Obviously, you don’t want to drop your phone and see it go smashing into a million pieces. But you also don’t want to keep splurging on plastic cases that will spend the next bajillion or so years taking up prime real estate on planet earth. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to wrap your phone in a case that is cozy, stylish, secure, and environmentally friendly? Pivet, a phone case company headquartered in Austin, Texas, hopes to harness that desire to change the world, one 100% biodegradable phone case at a time.
Pivet, the Biodegradable Phone Case
Offered in three styles — Aspect, Sentri, or Zero — Pivet phone cases fit iPhones in X, 11, and 12 ranges, along with Samsung Galaxy S10s.
Pivet’s Zero model is billed as a case for people who don’t want a case. It has a super-low profile to keep your phone compact. The Sentri is slightly beefier, offering up to 10 feet of fall protection for devices. The Aspect takes the best from both, offering about 6.6 feet of fall protection in a slim profile.
Each style is available in several colors, but Pivet offers the Aspect in one additional colorway — a dark ocean blue. From each Aspect Ocean Blue purchase, Pivet siphons a portion of proceeds to support The Ocean Agency, an ocean conservation organization.
Pivet’s cases protect your phone while also protecting the environment. Pivet’s proprietary Self-Cycle technology draws upon 100% bioavailable TOTO-TOA-enhanced plastics in the construction of each case. TOTO-TOA enhancement attracts natural decaying agents found in “landfills, oceans, and soil” to ensure that the plastic in every case will completely biodegrade.
When you are done using your Pivet case, and if recycling is not readily available, all you have to do is toss it in the trash. Nature will do the rest.
Pricing on the latest run of Pivet’s cases ranges from MSRP $25 to $40. However, several cases for older model iPhones and Samsung Galaxy devices are on sale for as little as $10. Even at full price, a Pivet case is a great phone protection option that doesn’t break the bank. And you can’t really put a price on saving the planet, can you?
Learn more at mypivet.com.