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Vaja unveils leather iPod shuffle case

imageVaja has introduced its new AP11 flip-top iPod shuffle case. Made from the Argentine leather, the case features “play-through” access to the control pad, and has an opening for the headphone port and slider switch. As with Vaja’s other iPod cases, the AP11 case is available in a rainbow of colors via the company’s customization options. The Vaja AP11 leather iPod shuffle case is priced at $34.90.

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Just looks like a fanicier and more expensive version of the Pods Plus and Kroo cases.  It is however better and cheaper than the A.B. sutton kidskin one.  I personally cant have a IPS case with a belt clip of some kind.
my two cents

Posted by ipodfreak on May 25, 2005 at 12:12 AM (CDT)


I hope they fit better than my $90.00 Vaja case (plus $30.00 FedEX shipping).  It won’t fit in a dock.  No accessories like the iTrip will fit on the top.  In both cases the leather is too thick.  I had to enlarge the cut on the top just to fit the main plug-in.  The belt attachment is someone’s idea of a bad joke.  The case itself is well made.  It just doesn’t work for much of anything.

I ordered an Aztec case two weeks ago.  Have written them twice asking for a UPS tracking number, date of shipment, and all I’ve received is an advertisement for hard disk drives.

My luck in purchasing recommended cases by iPod Lounge hasn’t been that great to date.

iPod Photo 40GB

BTW returning a Vaja case at $30.00 postage isn’t my idea of something that’s cost effective.

Posted by glockster on May 25, 2005 at 2:28 PM (CDT)

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