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Rivet teams with Vaja, unveils three cases for iPhone 3G

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By Charles Starrett

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Published: Monday, November 24, 2008
News Categories: iPhone Accessories

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As part of a new partnership with Vaja which will see it exchange ideas and product knowledge with the Argentina-based luxury leather brand, Rivet International has decided to expand its case and bag offerings, starting with three new cases for the iPhone 3G. The Hard Leather Case is a form-fitting case featuring a rigid plastic shell, leather exterior, soft interior lining, open access to all ports and controls, and an included screen protector. It is available in black or red and is priced at $30. The Boneless Silicone Case is a form-fitting silicone case offering integrated covers for the Home, volume, and sleep/wake buttons, full access to all other ports and controls, Rivet graphics on the rear of the case, and an included screen protector. It sells for $20. Finally, the Touchable Crystal Case is a clear hard shell acrylic case featuring open access to all ports and controls and an integrated touch-thru hard screen protector. It sells for $25.

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