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Tunewear debuts three new iPhone/iPod carrying cases

updated 11:55 pm EST, Mon February 23, 2009

iPhone carrying cases

Tunewear has released three new carrying cases to its line of iPhone, iPod or MP3 player accessories, JOGPOCKET, STRAPOCKET, and XTRAPOCKET. The JOGPOCKET is a lightweight case made for the iPod nano 4G, 1G and 2G. Consisting of a lightweight neoprene case with a detachable armband, the case is made for active people and helps protect against scratches and dirt. In addition, people can use the JOGPOCKET with the Nike+iPod sports kit, for times when jogging or exercising.

STRAPOCKET is a multi-functional carrying case for the iPhone 3G and iPod that enables people to hold both their phone and earphones. The outside of the case is made from anti-slip neoprene and has Velcro in the middle which allows people to open the case up and fold it around a bag strap.

XTRAPOCKET is another case made from neoprene material, and designed to hold both a device and a pair of earphones. The case comes with a detachable carabiner clip that hooks to either a bag handle or belt loop. Users can fit an iPhone, iPod or MP3 player in the device and hook their earphones around the extended tab with velcro which works as a cable winder. All three carrying cases can be purchased from the Tunewear website and are priced at $25 for the JOGPOCKET or STRAPOCKET, or $20 for the XTRAPOCKET.







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