covers

  • For iPhone 4: Japanese Beetle Case

    For iPhone 4: Japanese Beetle Case

    You look for a case for your iPhone 4 but those Hello Kitty ones we showed earlier this week are too girly-girly for you? Then here’s a (quite nasty) alternative: a case with a plastic Dokkiri, a Japanese beetle, glued to it. Read More

  • For iPhone 4: Super-Cute Hello Kitty Cases From Japan

    Tokyo-based Japan Trend Shop, an online store selling unique gadgets and lifestyle products from Nippon, started listing something super-cute today: Hello Kitty-themed protective cases (the site is completely in English) for use with the iPhone 4. Read More

  • Yours For $1,270: FRANCK MULLER Case For iPhone 4

    Truth be told, I never heard of FRANCK MULLER before, but the (apparently quite famous) watch brand from Switzerland has designed a special case for the iPhone 4 that can now be pre-ordered in Japan. And as FRANCK MULLER is a luxury brand, each case will set you back a cool $1,270 [JP]. Read More

  • Yours For $1,270: FRANCK MULLER Case For iPhone 4

    Truth be told, I never heard of FRANCK MULLER before, but the (apparently quite famous) watch brand from Switzerland has designed a special case for the iPhone 4 that can now be pre-ordered in Japan. And as FRANCK MULLER is a luxury brand, each case will set you back a cool $1,270 [JP]. Read More

  • Silly Valentine's Day Cake iPhone Cover

    I don’t know which iPhone 4 cover is sillier, the sushi version we showed you last week or this new Valentine’s Day cake-style model (in both cases, buyers get a cover with realistic-looking (plastic) food glued to it). With the Valentine’s Day model, you get strawberries, cranberries etc. placed on top of a thin layer of “chocolate cake”. Read More

  • Japanese iPhone 4 Sushi Cover With Sushi Glued To It

    I know this is very silly, but here we go: Japan-based gadget maker Strapya World is selling some very unique iPhone 4 acessories [pre-orders can be made in English], namely the so-called “Japanese iPhone 4 Sushi Covers”. They turn your handset into a “plate of sushi”, which actually has two pieces of pretty realistic-looking (plastic) sushi glued to it. Read More