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Killspencer iPhone Zebrawood Veil: Wood Looks Good

by Range
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This isn’t really a case, but it’s a back that can be added to your iPhone, to protect it and to make it look different from all of the other iPhones. Killspencer’s Zebrawood Veil looks pretty handsome, since it’s trimmed to precisely line up with the back of your phone.

killspencer veil back wood iphone 4

The veil is attached to your smartphone thanks to a special industrial adhesive, that’s supposed to leave no residue if removed. It will most definitely add a bit of a natural touch to your futuristic phone. They use maple wood veneer to create the veil, and it’s made in the USA by hand. It definitely looks better than the vinyl stickers and plastic backings that we’ve seen before.

killspencer veil back wood iphone 4

You can purchase the wooden iPhone 4 Veil from Killspencer for $30 (USD).

killspencer veil back wood iphone 4

[via Swipelife]

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