I have to be honest and say that it is rare that I find an accessory that I really love. I have looked at dozens of available for cases, for dozens of different devices and I have a hard time choosing just one or even getting excited over any of them but I have to admit if you’re an iPhone user you might want to give this one a shot. The kid in all of us loved, and probably stills loves the Etch-A-Sketch and now accessories maker Headcase recently released an iPhone case that makes your device look and feel like an actual Etch-A-Sketch. The case sells for $25 and you can grab it in the website link below. I’m sure if this is not your cup of tea you surely know someone that you could pick this up for this holiday season. Check it out below and be sure to drop us a comment.
Device accessories maker Headcase has recently released a case for the iPhone that is based the popular children’s toy Etch-A-Sketch. The Orlando, Fla.-based company said its case, which is officially licensed from Ohio Art, makers of the original Etch-A-Sketch, is made of impact-resistant plastic that will protect an iPhone 4 from scratches and bumps. Strategically placed windows have been cut out of the case, giving users access all of the handset’s switches, ports and buttons. Headcase said the case retails for $25 and is available on its website. A similar accessory is available for the iPad. The Etch-A-Sketch was a popular children’s toy that was originally invented in France in the late 1950s. The drawing device featured a thick, flat gray screen in a plastic frame, flanked by two knobs on the front of the frame in the lower corners. Moving the knobs allowed users to draw by displacing aluminum powder on the back of the screen, creating a solid line. Named by the Toy Industry Association to the Century of Toys List as one of the hundred most memorable and most creative toys of the twentieth century, the Etch-A-Sketch case for the iPhone can bring a bit of nostalgia to a modern device.
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