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DLO announces all iPod mini accessories now shipping

Digital Lifestyle Outfitters (Everythingipod.com) has announced they are now shipping the entire line of new iPod mini accessories. The new DLO iPod mini line includes; Jam Jacket Pro mini ($24.99) silicone case with an included arm band; Jam Jacket ($19.99) silicone case featuring a built-in screen protector; Jam Jacket mini 3-packs ($39.99); Action Jacket mini ($29.99) including armband; and the Italian leather Podfolio mini. Also shipping is the new set of multi-colored (black, blue, green, pink, and gold) wristbands ($7.99) and armbands ($9.99) that work with Action Jacket mini or Jam Jacket Pro mini (not included).

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1

I’d be wary of DLO.  The hard plastic seams of the regular Jam Jacket scratched the hell out of the front of my 10 gig iPod.

Posted by Zim on March 23, 2004 at 10:43 AM (PDT)

2

I thought that the Jam Jacket is a gummy kind of material?  Is it more like hard plastic?  Eeeewww, if so, I’m glad I cancelled my order.


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Posted by Nicky G on March 23, 2004 at 11:33 AM (PDT)

3

“hard plastic seams of the regular Jam Jacket “

The Jam Jacket series cases are made of silicone rubber. How can that scratch??

Posted by Dennis Lloyd in Irvine, CA on March 23, 2004 at 3:43 PM (PDT)

4

I think I meant the “action jacket.”  In any case, it’s the one that’s got the semi-thick plastic front for the buttons and a black “soft case” to protect the rest of the iPod (it also came with an armband).  At the bottom front of the case the plastic and the “soft case” are attatched by stitching which makes that area very hard and will scratch the bottom of your iPod if you move it around at all (read: wear it regularly) while it’s in the case.  Needless to say, I was not happy when I found that my case was scratching up my iPod more than just keeping it in my pants pocket was.

Posted by Zim on March 24, 2004 at 6:17 AM (PDT)

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