Wired Magazine on CaseMaker Pro “The Case Maker Pro
lets you change your iPhone case as easily as
slapping another sticker on your laptop.” By Liana
Bandziulis, Wired Magazine
Turn Any Image Into an iPhone Case
With This Handy Gadget
By Liana Bandziulis
The Case Maker Pro lets you change your iPhone case as easily as
slapping another sticker on your laptop. Take a magazine page or photo
and stick it into the CaseMaker—essentially, a giant hole puncher the
size of an iPhone—and clamp down. Slip the photo into the clear case and
snap it onto your phone. Repeat until your printer runs out of ink, or
all your magazines have iPhone-shaped holes in them.
The case itself, made of dual-injection polycarbonate and silicone with
clear insets on the back and edges, is elegant and slim in its own
right, and fits the phone securely. The solid metal CaseMaker slices
through most paperlike substances. Showcase your photos or drawings;
recycle a Trader Joe’s bag or some shiny wrapping paper; make art out of
old shopping lists or maps. You can even keep a couple sheets stacked
inside the case, for quick swaps between work time and play time.
Right now, it’s only available for the iPhone 5/5s. At $50 for the
CaseMaker and one case, it’s a commitment, although you can get more
cases separately if you don’t mind sharing the punch tool.
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