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CarClip for iPod nano released

imageSKProducts today announced the availability of its CarClip for the iPod nano. Like the iPod mini CarClip released last week, the auto accessory hangs from your car’s rear view mirror and holds your iPod for easy access. The CarClip for the iPod nano sells for $20.

“The CarClip conveniently hangs from your rear view mirror to allow easy access to your iPod nano. Each CarClip comes with 10 rubber Fishband motion buffers (5 colors, 2 sizes each). These specially designed rubber bands go through the CarClip and attach to the center button of your rear view mirror. In addition, each CarClip comes with a Universal Auto Attachment and two 3M CommandStrips for placing your CarClip in other locations in your vehicle.”

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Comments

1

Be careful; in some states this is illegal.  Here in Virginia it is illegal to have anything hanging from your mirror (blocks forward view).

Posted by m.sherman on November 8, 2005 at 3:53 PM (PDT)

2

How do UV rays affect the plastic used for this product, let alone a nano? “Fishband motion buffers,” will the euphemisms ever cease? Dare I quote, “Unsafe at any speed?”

Posted by FahrenheiPod 451 on November 8, 2005 at 4:55 PM (PDT)

3

A great way to advertize your Mini/Nano to the rest of the world. I wonder how soon someone is gonna forget they left their iPod dangling from the mirror (late to work or frustrated during holiday parking) and lose the iPod, the holder, the cassette adaptor or transmitter, the charger, and the loose change in the cupholder. Better yet, when will they come out with one for the 5G iPod, and how soon ‘till someone gets in an accident while watching “Lost” ? Otherwise it’s a great price and I wish the company well, but I’d rather see them put effort into a creative dash mount like some of the readers here on ilounge.com have created.

Posted by pleasurepaul on November 8, 2005 at 5:27 PM (PDT)

4

I hope that for this company’s sake it has its product liability insurance coverage up-to-date and paid up.

A foolish idea when the coat hook for the Mini was introduced a week or so ago; I’m not seeing that anything’s changed between now and then just for sake of the nano.

Posted by flatline response on November 9, 2005 at 12:18 AM (PDT)

5

That’s dangerous, no ? . If there is an accident, the iPod will fly over the driver’s face :(

Posted by Steph on November 9, 2005 at 2:50 AM (PDT)

6

Fishband Motion Buffers - love it!!!
About the only thing I do love about this….

Posted by Bob Levens on November 9, 2005 at 3:18 AM (PDT)

7

I don’t usually reply with short comments, but as described above by other comments.  Useless.

Posted by davethetank on November 9, 2005 at 10:10 AM (PDT)

8

I actually think it’s pretty dandy…

Posted by Ains on November 9, 2005 at 3:48 PM (PDT)

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