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100% bio-degradable
Non-toxic
Vibrant colours

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Wilma's 100% Bio-Degradable Phone Eco-Case

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R369

Retail: R600

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Wilma’s origin is making fashionable mobile cases. With their new collection "Stop Ocean Plastic Pollution", they combine this origin of Wilma with a sustainable approach to production and choice of materials.

Wilma has created a collection using bio-degradable materials, capable of breaking down into carbon dioxide and water without leaving any toxic residue behind. The raw material in our case has been certified biodegradable by European Standard EN 13432.

Stop Ocean Plastic Pollution

The world’s oceans cover more than two-thirds of the globe. Do your best to help it thrive and unleash the absolute magic of its nature and wildlife by using products that end up in the sea damaging the ecosystem. Wilma SOPP cases are made from a blend of PLA and PBAT materials that will compost away leaving no harmful plastic residues.

Stop Ocean Plastic Pollution collection is inspired by just that, the Ocean. From waves to turtles and living corals. With shades of blue and deep colours, dream away to the deep blue sea and golden beaches.

Product Features
  • 100% bio-degradable and free from toxins
  • Made from a blend of PLA and PBAT materials
  • Vibrant colours
  • Fashionable

 

 

 

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We're big believers in retail therapy

The stats we're presenting here are based purely on our staff, who make up a tiny percentage of the general population, but they tell us that 100% of our staff that ordered something online exhibited signs of excitement when that thing was delivered.

We know the saying "Money can't buy happiness", but you don't often see someone crying on a jetski - and not just because all that water splashing around would make it hard to identify the tears in the first place.

Although we do have to ask: if our savings are this good, shouldn't we be calling it discount therapy instead?

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