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ezGear offers clearCase Sport for iPod nano

imageezGear has announced the clearCase Sport for the iPod nano. Made of ultra-clear acrylic, the clearCase Sport features a removable neckstrap and a removable elastic armband. The case offers access to all ports and the click wheel, and flips open for easy installation and removal of your iPod. The clearCase Sport is available immediately for $35.

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1

One thing that the Nano market really needs is a Sport case like the Shuffle has, where it’s completely water- and sweat-proof.  The Nano is small and light enough to fit in a pocket or on a lanyard while you’re running or working out, but there’s really not a case that would allow this.  I’m surprised no one has made a Nano-version of the Shuffle Sport case yet, whether it’s Apple or a 3rd-party.  When I saw what this case was called, I thought it might be the one, but not with an open bottom.

Posted by Rod Dunn on December 15, 2005 at 9:22 AM (PDT)

2

oh man, if they came out with a 5g version of this I’d buy it in a second.  It’s everything I want in a case! please put out a 5g version!

Posted by OMGWTFSTFU in United States on December 15, 2005 at 7:04 PM (PDT)

3

That’s a generic case that’s sold elsewhere for a lot cheaper. This company apparently just pretends to make it themselves. Look around, you’ll get the same/ or similar case a lot cheaper.

for example, here it is at TDS for 19.95, if you can live without the armband, which I can. http://thinkdifferentstore.com/product_info.php/products_id/1493

here’s the iSee nano at Contour: $21.95: http://www.contourcase.com/

Ken.

Posted by Ken on December 18, 2005 at 12:15 PM (PDT)

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I am so with Rod Dunn.  The flash memory in the nano makes it perfect for exercising.  It is incredible that no one has yet made a sweat proof nano case… and after making the perfect case for the shuffle, it’s just bizarre that Apple didn’t do it to start with.

Posted by dguy on December 18, 2005 at 4:41 PM (PDT)

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