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Protecting Earth’s resources (by design) with lower impact alternatives

Responsible Premium

Creating world-class personal tech is one thing. Building it from high-quality materials with less environmental burden is another. By choosing to reuse waste and explore renewable sources, we minimize the impact of what your product is made of, so we can focus more on how it’s made.

REPLAY Certified Post-Consumer

REPLAY is the new standard for personal tech manufacturing. The process consists of collecting existing waste--such as plastic and aluminum--and turning it back into raw materials for new products. By merging 100% certified recycled materials and UL safety standards, REPLAY successfully combines sustainability targets with globally recognized product reliability.

Recycled Aluminum

Aluminum is a versatile, naturally-occurring element that is infinitely recyclable. It’s durable, lightweight and ideal for many types of components from charging cable heads to protective product housing. As an abundant existing waste stream, aluminum’s reuse potential is endless.

Recycled Polycarbonate

Polycarbonate is so enduring, all the CDs and DVDs ever made from it will remain in landfills a million years from now. So, we started collecting discs and using this high-grade material to create new products.

Recycled PET

PET (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic bottles are among the most common types of plastic waste materials in the world. Despite being one of the easiest to recycle, processing rates in the U.S. are dipping. Good news is recycled PET is ideal for making tech accessory components including internal structures, external housing, and fabric coverings.

Recycled Glass

Glass is 100% recyclable, and can be infinitely reused without loss in quality or purity as it’s capable of withstanding endless crush-melt cycles. Compared to producing virgin glass, using recycled glass requires 30% less energy to create, and reduces CO2 emissions by up to 50%. Over a ton of natural resources are saved for every ton of glass recycled.

Recycled Silicone

Silicone is less toxic than petroleum-based plastic and requires less resource extraction to produce it. A highly recyclable material, it’s commonly found in many electronics like computers, keyboards and phones for its durability, and resistance to moisture and extreme temperatures.

Organic Hemp

Hemp is a renewable resource like no other. As a product material, it’s lightweight, UV and mold resistant, and incredibly durable with three times the strength of cotton. As a natural crop, it helps regenerate soil and prevents erosion, requires little water and no pesticides, absorbs toxic metals, and even captures more carbon than trees!

Recycled Paper

Scrap paper is one of the most useful waste streams available today. Americans alone trash over 85 million tons each year. A highly recyclable material, scrap paper is used to create premium, biodegradable product packaging at a lower cost. Then afterwards, simply recycle it again.