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Sena Cases reveals new iPod cases

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By Charles Starrett

Contributing Editor
Published: Friday, November 2, 2007
News Categories: iPod Accessories


Sena Cases has revealed its new line of cases for the iPod touch, iPod classic, and iPod nano (with video). The handcrafted iPod touch cases are made from leather, and include the Premium Stand,  which features a horizontal flap that folds back to become a stand for video viewing, a snap closure, one multi-purpose pocket, and access to the headphone jack and all buttons and controls. The UltraSlim is a minimal, slim pouch-style case featuring velvet lining, while the Elega Pouch offers a shock-absorbent design, a rigid protective layer, and a ratcheting belt clip. All three are available for pre-order now, and sell for $50, $29, and $40, respectively.

imageSena’s iPod classic cases include The Dockable, which allows the case to remain on when docking the device and features a magnetic closure, optional Bantam belt clip, a multi-purpose pocket, and access to all jacks, ports, and controls. The Premium Stand is designed with a vertical cover that folds back to become a stand and features a snap closure, multi-purpose pocket, and access to all ports, jacks, and controls. The MagnetFlipper case features a flap that folds up to protect the Click Wheel, access to all ports, jacks, and controls, and a ratcheting belt clip. All three iPod classic cases are available now and sell for $50 each. Finally, the UltraSlim case for iPod nano (with video) is a slim pouch-style case featuring a Napa leather exterior and velvet lining. It is available for pre-order now, and sells for $20.

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I remember ordering a case for my iphone soon after the phone debuted because it appeared from this site as well as the Sena site that their cases were well-manufactured. boy, was I wrong. The quality is much to be desired. Needless-to-say, I returned the case but not after having to jump through a panoply of hoops regarding their stringent return policies. Also, the one person who “works” in their “customer service” dept. was rude and extremely unaccomodating. Caveat emptor.

Posted by sean on November 5, 2007 at 2:12 PM (PDT)

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