If you’ve got a “classic” glass and metal iPhone like me, you probably don’t NEED a case thanks to its durable metal back. But if you’ve got a shiny new plastic-backed iPhone 3G, you might want some additional protection for your gadget. Why not dress it up with wood?
Miniot’s form-fitting iWood cases are made from natural hardwoods including oak, cherry, mahogany, walnut and padouk (what the heck is padouk, anyway)?
Priced at €80 ($125 USD) a pop, they’re nearly as expensive as the iPhone 3G itself. But isn’t beauty priceless?
Miniot has already been shipping iPhone and iPod Touch cases for a while now, and should be rolling out the iPhone 3G version of the case by the end of July.