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G-Form case for iPhone can survive a slap shot

Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas may not have blocked enough shots to keep the Bruins in the Stanley Cup playoffs this year, but he's gotten really good at keeping iPhone's out of the five-hole. G-Form has launched a new line of extremely protective iPhone cases, and to show off their durability, they lined them up for a few slap shots at Thomas. Check out the video after the break.
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