Meet The Universe Case System


OtterBox has partnered with the world's leading consumer electronics brands to bring endless possibility to your iPhone. The new uniVERSE Case System features an ever-growing collection of swappable modules, including the Seek Compact line.
Whether you're using a thermal camera for home inspections or DIY jobs around the house, or while camping or hunting in the wilderness, you no longer have to choose between capturing thermal images and keeping your phone protected. .

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Protection you can trust

Protection you can trust comes from the swappable module built for the OtterBox uniVERSE Case System. Completely surrounding your Seek Compact camera, this durable polycarbonate module slides into the back of the compatible iPhone case, so do you don't need to leave your phone unprotected when capturing thermal images. Simply pop open the lens cap, use the handy latch at the back to secure it, and See the Unseen.

Quick to connect and detect

This device is portable and easy to pack away for any occasion. It combines powerful thermal insight with a 206x156 sensor, a 36-degree wide field of view, and runs off the low energy from your smartphone. Your iPhone display makes this as visual and large as your screen. Seek Compact uses advanced infrared technology to let you see thermal images, day or night, at distances ranging from a just few inches up to 320 metres away.

Extra-range thermal imaging camera for your iPhone.

The CompactXR delivers powerful thermal imaging through its advanced 206x156 thermal sensor. Its narrow 20-degree narrow field of view allows it to detect heat signatures up to 580 metres away, making it ideal for outdoor use while hunting, or in the wilderness.

Protection you can count on

Comes from the swappable module built for the OtterBox uniVERSE Case System. This durable polycarbonate module totally surrounds your Seek CompactXR, then slides into the back of the compatible iPhone case, so do you don't need to leave your phone unprotected when taking thermal images in the outdoors.

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