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  • Fabrix Cases- Handmade iPhone 3G Pouches (Giveaway Ended)


    Fabrix cases are unique handmade pouches for iPhone and your other devices. The cases are mostly made of cloth like linen, corduroy etc (yeah, that’s true!), enhancing the “wow” factor. Recently, the company launched some nice printed designs for the cases too. These are “limited” editions of the case and cost a bit more than the normal ones.

    Although these cases are hand stitched, there’s no compromise with the quality! The stitches are perfect, though the case is a bit loose, which can be taken as a positive point (read below). When it comes to design, their collection is varied, ranging from base cloth changes to three great printed designs that give your device a personal touch. A small “cute” feature of the case is that it sports a little lanyard inside to hang a keychain or some other small stuff.

    The limited edition cases have their name hidden at the bottom with a little company tag on side. The stitching is clearly visible on the inside of case but it’s completely invisible outside. There’s even some extra space in the pouch that allows you to put the phone in with a thin case on it - but thick ones like the Mophie doesn’t fit at all.



    The case even provides decent shock absorption as a surplus, although its not meant for protection of that kind. One major issue - the phone can slip easily off the case as the top of the case is open and it isn’t quite tight enough to grip the iPhone.

    I recommend the case to anyone looking for something different for the price tag of just $29.90 (normal edition is $21.90) - but if you are not willing to spend that money, we are giving away two limited edition cases namely, the “Mojoko” and “eeShaun” for iPhone 3G. To enter the contest, just post a comment in the thread with the format “F- your views about the case ” (mandatory). The format is strict and any comment ignoring it will not be counted. All double entries and PM entries will be disqualified. The two winners will be announced in a week and the prize can be shipped worldwide as well.

    For those who can't wait for this contest to end, use the coupon code "modmyi" at Fabrix Cases - Protecting the things you love… in style to get a modest 10% discount on the whole order! The coupon is valid till 7th March.

    P.S If you don’t own an iPhone 3G but a device having similar dimensions (like iPod Touch or iPhone 2G), you can still participate in the contest.

    UPDATE: GIVEAWAY ENDED!

    UPDATE 2: Chase817 and whateverman24791 wins the two cases!

    UPDATE 3: If
    whateverman24791 doesn't claim the prize within 4 hours from this edit by replying to the PM I sent, someone else will get the case (Mojoko left).

    UPDATE 4: thetoothfairy wins the Mojoko case in place of whateverman24791. Congrats to the winners!
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Fabrix Cases- Handmade iPhone 3G Pouches (Giveaway Inside!) started by sayam View original post
    Comments 171 Comments
    1. r1994augusto's Avatar
      r1994augusto -
      this is really nice
      they should do this for the 2g too!
    1. sayam's Avatar
      sayam -
      These fit 2G iPhones really well. One of my friend has it on his and it's as good as on my 3G iPhone!
    1. toothy17's Avatar
      toothy17 -
      f- that case looks sweet and i will check out that site
    1. steveleepete's Avatar
      steveleepete -
      F- This case is AWESOME! and i really hope i win a free one to let you all know how amazing it is!



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    1. KoNeko's Avatar
      KoNeko -
      F- Colorful and creative works of art that accentuate the remaining style you've been wanting to show off with your iPhone 3G. Pouches that provide protection and a little bit of "pizzaz"!
    1. btung's Avatar
      btung -
      F- i think that this case would be great to have around since i don't like those rubber ones. they stick to things and don't feel comfortable in the hand. ones like these cloth and fabric cases will do excpecially well because they blend in with my work area (fashion and designs) and also are supposedly thin and druable for those mountain climbing trips. i really want one of these ever since my rubber one failed terribly.
    1. Deviatorz's Avatar
      Deviatorz -
      F- very ghetto
    1. panos0310's Avatar
      panos0310 -
      F- I think a tighter fit would not harm overall functionality. Very beautiful design
    1. cellmate75's Avatar
      cellmate75 -
      F- Looks like a pretty awesome case. I like how it says, "Hi." in all different languages.
      :-)
    1. danielbonnells's Avatar
      danielbonnells -
      F- this case looks tight. Fun colors lol
    1. Dizzy714's Avatar
      Dizzy714 -
      F- The eeShaun can totally replace my girlfriend Shauna.
    1. rockjohn's Avatar
      rockjohn -
      F- i really want one looks like it can come in handy.
    1. sayam's Avatar
      sayam -
      Dizzy714, which case is that?
    1. porkepig's Avatar
      porkepig -
      F- "Fantastic flipping fine fancy cover get me one of them even if my use of F doesn't work for the competition. Good stuff finally something that makes my Iphone more a part of me!!! yeoow"
    1. Stefanradev2v's Avatar
      Stefanradev2v -
      F- This looks awesome. I'm curious what the other one looks like
    1. mariojas's Avatar
      mariojas -
      F- This case is AWESOME! i really hope i win
    1. asma123's Avatar
      asma123 -
      F- It looks really nice. I like the uniqueness of the case, seeing that it has hello in various languages
    1. wirelessdeo's Avatar
      wirelessdeo -
      “F- interesting case, reminds me of the bus from the Partridge Family (SP?)”
    1. killahov's Avatar
      killahov -
      F- love the retro look can definitely see myself rockin this just so my iphone could stand out from the crowd
    1. lom51's Avatar
      lom51 -
      F- This case not only looks awsome, but you can learn from it aswell, in several different languages how to say "Hello"