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Element Case offers Liquid case for iPhone, iPhone 3G

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By Charles Starrett

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Published: Tuesday, November 18, 2008
News Categories: iPhone Accessories

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Element Case has introduced its Liquid case for the iPhone and iPhone 3G. The Liquid is a unique case offering an inner layer of injection-molded, transparent, back-painted polymer, a molded polycarbonate bezel that keeps the phone secure in the case, nickel-plated fasteners that hold the case together, a translucent acrylic lid that protects the phone’s screen when attached and can be stuck on the case’s back when the phone is in use, and an anodized aluminum backplate. In addition, it offers open access to all ports and controls, and is available in black, grey, or white. The Element Case Liquid case for iPhone and iPhone 3G is available now and sells for $100.

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1

Admittedly, it may not “feel good” in the hands by the looks of it, and it does look cool, but are they really selling $100 cases when the economy is in the toilet?
Heck, you can now get 5 Zunes for that much smile
Look forward to a review - although I can’t see buying one.

SB

Posted by slb on November 18, 2008 at 6:32 PM (PDT)

2

Beautiful case and i would buy one in an instant, just a shame the company seems utterly unable to reply to emails.

Posted by Johnathan on November 19, 2008 at 7:03 AM (PDT)

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I actually have one and it’s really cool… i like that its not just a smart looking case, but that it’s also really comfortable to hold. It may not be in everyone’s budget but if you can swing it, it’s definitely worth it. I’ve gotten a lot of great feedback and comments in the short time that I’ve had it. Great product.

Posted by chris on November 19, 2008 at 10:48 AM (PDT)

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Chris,

just wanted to know… how is the faceplate cover secured? are the corner pegs magnetic?

Which version did you purchase?

Posted by anson chiu on November 19, 2008 at 2:52 PM (PDT)

5

$100 and it looks like a baseball card holder.  If you’re going to drop that much on a case that likely doesn’t hold up to scratches very well, might at well get it engraved, painted, or just get a vaja case with your custom logo.  Trust me you’ll get great feedback with them too.  But, thats just my opinion.

Posted by Cereal on November 19, 2008 at 4:01 PM (PDT)

6

I just got this case, I’ve been so excited and have been talking it up to everyone. I have the original iphone and I can’t charge it because the bottom opening for the dock doesn’t work. I’m so ANGRY!

Posted by None on May 15, 2009 at 9:21 PM (PDT)

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