Product Info


Zero Gravity started out as a brand from the perspective of fashion and art. Also focused on creating an original iPhone case mold to protect and provide a comfortable easy-to-use feature. The case comprises two materials: PC (polycarbonate) and TPU (provides flexibility).

The corners of the case are the most susceptible to impact in case of a fall, and the TPU is thickened to provide better protection. A small logo mark is also included.

The material is moderately flexible and can be easily bent by hand.

Whether you are using an iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, or the recently released SE 2G, Zero Gravity cases will fit any iPhone model. It does not interfere with plugging in the mini plug of the earphone.

Compatible Cases

Our case is designed to be compatible with the following case models.

  • Compatible case for iPhone 15 Pro/15/14 Pro/14 (*Model in 2024)
  • Compatible case for iPhone 15 Pro Max/15 Plus/14 Pro/14 Plus (*Model in 2024)
  • Compatible case for iPhone 14 Pro Max/14 Plus/14 Pro/14 Plus (*Model in 2023)
  • Compatible case for iPhone 14 Pro/14 (*Model in 2023)
  • Compatible case for iPhone 13 Pro/13
  • Compatible case for iPhone 12 Pro/12


We started our business in 2012. At that time, our founder, Shawn had a moment of inspiration when he realized that no one was making embroidered phone cases. Fueled by excitement at the prospect of creating something truly unique, he embarked on the journey of making embroidered cases.

Embroidered cases have remained one of our flagship products because they allow us to emphasize our distinction from competitors while offering a distinctive and personalized touch. This uniqueness continues to make them our top-selling items, and we take great pride in that.

What is Embroidery:

Embroidery is a technique where intricate designs are stitched onto fabric using needles and thread or machines.

Embroidery is a surface decoration technique where threads are stitched onto an existing fabric, creating designs, patterns, or motifs on the fabric's surface. It doesn't involve creating the fabric itself but rather embellishing it. Embroidery adds raised, textured, and often colorful designs to the surface of a fabric. It can create intricate and detailed patterns that stand out from the fabric's surface. Embroidery is applied to an existing fabric or garment made through weaving or knitting. It can be done on various fabric types, including woven and knit fabrics.


In preparation for the launch of our new products for the winter of 2023, we have focused on a new material: fabric-woven cases. Recently, cases with MagSafe compatibility have become mainstream. However, with embroidered cases, there has been an issue where the embroidery part becomes thick, causing a delay in MagSafe responsiveness.

To address this challenge, we have devised a new material that allows us to maintain the beauty reminiscent of embroidery while ensuring compatibility with MagSafe using the new fabric-woven.

What is Fabric-Woven?

Fabric-Woven is a type of textile made by weaving two sets of threads, warp, and weft, at right angles to create a stable and versatile material used in clothing, textiles, and various other applications.

Fabric-Woven has a regular and repeating pattern that is determined by the arrangement of warp and weft threads. Patterns in woven fabrics are generally flat and integrated into the fabric.

Fabric-Woven includes a wide range of textile materials like cotton, silk, wool, linen, and synthetic fibers. The fabric itself is created through the weaving process.

Print Cases

In 2022, we introduced printed cases into our product lineup. Similar to our embroidered cases, we made it possible for you to express your unique style through printing, and we aimed to offer them at a slightly more affordable price, making them accessible to everyone. We also started offering printing on mirrors, which has been well-received. The production of our printed cases takes place in Japan, ensuring meticulous craftsmanship and gorgeous color palettes. The ability to customize them is also one of their most significant attractions.

Our print cases utilize transparent acrylic material. Designers have applied prints to this transparent acrylic material based on the images they have designed. Acrylic material is known for its exceptional durability, providing robust protection for your device against scratches and minor impacts. Furthermore, acrylic's transparency allows the original design and colors of your device to be displayed beautifully. This accentuates the device's aesthetics, enabling you to showcase your unique style.

What is acrylic material?

Acrylic, also known as acrylic glass or poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA), is a transparent thermoplastic material. It is derived from acrylic acid and is commonly used as a substitute for glass due to its clarity and optical properties. Acrylic is known for its high transparency, exceptional optical clarity, and lightweight nature. Furthermore, acrylic is highly valued for its durability, weather resistance, and ease of fabrication. It can be machined, cut, drilled, and shaped into various forms, making it a versatile material for both industrial and artistic purposes. Additionally, acrylic comes in various grades, including cast acrylic and extruded acrylic, each with its own set of properties and applications.



  1. To hand wash the embroidered design, use a clean, damp cloth with cool water. It is best to use cool or tepid water to prevent the dye from bleeding.
  2. Be certain that the cloth is very clean and has no residue from cleaning agents that could cause damage to the case.
  3. The cool water should be effective enough for light stains, but if the stain is older or darker, spot clean with a gentle liquid detergent that will disperse with water and leave less residue on the fabric.
  4. Continue to clean using a damp cloth with fresh, cool water on the embroidery until there are no more soap suds visible from the detergent.
  5. Allow drying fully before use.

*Please be aware that in some cases, cleaning may cause the embroidery colors to fade or damage the embroidery threads. We kindly request your understanding and assume responsibility at your own discretion.


Please gently wipe off any dirt with a soft cloth for cleaning.

We use acrylic material for print cases.

Acrylic material may crack when exposed to alcohol. AVOID using abrasive chemicals and alcohol-based cleaning agents.

*We kindly request your understanding and assume responsibility at your own discretion.