Everything at totallee starts and ends with the details. From well-considered products and packaging to hand-signed warranty cards, totallee goes the extra mile to make the little things count. They even carefully inspect every single case they ship out to ensure it meets their quality standards.
Totallee’s elegantly thin cases are made for those who like the way their iPhone looks but know they need external protection. Even better, they don’t brand their cases, refusing to detract from your iPhone’s pristine aesthetic in even the smallest ways. Totallee keeps your iPhone looking like an iPhone.
For years, iPhone accessory makers have charged people upwards of $40 for a simple case. Totallee cuts out the middleman and sells directly to consumers, allowing them to offer high-quality cases for less than half the market price.
Buying an iPhone case should be a streamlined process without crowded parking spaces, long checkout lines, or a store being out of stock. Born online, totallee’s online shop is open 24/7; not only is it easy to navigate, but wearing pants is optional (cha-ching!) and shipping is fast and free.
Totallee loves it’s customers. You can ask for help or say “Hello!” via email, phone, Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Still communicate via carrier pigeons? They find a way to make it work. Customers love that totallee stands behind its products by backing every order with a 2-year, no-questions-asked warranty.
Totallee is a young and nimble company that started in 2013 and has since grown to a team of eight hard-working, creative individuals who care about the products they sell and about the people they sell them to. Every order is fulfilled through their cozy office in sunny South Pasadena, CA. Each package comes hand-signed by the person who packaged your order.
An iPhone case from totallee cost $19, whereas a case from the current industry leader runs you $39. Totallee makes the process as convenient as possible, shipping your order to your doorstep for free. The iPhone accessory world is crowded and convoluted, but one company is doing its part to change it.