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Contour unveils rubberized hard case for iPhone

updated 11:40 pm EDT, Thu April 24, 2008

Contour iPhone HardSkin

Contour Design today unveiled the HardSkin for iPhone, a case based off of its iSee iPhone v3 model that adds a rubberized finish to the outside shell. The hard shell offers protection to the iPhone's features, while the silicone adds to impact resistance, and allows the iPhone to remain safely on a flat surface. The HardSkin case allows for full access to the device's functions, while still offering complete protection. HardSkin for iPhone costs $35.

The case fastens to the iPhone by clipping together, and also includes a slim holster which can hold the device face-in or face-out.




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  1. MacChicaroo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -1

    sfbags

    I find that the rubberized ones tend to pick up lint and other gunk in my bags. I like this one from waterfield designs because it protects the screen too.

    http://www.sfbags.com/products/iphonesmartcase/iphonesmartcase.htm

  1. loudpedal

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -1

    Pretty nice design

    Typical for Contour Designs, the appearance looks nice but I wouldn't want to keep it in my pocket due to the aforementioned lint pickup and the difficulty in getting a rubberized product out of my pocket quickly. With the holster, it may be fine but I never would wear my phone like that.

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