Factron Quattro case for iPhone 3GS is fancy and expensive


For the ultimate in iPhone 3GS protection and to take advantage of its camera function, you could get the Factron Quattro for iPhone SP, a case made from leather, carbon fiber, and stainless steel. The case is just under $200, and additional lenses like the fish-eye, wide angle, and macro zoom are about $15-50 each. I think this is only available in Japan though.


Product page (Thanks, Hitoshi!)

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3 Responses to Factron Quattro case for iPhone 3GS is fancy and expensive

  1. madzack says:

    jesus that is ugly!

  2. Secret_Life_of_Plants says:

    I kind of like it, although the screws make it look like a salt and pepper shaker.

  3. Kazakh boy says:

    i wanna buy this!

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