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Protect Your iPhone By Wrapping it in a Video Game Console

by Paul Strauss
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We’ve featured some cool handmade cases by rabbitrampage before, but these are definitely my favorites so far.

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Each handmade felt case is a tiny little replica of a famous gaming console, precisely stitched, and filled with a little bit of padding to protect your delicate iPhone, iPod Touch or other gadget of similar size. While I do love the classic white Xbox 360 one, I have to say I have a special place in my heart for the Famicom version:

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The retro PlayStation one doesn’t look too shabby either:

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Please note that the miniature controllers shown in the pics are not included, but they are available separately. Prices for the cases range from $28 to $38 (USD), and the mini controllers sell for $13 bucks each. You can find them all over at rabbitrampage’s Etsy shop.

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