November 21, 2013 in Bags and Cases (E)
[prMac.com] Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Ubergoat today is pleased to announce the new Rub-a-Dub(TM) unCase for the new "gold standard" Apple iPhone5s, iPhones 5 and 4, iPod touch and iPad. Don't hide your museum-worthy iDevice in an ugly plastic case. Free your iDevice with an Ubergoat Rub-a-Dub unCase!
An Ubergoat unCase protects and serves with luxurious 100% cashmere on the outside and optical glass cleaning cloth on the inside. Ecofriendly unCases are cut from previously worn 100% cashmere sweaters and are lined with optical cloth for cleaning fingerprint smudges from the glass surface. The cases, along with the production and packaging, are based on a holistic philosophy which focuses on thinking and acting more consciously and responsibly about our current lifestyle and our ongoing relationship to our environment.
Ubergoat Rub-a-DubTM unCase Feature Highlights:
* 100% cashmere made from previously worn cashmere sweaters
* Fully lined with optical cloth for cleaning of the glass surfaces
* One of a kind cashmere solids, prints and weaves
* Basswood cordwrap and conVerd Board(TM) stand are included accessories
* Made in the USA
Pricing and Availability:
UnCases for iPhone are $19.00 (USD) for plain cashmere and $22.00 for printed and textured cashmere. Both include a basswood cordwrap. UnCases for regular iPad are $39.00 for plain cashmere and $42.00 for printed and textured cashmere. Both include a conVerd Board(TM) stand. iPad Mini unCases are $29.00 for plain cashmere and $32.00 for printed and textured cashmere. A basswood cordwrap is included with each iPad Mini(R) unCase.
Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Ubergoat is a privately held company committed to providing recycled products for Apple iDevices. Copyright (C) 2011-2013 Ubergoat. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple iPhone and Apple iPad, are all registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries. conVerd Board(TM) is a registered trademark of conVerd, LLC. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.