Take THE OFFICE Home With CASETiFY’s New Collection

Are you a fan of The Office? Are you also not planning on declaring bankruptcy anytime soon? (And that goes for doing it both legally and loudly to your coworkers.) If so CASETiFY has a collection just for you. Its newest lineup of tech accessories celebrates the best of Scranton, Pennsylvania’s most popular paper company.

The Office themed CASETify cases surrounded by other items from the show

CASETiFY is back with another exclusive set of items designed to protect your smart devices and their accompanying hardware. Its new The Office collection includes pieces that bring to life the wildly popular sitcom‘s best characters, scenes, and memorable moments.

You can get cases and more that pay tribute to “reams of paper, Schrute bucks, fun run, Wuphe, and Pam’s iconic drawing of Dwight as the flasher.”

Back of a smartphone with an The Office themed CASETify case surrounded by other items from the show

You can also opt for ones featuring Michael, Dwight, Angela, Pam, Toby, or Creed. Character cases come with the character’s employee ID badges.

For a short time you can also nab a limited-edition case that cooks up an ode to Kevin’s Famous Chili. (Right before his iconic disaster.) That will be available at the CASETiFY Co-Lab App for just two weeks. The nice thing about the Kevin case is if you ever drop your device into an actual bowl of chili you can at least laugh at the irony. (Well, at least you can before you start crying over your ruined phone.)

A CASETiFY The Office Rory Wheeler phone case

The collection ranges in price from $38 to $98. Unfortunately Schrute bucks are not actually accepted legal tender in any of the 100+ countries these ship to. (At least not yet.)The Office options are available in CASETiFy’s Impact, Ultra Impact, Clear, and Bounce cases. And they fit with iPhone, Samsung, Google Pixel, AirPods, AirPods Pro, wireless chargers, MagSafe wallets, MacBook, and iPad devices.

If you own all of those devices and buy a case for all of them you might actually have to declare bankruptcy. Just not the way Michael tried.

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