READING, England, February 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ —

Unique SAIF Material Keeps Smartphones and Tablets Safe From Drops and Shocks 

Cat® phones will launch a new range of Cat mobile phone cases and accessories at Mobile World Congress 2015.

Made from Shock Attenuation Injection Formula (SAIF) – a unique material which absorbs the impact of any drop – the cases are available for iPhone 6 and 6 plus (as well as models 4 upwards), iPad Air, Minis and 2/3/4 and Samsung S6, S5 and S4 smartphones.

Starting at GBP24.99 the Urban range is available now with two more distinct styles, the Utility, and the range topping Signature portfolio which has a stylish leather flip case design, coming soon.

"The Cat brand in synonymous with durability, quality and protection," says Simon Boyd, CEO of Bullitt Accessories. "The cases offer consumers something new in the market, namely unique protection from one of the world’s most recognisable brands."

Cat phones has also announced a range of rugged accessories for its own brand of mobile phones. The range includes a wireless charger, bike mount, car mount and car charger for the flagship S50 4G ruggedized smartphone as well as new accessories for the B15Q smartphone and B100 rugged feature phone.

The cases and accessories are available on-line at and from selected retailers across the US and EMEA. New cases will be added to the range as the device vendors announce new products.

Cat cases and accessories can be seen on the Cat phones stand at Mobile World Congress, Hall 6 E11. Journalists can collect a sample at the show by contacting

About Cat devices and accessories: 

The Cat brand stands for trust, durability, reliability and quality. The Cat DNA is found in every Cat mobile phone and accessory offered by Bullitt Mobile Ltd. and provides boundless experience with robust mobility. A new product was created for wireless communication that meets the great variety of needs of a demanding life.

To find out more about what Cat phones and accessories are made of visit

Analyst/media contact:
Paul Wooding