Belkin iPod nano cases help fund breast cancer research | iLounge News


Belkin iPod nano cases help fund breast cancer research


Belkin has introduced two new pink iPod nano cases—the Sport Armband and Hope Remix Metal—with proceeds to help fight breast cancer. For each case sold, Belkin will donate 10% of the retail price to support Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The Sport Armband ($30) features “stitchless” construction and is hand-washable and water-resistant. The Hope Remix Metal ($30; shown) is made of clear acrylic and brushed metal with a soft-touch click-wheel protector. The cases will be available from Best Buy.

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While I think that they are doing good, 10% is very pathetic, especially for a company like Belkin. The same goes for Apple, $200-250 for a Nano and only 10% goes to help fight diseases such as AIDS. That’s low for companies like those. If you like the style of case and was thinking of buying it, yeah, get it because at least some percentage of the profit helps someone else besides that company.

Posted by doompod on May 4, 2007 at 4:24 PM (CDT)

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