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Pull-i felt sleeves for all iPods available

pic Pull-i is a new a line of protective sleeves for all iPods—including first, second, third and fourth generation models, the iPod mini, and iPod shuffle. Made of high-quality cotton felt, the Pull-i sleeves are available in seven colors—black, brown, grey, red, pink, blue and green—and sell for €12.50 (Euro). “All Pull-i jackets fit perfectly well, due to their slim-fit design, which also protects against scratching, slipping and light bumps,” said versandwerk, the company behind the new product. A selection of special edition sleeves for €15 are also available.

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1

$16 dollars US money for a piece of felt. Then add foreign shipping fees. This one is just crazy. Im speechless.

Posted by LupinIII in Illinois on March 3, 2005 at 12:29 PM (CST)

2

So if I sew two pieces of felt around my iPod, can I sell it for grossly inflated prices?

Posted by Ayala on March 3, 2005 at 12:49 PM (CST)

3

Their sleeve for the 15” powerbook is 30 Euro!!!  For a piece of felt!!!

Posted by m. sherman in Northern VA on March 3, 2005 at 1:20 PM (CST)

4

As long as you put a silhouette of the product dancing in front of colorful backgrounds in a commercial that will be seen by many, you can sell it at any price.

Posted by andres in Miami on March 3, 2005 at 1:29 PM (CST)

5

Bring back the Octopuss or squid from a few weeks ago at least that was funny! ha ha ha.

If ever there was a product you did not need this might be it!  :) 

Posted by Keeganskylar on March 3, 2005 at 1:44 PM (CST)

6

Ayala-

actually it looks like a single piece of felt that is sewn at the seam… yikes.  unless this is handmade and proceeds are going to tsunami victims, that may be a bit steep for felt.  And the seam should be more integrated… it should seem seamless- no pun intended.

Posted by apple juice in USA on March 3, 2005 at 1:58 PM (CST)

7

Some kids make money off lemonade stands…  Some buy craft felt, borrow their mom’s sowing machine and charge $10 a pop.  Ouch.

Posted by ipod21 on March 3, 2005 at 2:16 PM (CST)

8

Thats a rip off.You would be better off sewing two pieces of felt together.It would be no good if it fell on the ground it would ruin my ipod

Posted by Bob333 in Galway,Ireland on March 3, 2005 at 2:19 PM (CST)

9

The sleeve from Burning Love detailed a few days ago seemed much nicer, and cheaper at about $15 US.

Posted by podog in Seattle on March 3, 2005 at 5:28 PM (CST)

10

Just plain silly.

Posted by schaaking in Minneapolis on March 4, 2005 at 7:26 AM (CST)

11

I find it humorous- all the expectations people have for the most trivial things.

“Well it won’t protect my ipod from a nuclear explosion, so I won’t buy it!” 

Come on folks- really.  Its felt.  Its a color swatch to add to a shuffle.  Thats it.  Its clearly more style than function, thats what the ipod is all about to begin with.  And I’d imagine the cost of these felt cases reflects the volume of sales; they’re not selling wal-mart volume… yet.

BTW, felt can be tougher than you think… especially if its lined and reinforced.

Posted by apple juice in USA on March 4, 2005 at 7:39 AM (CST)

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