Copper AirPods Pro Case Aeris Copper
Copper AirPods Pro Case Aeris Copper
Copper AirPods Pro Case Aeris Copper
Copper AirPods Pro Case Aeris Copper
Copper AirPods Pro Case Aeris Copper
Copper AirPods Pro Case Aeris Copper

Copper AirPods Pro Case

$24.00
  • AirPods Pro
  • AirPods
Antimicrobial copper protects your case
A+ defense against drops and bumps
Doesn't interfere with wireless charging
Real copper develops an elegant patina
Handmade in Chicago

Our Materials

The Copper AirPods case cover is specially formulated to retain its color. Because it contains pure copper, your case will develop a patina over time that is unique to you. 

The patina will first develop in the places where you most commonly touch your case, although over a span of days and weeks it will develop evenly. 

Please visit our FAQ for care instructions about removing the patina using common household items — although most people feel the patina enhances the style.

Other Considerations

The Copper AirPods case cover is designed to be another tool in your pandemic arsenal. It should be used in addition to, not as a substitute for, other measures like social distancing and mask usage. We encourage our customers to comply with all guidance issued by the CDC, and to take every possible precaution.  

The Copper AirPods case cover is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, and none of these statements have been evaluated by the FDA or EPA.

Questions? Send an email to hi@aeris.one


How it works

Copper's natural efficacy, reimagined.

Copper has antimicrobial properties that have been utilized for thousands of years. However, we have only recently begun to understand how it works. Modern science has repeatedly demonstrated the efficacy of copper surfaces in killing germs and reducing healthcare-acquired infection rates. Our technology takes the best of copper's natural properties and re-engineers them for 21st century life.

An army of ions, at your service.

Copper surfaces are charged with countless copper oxide ions. These ions form a defense network that rapidly attacks invading germs, flooding them with a lethal dose of ions. While there are a variety of mechanisms by which copper can kills germs, this "Trojan Horse" effect, illustrated on the left, is one of the most common. Copper ions are constantly working to protect your case with antimicobial activity.