Amazon Offering Ultimate Selfie iPhone As Part Of Prime Day Deals

Amazon offering awesome new iPhone case as part of Prime Day deals.

Want to “take selfies just like Kim Kardashian?”

That’s what a new iPhone case that Amazon is currently offering at discounts of as much as 25 percent off as part of its Prime Day deals promises.

The LuMee Illuminated Cell Phone Case looks pretty much like your average iPhone case — that is, until it lights up on the sides thanks to a series of LED lights around the edges of the casing. The lights can be turned off or on or up or down to suit your mood and lighting needs, and LuMee claims that they serve as a better flashlight than the iPhone’s current camera because they can light up your face while you’re taking a selfie.

Laugh all you want at this feature, but LuMee is billing it as the perfect selfie-taking assistant and promises “crystal-clear” selfies, while all your friends’ shots are dark, grainy or pixilated.

Kim Kardashian probably wouldn’t be caught dead taking that kind of selfie. Nope.

And now, you don’t have to either.

The LuMee Illuminated Cell Phone Case comes with a dimmer switch to control your lighting levels while you’re taking that “perfect selfie,” a rechargeable battery and charging cord that it claims lasts longer and works independently of your iPhone, “tough, impact-resistant plastic” to keep your phone safe from harm and cracking that has withstood drop tests and, of course, “light at the tip of your fingers. Perfect lighting is just a click away with an easy on/off switch.”

The LuMee Illuminated Cell Phone Case comes in white, black and rose and is currently being offered for several different versions of the iPhone.

Amazon says its Prime Day deal on the LuMee Illuminated Cell Phone Case will last four or five days.


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