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iPhone KnuckleCase Gets Real – Make a Fist!

by Paul Strauss

A couple of weeks back, I spotted an iPhone case that looked like brass knuckles, but it turned out to just be a conceptual design. But for those of you who liked the idea of turning your phones into weapons, there’s good news – another company is already offering up their own take on the iPhone knuckle case – the knucklecase.


The knucklecase works with the iPhone 4 or 4S. It’s made from solid aluminum – so it would definitely hurt if you punched somebody with it – though probably not much more than if you hit them with your bare iPhone. From the looks of things, it’s a bit more compact than the iKnucks concept, but they definitely add some bulk to your phone. That said, if you’re going for a knucklecase, you’re doing it for the looks, not for the practicality. At least you know with your fingers through the holes you won’t lose hold of your precious phone.

So make a fist, and head over to knucklecase and be prepared to part with $99(USD) if you’d like one.

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  1. Gerald says:

    Make one for 3gs

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