Macedonia Case for iPod Touch
for iPod Touch (4th generation)
The iPod goes through our hands in various ways: showing photos to friends. Browsing to the next song while walking on the street. Balancing it with both hands getting to that next level of your favorite game. Better make sure it looks – and feels – great under all these circumstances.
- Box spring shock breakers that protect your iPod when you drop it.
- The case curls over your iPod at the edges, preventing it from laying or falling directly on its screen
- Thin, smooth, and ready for use. No getting stuck or becoming bulky !
- Open texture, enabling an airflow that keeps your device cool.
- Compatible with iPod Touch (4th generation).
Fast in use
Smooth material, holes for your fingers
The height differences and slight texture on the back of your case give your fingers the grip to get fast access to your iPod. Taking it out of your pocket or bag, and moving it around in your hands will become safer and effortless.
A case, however, should not become bulky, and specifically not `stick` in your pocket. The surface quality of our fiber material makes sliding it out easy.
Shock breaking pattern
Criss-cross design acts as a bumper
This 3-D designed texture acts as a box-spring shock breaker which protects your iPod. You can see that there are two flexible layers underneath eachother!
Front edge protection
Design curls around the edges and front
We have taken care to curl the case around the iPod’s edges, where the damage of falling or shocks can be biggest. Because the edges stick out, you cannot lay (or drop) your phone directly on its glass. No excess bulky material or flaps, but just enough to bring the protection we need.
Janne’s work has been extensively exhibited and used into permanent design collections around the world such as the MOMA, FIT, MAD and Vitra Design Museum. A pioneer in design for 3-D printing, Janne has executed a diversity of design projects for clients such as Hyundai, Asics, Autodesk, Havana Club, Nivea, NIKE, Rabobank, Philips and L’Oreal. More about Janne here.