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"This product is to be used only as a handle and protective accessory for an iPhone. Any other use of the product is considered a misuse, resulting in the forfeiture of any express or implied warranty of fitness for purpose. By purchasing this product, you agree to hold the Company harmless for any misuse of the product, which results in damage to yourself or third parties."
" This unique property makes bamboo an ideal material for making an all-natural, no-power-needed iPhone amplifier. ... the iPhone 4/4S only has one speaker and the sound produced by the iBamboo creates a stereo-like effect by distributing the sound mainly to the right side of the iBamboo. "
From the website:
"Don’t let the cold keep you from your connections.
Digits are mini conductive pins that attach to the gloves you already have so you can use electronic touch screen devices — like smartphones and MP3 players — even when it's below zero.
How to attach:
1. Using the included intra-finger insertion tool (below),"
place the back (with post) side of the Digit inside the fingertip of the glove and push it through.
2. Twist the other side of the Digit onto the post (below).
3. Attach Digits to as many fingers on the glove(s) as desired.
Digits are made of conductive silicone with a metal pin on the back for attaching to your glove.
Pack of four: $11.99 (gloves not included).
The JuiceTank is the first iPhone case to feature an integrated wall charger into this iPhone case. So you can just plug your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S directly into a wall outlet to charge your device. Cool idea. Desgned by Lloyd Gladstone and Jesse Pliner. The JuiceTank's creators are currently trying to raise $125,000 through Kickstarter to put it into production, and if you are one of the first 400 people to back them you can reserve one for just $40. But if you decide to wait until they're available for sale, you can expect to shell out at least $70 instead.
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