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DLO ships Action Jacket for iPhone

updated 04:40 pm EST, Fri December 14, 2007

Action Jacket for iPhone

Digital Lifestyle Outfitters (DLO) today began shipping its new Action Jacket for iPhone. The sport-ready neoprene case fits both 4GB and 8GB iPhones, and includes all the features of prior Action Jackets like an integrated belt clip as well as a play-through screen covering. Available in black, the DLO Action Jacket protects the iPhone on-the-go while enabling users to take incoming calls and access all touchscreen controls. The case is priced at $30.



"With its integrated belt clip and removable, adjustable armband, the Action Jackets takes sport cases to a new level of flexibility," said DLO. "Users can easily clip the Action Jacket to their clothing or a backpack for daily use, or add the armband for sport use. Its crystal-clear window shields the iPhone touchscreen from scratches and moisture, while still providing complete play-through control."

The included armband is machine washable and fits any bicep from 9-inches to 20-inches, and the Action Jacket is 'workout safe' to protect the iPhone from scratches and dings at the gym or during other physical activity.




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  1. coffeetime

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    that's not cool

    It's like strapping my Motorola phone onto my arm. How cool is that? Can I also strap a speaker onto other arm.

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