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Colorware now offering mail-in iPhone 3G coloring

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Colorware is now offering its mail-in custom coloring services for the iPhone 3G. Available with either solid or metallic paint for a total of 35 color options, each selection comes with a high-gloss, scratch resistant finish formulated to protect against minor scuffs from normal usage. Coloring for the back only costs $150, while the frame ($20), home button ($20), SIM card tray ($10), and earbuds ($10) can all be colored as well, for an extra charge. Colorware’s Mail-in Custom Coloring service for the iPhone 3G is available now, with devices shipping back in approximately two weeks.

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Comments

1

Only $150?  Apple steals tons of dough, and then 3rd parties want to do the same…  What a cash cow!

Posted by The Legend on August 5, 2008 at 6:32 AM (PDT)

2

For $150 I hope it is buffed to a perfect finish and resilient to scratches.

Posted by Ryan on August 5, 2008 at 6:46 AM (PDT)

3

ridiculous…150 for a paint job on a phone that likely cost 199?  kinda like taking my 60K S4 in for a 50K paint job just so mine is pink unlike anyone elses.  Oh, and while their at it, they will remove the audi rings and replace it with a custom paint logo.

i guess eccentrics need a place to spend all their money…why not a 150 dollar phone paint job

Posted by Dave on August 5, 2008 at 8:16 AM (PDT)

4

One word…DUMB!

Posted by rac1 on August 5, 2008 at 1:11 PM (PDT)

5

Yeah, right…. Spend $150 to void your Apple warranty…. and be out of a phone for 2 weeks… I’m sure only few die-hard Mac heads would even consider this…...

Posted by D on August 5, 2008 at 2:29 PM (PDT)

6

it’s way over priced and they really think that anyone is going to agree without a phone for 2-3 weeks.

Posted by lucas on August 19, 2008 at 9:59 PM (PDT)

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