Samsung Galaxy S9 Case

A scientist holding a test tube

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Case

This case makes your Samsung Galaxy S9 just as unique as you are. Personalise your smartphone with flexible covers, and outfit your phone in no time. It keeps the phone safe from scratching, and it’s designed to withstand daily wear and tear.
    Fits the Samsung Galaxy S9
  • Consists of an elastic rubber casing with an aluminium, white cover plate that can be put in the case
  • Cutouts for cameras and connections
  • Buttons can be pressed through the rubber
  • Material: Rubber, aluminium
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Samsung Galaxy S9 Rubber Case
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A chemist is a scientist who deals with topics from chemistry. Job title chemist is not protected.
Tags: profession, Professor, chemistry, biology, researchers, scientist, Test Tube, Scientist, Biology, Silhouette, Research, microscope, pictogram, professor, Chemistry, laboratory, silhouette, Man, job, Career, chemist

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