An iPhone 7 Case developed over two years in Byron Bay Australian.
An Australian wooden case that looks good, feels good, and is great for the planet too.
Our goal was to make an eco case but we spent as much time ensuring it would be protective too. This is by far our toughest and rugged case yet!
Harvest iPhone 7 case offers great phone protection without being bulky. A stylish eco alternative sure to impress.
100% COMPOSTABLE SHELL*
Throw the shell of the case in the compost and watch it break down in just 9 months.
Don’t worry it will not break down until you compost it.
Harvest case shells are made from super durable non–GMO corn starch and Australian Eco-Certified hardwoods which are both renewable resources. Ever had a coffee with a compostable lid? That is more than likely corn starch too. We just engineered it to protect your phone instead.
100% non-TOXIC SHELL
The colouring of the case is done with food grade tints.
The bio resins used to make the shell of Harvest case are rigid with the perfect balance of flexion. The robust shell wraps 1.4mm above the screen. An ideal barrier for those nasty drops.
Harvest iPhone 7 case is designed to take some hard knocks without falling apart. This case will not crack! Trust us when we say it is built to last!
Suitable for iPhone 7 (Will not fit 7 Plus)
Weight: 34g (1.19 ounces)
Dimensions: 70mm x 140mm (2.75′ x 5.5′)
Wood Species: Blackbutt* (Eco-Certified) – Native Australian Hardwood. We select all of our timber from a local source ensuring the highest quality and best features. We cut, sand, oil, and engrave each veneer in Byron Bay to provide an artisan style case that is tactile and beautiful.
Wood Grain: Straight with dark gum veins being a common feature.
Wood Colour: Light to medium brown.
*iPhone 7 Wooden veneers will vary as the product is natural and cannot be replicated making each case one of a kind.
99% PLASTIC FREE
*Remove the tape which binds the wood to the case before composting.
*Unlike some biodegradable plastics our cases will not require an industrial compost unit. A functioning residential unit will be sufficient.
‘Drifting’ was hand drawn by Brazilian artist Thiago Bianchini. He is renowned in the social media world for his highly detailed stippling work.
Using only dots to create works which contain so many hidden features. At iBark we love his work because its endless reference to nature.