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Miyavix debuts Kimono iPod shuffle case

imageKyoto, Japan-based Miyavix recently unveiled a new version of its Kimono case for Apple’s iPod shuffle. The new case, which comes in three different floral patterns, is made of authentic Japanese Kimono fabric. It offers an adjustable-length lanyard, decorative tassel, and a leather top snap closure.

While pricing and U.S. availability are unknown, the Miyavix Kimono cases for the 4G iPod and iPod mini (iLounge Rating: A-) were both distributed in America by Power Support. We’re awaiting U.S. distribution information from the company.

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i bought this at newegg.com. and really cute!! Love it!!

Posted by Miss. ipodder on September 14, 2005 at 4:13 PM (PDT)

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