to the #feelgood case with a cause!
Why choose your Fili Plant-based Case:
Reduces your plastic waste
Made of wheat fiber material
High quality and durable
Feels matte to the touch
Shockproof corners absorb impact from drops up to 3-4 feet
Raised bezel for screen protection, and camera protection
Easy to attach, and remove from device
Each Fili case plants one tree in the Philippines
*Kindlynote that the Philippines does not yet have facilities that can process PLA, but it is considered eco-friendly due to the lesser amount of fossil fuel used as well as its lower amount of carbon emissions in production. It is far from perfect as it is harder to recycle/post-process compared to traditional plastic alternatives.
Remove Fili case from your device
Use soap and water to clean Fili case
You may use a microfiber cloth to rub the hard dirt off
Rinse with water
Do not use alcohol to clean your Fili case as it may alter the color. Keep away from sharp objects, such as keys, pocket knife, etc.
Case Thickness: 1.10 cm (Front Lift: 1 mm / Back Lift: 1 mm)
PBAT (polybutyrate adipate terephthalate) is a biodegradable random copolymer. A major advantage of PBAT is its compostability, in contrast to polylactic acid (PLA), where industrial fermentation conditions (60ºC) are necessary.
PLA plastic or polylactic acid is a vegetable-based plastic material, which commonly uses cornstarch as a raw material, or in this case: wheat straw. PLA is a fully biodegradable thermoplastic polymer consisting of renewable raw materials.
Polybutylene succinate (PBS) (sometimes written polytetramethylene succinate) is a thermoplastic polymer resin of the polyester family. PBS is a biodegradable aliphatic polyester with properties that are comparable to polypropylene.
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