Root Cases Wooden iPhone 4 Case

Which kind of wood is your favorite, bamboo, zebrawood, walnut, or wenge? No matter what wood, you can find the favorite wooden iPhone 4 case from Root Cases.

Root Cases Wooden iPhone 4 Case

Root Cases is a new manufacturer dedicated to wooden gadgets from a small town in Idaho. At present, they have released four well-designed wooden iPhone 4 cases based on different kinds of wood including bamboo, zebrawood, walnut, or wenge. Each iPhone 4 wooden case features two-piece design so that you can apply the case to your iPhone 4 with ease.

Root Cases Wooden iPhone 4 Case

Besides, as we can see from the images, the button covers, black lining and hardwood construction make the case effectively protect the iPhone 4 from shocks and scratches. Of course, all iPhone 4 buttons and functions can be accessed through reserved holes.

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Root Cases Wooden iPhone 4 Case Root Cases Wooden iPhone 4 Case

Root Cases wooden iPhone 4 case is priced at $59 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Root Cases for more details. additionally, if you need more options, you might like to check Vers iPhone 4 wooden case, Hacoa wooden iPhone 4 case, and more via “wooden iPhone 4 case” tag.

Update: before jumping to the destination, you may want to check the negative comments from readers below.

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    My site has a lot of completely unique content I’ve either created myself or outsourced but it seems a lot of it is popping it up all over the internet without my authorization. Do you know any ways to help protect against content from being stolen? I’d
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  • Tjalling van Vleuten

    Donovan, you’re probably right. Here’s what iLounge.com had to say about the Root Cases gang (see http://www.ilounge.com/index.php/reviews/entry/root-cases-iphone-4-case/):

    “After Root Cases violated our astroturfing policy by posting comments on a news article pretending to be a customer interested in this product, we have opted not to cover the company’s releases, which strongly appear to be knockoffs of cases by Miniot. We strongly urge readers not to do business with companies that engage in dishonest marketing practices, which iLounge has warned against for years.”

    Nuff said I guess, no matter if they are Chinese or Martian.

  • Donovan Philips

    The design of these cheap fakes look fairly similar tot the real deal indeed. You’ve got to give it to the Idaho Copycat Crew: they sure have a keen eye for every detail the steal ;-).

    But as often, looks can be deceiving. The difference between a real Miniot and fake ones gets all too obvious when one takes a closer look into the quality of the products. It’s in their lack of the Miniot production and research & development facilities that couterfeiters run into problems, and have to come up with their typical pathetic solutions and poor work-arounds.

    Aw well, sorry for the rant. I just can’t stand copycats. One final word for people who buy these rugged, lumpy, pre-broken-during-shipment fake Miniot cases: What if you were to find out your iPhone is in fact a Chinese copy?

  • Katy Green

    I had bought one from them.very nice.and the price is good.Miniot is expensive.But quality and design looks similar.

  • Daan Baars

    These rootcases are poorly chinese made copies of the Dutch made Miniot cases. See http://www.miniot.com. These guys are making wooden iPod and iPhone cases for about 5 years now, and the quality is amazing. These rootcases people are stealing their designs.

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