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1

Lmao, this is sad. It's a sunglass pouch for crikey's sake!!

Posted by Jodiuh on November 5, 2005 at 2:19 AM (PDT)

2

Jeremy is right, this product is not for everyone. However, I've bought and used all kinds of cases to protect and carry my iPod around, and it's counter-intuitive to think that a pouch would meet my requirement for daily usage. But surprisingly this is the only product that survived the 3 months test. I'm still using it today and am happy that I did.

Posted by trinitysession on November 7, 2005 at 8:43 AM (PDT)

3

Can you fit an ipod nano in this thing while it has the iskin duo on it also?

Posted by MadMonk on November 7, 2005 at 2:13 PM (PDT)

4

When I got my nano the reports of easy scratching were just coming to light. I had my friend's Mom sew a pouch for my nano which was made from one of those microfibre rags they give away to clean perscription glasses with. The pouch has a snug fit, so there's no need for a draw string. The downside is that I can't see the screen, but I listen in random anyway and the buttons are accessible through the pouch for easy skipping.

Microfibre Rag + Friend's Mom = Free Nano Pouch.

Posted by Chris Rowe on November 7, 2005 at 9:12 PM (PDT)

5

My friend's Mom also helped me out in coming out with a protective case for my nano which was made from silicone left over from her recent breast implant. We took the silicone gel, sealed it around my nano using SaranWrap, microwaved it for 60 seconds, then out comes a great looking silicone case!

Silicone Gel + SaranWrap = Free iTube.

Posted by FarSide on November 9, 2005 at 7:33 PM (PDT)

6

FarSide,

Three words for you - eeeewwww, eeeewwww, eeeewwww!

Posted by David Cohen on November 14, 2005 at 5:07 AM (PDT)

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