Restore - Galaxy S10+

This unique wood Galaxy S10+ case features an interpretation of the old Japanese art of Kintsugi. Also known as Kintsukuroi, the technique involves repairing broken pottery with lacquer and gold. The idea is that of embracing flaws and imperfections and considering them part of the items story.

Our cases are created using hand finished wood, laser cut inlays, and a Flexible Rubber shell.

If you like this case, you'll also like the Rift and the Wenge Pure.

Shell Features:

  • 1.3 mm Flexible Rubber, Full wrap-around protection
  • Slim, Protects from bumps and tumbles
  • Face down protection, Covered Buttons

Hand-crafted in Toronto.

We work with natural materials which means every piece is unique. Grain, Colour, and Texture may vary slightly from piece to piece.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 122 reviews
Darcie Murray
Simply amazing

This case company was recommended to me by a friend. So glad he did. Beautifully made. Light weight and durable.

Joshua Barrett
Great phone case!

Durable and worth every penny. I love the wood grain feel and the textured sides that help with grip.

The Most Amazing Case

After I purchased this case for my IPhone 14pro max I returned the other two cases I had ordered!
The build, feel and look of this case is the best I have ever seen.
The case has an almost rubbery feel to it which was a pleasant surprise.
Don’t hesitate to pick one of these up!!

Mike Cornale
2 years after purchase, still an awesome case

Ive had this case for almost 2 years, its faded a bit but still has a snug fit. I drop my phone daily and still no cracks. I highly recommend this case!

Ryan Wall
As advertised

The case arrived is good condition, and the packaging was adequate to protect it. I am moving away from a Nomad case, which is also excellent quality, but this case will, I believe, better stand up to the rigor of my workday.

The only thing I would change, if I was Keyway, would be to generate random patterns for this specific case as that would lend to the theme of mended imperfections. I did not remove a star for this since I knew that would not be the case.