Difusi Ships New Line Leather Cases for iPod Nano and iPod
Difusi is introducing a series of new iPod cases designed for the new iPod nano and iPod video lines from Apple Computer. Targeted to the budget minded consumer who is looking for a high-quality iPod case, the Difusi iPod cases are made from 100% leather in a sleek, functional design that fully protects the iPod while allowing access to all ports. Difusi leather cases are built with the some of the best leather materials available in the market. The cases are designed specifically around Apple specifications to offer the most secure fit and accessibility to all features available on the iPod. The new line of cases support Apple's recently introduced iPod nano, while the new VideoWallet cases are designed to perfectly match the new 30GB or 80GB iPod with video players while still supporting the prior 5th Generation models.
The case exterior/interior are made with dual leathers including a tougher high quality top-grain calf leather exterior and a glove soft sheep leather interior. The cases are produced in a choice of ten different color options and include accessories like Clear Guard, a set of LCD screen, full-body, and click wheel protectors that are virtually invisible.
Additional case features include:
• Easy accessibility to all ports
• Reinforced padding and full body, leather construction
• Form-fitting design that provides a glove-like, secure fit for your new 30, or 80 Gig iPod with video and iPod nano (aluminum shell) models.
• Assembly from one of the the top case producer's worldwide.
• All Difusi products come with an unconditional money back guarantee where if you do not absolutely love your purchase, you can simply return it (No Questions Asked) within 14 days of purchase, as long as the item is returned in its original packaging in new condition.
Additionally, all current iPod cases from difusi, including the highly rated nanoValet for iPod are 100% compatible with the latest iPod releases by Apple.
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