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WaterField Designs' Lightweight iPod Nano Case - WaterField Designs' Lightweight iPod Nano Case
Mon, April 19 2004 | 10:23PM | PermaLink Feedback?

WaterField Designs has developed a protective thin case for the iPod nano, and re-designed its popular small iPod Gear Pouch to accommodate the iPod nano and its various accessories.

The slim iPod nano Case weighs next to nothing, and incorporates three layers of protection. The exterior is sturdy Indium nylon which comes in five eye-popping colors, the plastic middle layer provides protection against impact; and the interior layer of cushiony neoprene has a silky liner, making it smooth and easy to slide the iPod nano in and out of the case. An elastic band, cleverly sewn in the back, is for storing the ear buds. This nifty feature prevents tangling and conveniently stows the ear buds when not in use. The snug fit keeps the iPod nano safe inside, and the silky nylon interior helps prevent scratches and protects the screen from minor impact.

Like all WaterField products, the new iPod nano case and the redesigned small portable Gear Pouch can be used with any of the WaterField bags like Cargo, Cozmo, or VertiGo without fear of clashing colors. Both are available now at While we're on the subject of this San Francisco companies' sturdy gear, be sure to check out PCSTATS review of the Waterfield Designs Gear Bags and Notebook Sleeves too!

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