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F8Z523BKPSGKBBY_thnBelkin announced two new iPod related products today, a adjustable arm strap, and a protective case. What makes these special? Both are branded with the Susan G. Koman Race for the Cure logo, and a portion of the sales go to the prevention of breast cancer.

The cases retail for $29.95 each, and Belkin will donate $2.50 each time you buy one. I would suggest buying two, for obvious reasons.

From the press release:

September 29, 2009 – Maintaining the fight against breast cancer, Belkin introduces new designs of its pink-ribbon cases for the iPod touch. For each DualFit and Grip case for iPod touch sold, Belkin will donate $2.50 to support Susan G. Komen for the Cure (with a minimum guaranteed donation of $100,000).

To date, Belkin has donated over $375,000 toward breast cancer research to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

AVAILABILITY

Mid-October 2009 in the US
DualFit for the Cure (F8Z523BKPSGKBBY) – $29.99

* Adjustable dual-fit system allows for best fit on any arm; maximizes sizing
* Clear screen protector allows for easy navigation
* Key pocket for convenient storage while at the gym or outdoors
* Reflective material for use during nighttime
* Hand-washable

Grip for the Cure (F8Z532BKPSGKBBY) – $29.99

* Textured exterior provides better grip
* Form-fitting construction allows charging while in sleeve and minimizes bulk

This Accessory is compatible with the following iPod models:

* iPod touch 2nd generation, models 32GB and 64GB

For more information please visit www.belkin.com/forthecure

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