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Ag++ Aluminum iPhone Case: Metal Goodness

by Range
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What is is about aluminum that works so well with iOS devices? Maybe because Apple’s other industrial designs like unibody case of the MacBook Pro translates so nicely for accessories as well. If you’re thinking about an aluminum case for your iPhone, check out the Ag++ case, created by designer Andrea Ponti.

ag++ aluminum iphone case andrea ponti

The Ag++ is made out of aluminum, and it’s a bumper case for your iPhone. It’s made up of two parts, that are screw-locked together. The case is made out of shock absorbent aircraft-grade aluminum, that weighs only 16 grams. The case is available in glossy, matte, or gloss/matte combo in the following colors: silver-gray, silver-orange, or silver-blue. The case also includes carbon fiber patterned back skins in both silver and black, but you can always skip that if you prefer the standard iPhone back plate.

ag++ aluminum iphone case andrea ponti

The Ag++ iPhone case is compatible with either the iPhone4 or 4S, and sells for $49.99(USD) from Pineway Asia.

ag++ aluminum iphone case andrea ponti

[via designboom]

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