Caviar’s Stealth 2.0 iPhone 13 series can stop bullets
Just over a year ago, Luxury brand Caviar showcased modified versions of the iPhone 12 series which removed all camera modules (front and rear) for privacy-conscious users. Now, the brand is ready with version 2.0 which also adds BR-2 class 2 bulletproof armor made by NPO TCIT - a brand that specializes in armored vehicles and combat helicopters.
The Stealth 2.0 iPhone 13 Pro/ Pro Max are advertised as strong enough to withstand a pistol shot as demonstrated by the video below and remain usable after. Caviar also has a version made out of high-impact titanium which is also touted to withstand a pistol shot and has all four camera sensors intact.
Like the previous Stealth series models, only 99 units will be produced. You can select between an iPhone 13 Pro or Pro Max with 128GB or up to 1TB storage. The most affordable version is $6,370 while the top of the line 13 Pro Max with 1TB storage is $7,980. Keep in mind that the phone only fends off up to two bullets, but the second one renders it unusable.
- 20 Dec 2021
Someone send this to Matt @ Demolition Ranch!
- 16 Dec 2021
Why they release this expensive bullet proof phone? Attackers are smart even if not trained. They should just release this phone before dinosaurs were born
- 16 Dec 2021
+ the bullet proof vest is propebly alot cheaper 😂