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Cubit iPhone Case: Design Your Own Case, One Cube at a Time

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While it’s true that there are a lot of different iPhone cases out there to choose from, the selection can still get pretty boring. Not to mention the fact that there’s always the risk of running into someone who’s also using the same case. Really, what can be more annoying than that? (*Insert sarcastic expression here that you’ve seen some spoiled brats make*)

Kidding aside, though, I’d very much prefer an iPhone case that I can customize, decorate, and design myself – but with minimal effort. Because frankly, I don’t have the luxury of time to whip out some chain saws or glue guns to make up my own case.

This is why I think the Cubit case is a great idea.

Cubit Case

X-Doria’s Cubit Case is basically a white frame that you’re supposed to insert the included green, orange, and blue cubes into. Form patterns, make out your initials, or just alternate empty frames with filled frames to create a one-of-a-kind and personalized iPhone case the easy way.

Cubit Case

It’s also available in black, with red, white and black cubes. The only thing better would be a broader selection of colors – or maybe smaller blocks so you could create pixel art on the back of your phone. In case you’re interested, the Cubit Case is available from Amazon for $24.99(USD).

[via Chip Chick]



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