iPad Sleeve Made From Wetsuits

iPad Sleeve Made From Wetsuits

Published by on May 16, 2012 under Mobile

iPad Sleeve Made From Wetsuits

Excess wetsuits have been upcycled at UncommonGoods and turned into fashionable and sporty iPad sleeves coming in different color combinations. The soft yet durable material can keep not only your tablet protected, but also your smartphone, other devices, as well as small accessories that you need to carry with you.

The 10-inch uncycled wetsuit iPad sleeves are made from nylon and neoprene, are not waterproof, and have a size of 10.75 x 8.5 x 1 inch. You can buy them for $28 each and use them with any 10-inch system.

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3 Replies to "iPad Sleeve Made From Wetsuits"

  1. This is such a clever idea. I love taking recycled products and turning it into something new and usable… keep sending!

  2. billy says:

    is it waterproof?

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  3. Chrixah says:

    iPad is amazing! One of the most trending gadget today, it is also compatible for a new technology gadget like magic cube (www.magiccubestore.com) – a laser projection Bluetooth keyboard and mouse enabling you to type just the way you do it on a conventional keyboard.

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