It’s an incredibly thin, flexible sleeve (.25 millimeters thick) that completely wraps your iPhone and MAKES IT WATERPROOF TO A DEPTH OF 10 METERS. So basically you can barely tell this thing is even on your phone, and you could put a hard case over the top of it, and you could update your Facebook status while scuba diving. You could even snap pics of girls in bikinis underwater in the pool (with their explicit permission of course). The only bummer with this thing is that you would have to remove the sleeve every time you wanted to charge the phone. Maybe it would be something you’d just want to put on for those summer days at the pool or beach. This is not yet available for sale, but you can bet we’ll let you know as soon as you can buy it.
First off, lemme just say that the creators of this little doohickey would’ve sold A LOT more bras if they would’ve chosen a model with some tig ol’ bitties. (For those of you in the 40+ demographic, “tig ol’ bitties” translates from the youth vernacular into: nice jugs, amazing boobs, or righteous rack.) Regardless of the failed marketing campaign and product display, I think they’re onto something here. How many times have you seen a BlackBerry in a plastic pink case shoved down the front of some girl’s shirt covering what would be 4 inches of precious cleavage? It’s a lose-lose situation for the BlackBerry owner, and the dude trying to put their number in it. It’s as if the cleavage never existed… and that my friends, is a goddamn shame. Ladies, if you’re one of the aforementioned… do us all a favor and get yourself a JoeyBra.
This is one of the cooler iPhone accessories I have come across. The Belkin LiveAction Camera Shutter Grip easily attaches to your iPhone and allows you to easily capture pictures and video with the fast-fire shutter button. Separate buttons for photo and video let you easily switch from taking stills to recording live action. You can get yours now at the Belkin online store.
If you haven’t heard about this yet, you should definitely check it out. The Pebble Watch project on Kickstarter has been breaking records since it was launched on the website. They’ve already raised close to $850,000 which is a quarter of a million above the goal they had set.
Today we have another cool idea that is coming to fruition through the Kickstarter program. The Berlin Boombox is a portable stereo speaker made of cardboard with a built-in stereo amplifier. The integrated amplifier is what sets this cardboard speaker apart from others that are on the market. The sound quality might not be the highest quality but as of right now the price is set at only $50.00.
This is some revolutionary stuff right here. Created by the California based design company, Motrr, the Galileo is a robotic iPhone platform controlled by your fingertips. Swipe your finger on your iPad and the Galileo will react instantly. It can pan-and-tilt 360° and can move at up to speeds of 200° per second in any direction you would like. Check out the video to get a better idea of how it works.
Largely irrelevant to anyone who doesn’t have an iPhone 4 or 4s, BUT perhaps the coolest shit ever to fellow iPhone owners. A writer for Scientific American, Alexander Wild, has experimented with placing a drop of water on the lens of his iPhone and using it to take hyper-closeup photos… and they look awesome. Take a look at Wild’s photos, and read the full article here.
SNEAKHYPE sister-site, SURFBANG, is giving away an extremely rare Vans Waffle Sole iPhone Case. These things go on eBay for upwards of 150 bucks. If you have an iPhone, you should enter to win, it’s really easy. Check out all the details at SURFBANG.
Yeah, ONE dollar and fifty six cents. So, basically it’s free. I’m going to go out on a limb here and just guess that it’s not the highest quality, but it costs less than a Dr. Pepper from Applebees. If you’re at all into the retro stuff, this is a no brainer (assuming you own an iPhone).
If there’s a more rugged phone case out there then this one, I haven’t seen it. Snow Lizard Products just launched a Kickstarter page for this case. If the funding reaches $75K by March 10th they’ll be rolling out this product for purchase shortly after.
Awhile back we showed you the iBamboo speaker; an eco-friendly speaker for the iPhone made out of Bamboo. Now the creators of the iBamboo have come up with an “urban” version of the eco-friendly speaker made entirely from recycled plastic. The plastic iBamboo Urban speaker, which is shaped like a piece of bamboo, still uses no electricity while providing the same superb sound quality as its wooden counterpart. It is also available in two colorways, black and clear.