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Briefly: Vapor Elite Pro unveiled, First Griffin store opens

updated 12:39 pm EDT, Thu June 7, 2012

First Griffin retail store opens in London

Element Case has launched a new line of protective cases for the iPhone 4/4S constructed from certified exotic wood, a hard plating and leather. The Vapor Pro Elite is being offered in four models, Nickel/Brown, Nickel/Cream, Black/Gold, and Frost/White, each with a transit kit that allows users to further customize the case. The transit kit includes a screen protector, EVA molded foam zipper case and a Vapor speed wrench. Prices for the Vapor Pro elite range from $170 to $180 and quantities are said to be very limited.

First Griffin retail store opened in London, England

The first-ever Griffin retail store has been opened at Westfield, Stratford City, directly across from Olympic Stadium in London. The interactive store allows customers to see and test a range of Griffin products including the Helo TC line of App Powered remote control helicopters. Additionally, the store features a Charge Bar that offers customers the opportunity to charge any personal mobile devices, and a kids' area that showcases kid-friendly products including Griffin's line of Crayola accessories.




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  1. macnnoel

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    With low end look paired w/ astronomical prices

    Profit would likely be Vapor as well.

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