Protects & Preserves Our Oceans
Pela donates a % of every sale to Ocean Cleanup and Preservation Initiatives. Every case sold = less plastic in the ocean.
Biodegradable & Eco-Friendly
100% Compostable. Made from Flax shive and a plant based biopolymer create the base for our compostable cases
Screen Protection Guarantee
If your screen cracks while wearing a Pela Case (excluding Slim) AND our liquid screen protector, we'll pay for the repairs.
100% Happiness Guarantee
Enjoy free shipping worldwide, fast and secure checkout, and hassle-free exchange and returns.
Just clean your case and ensure its surface is dry, dust free and clear of oily marks, then mark the area where you want your Griply to go (the leaf icon sits at the bottom.) Peel, stick and press firmly. Our strong adhesive will keep Griply securely on your Pela case. For best results, allow 24 hours to cure before using.
Griply loops securely around your finger to hold your phone in place—perfect for all your adventures. Outside of being able to protect your phone and protect the planet, the next most important thing is how a case feels in your hands!
While we pride ourselves on FREE shipping in Canada and USA and very cheap shipping to most of the planet, what we really stand for is minimal packaging. Every product that ships out goes out in the minimum amount of packaging required to get the items to their destination safely and securely. No more, no less.
The Pela Case is made of Flaxstic®, which is comprised of compostable bioplastic elastomer and flax straw materials. Our material has been tested to be safe and free of phthalates, BPA, cadmium and lead and is verified to meet child safety standards in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Our base material meets U.S. (ASTM D6400-04) and E.U. (EN 13432) standards for composting in an industrial composting facility and has a lower carbon footprint and lower greenhouse gas emissions than traditional plastic. It can also be left to biodegrade in a home composting environment.
We shipped more than 376,000 cases in 2019. These are photos from our community so you can see what the cases look like in the wild!