I’ve seen many iPhone cases on the internet for sale, but I haven’t seen one that’s cheap enough to match the $20 price tag.
So I decided to make my own iPhone case out of a cord, a donger and a case.
I was initially skeptical of this project, but after seeing how cheap the iPhone case is, I finally decided to give it a try.
I chose a $25 dongal with a cord that I picked up at a local electronics store, and I’m using the $25 case to hold my iPhone 3GS when not in use.
The iPhone case itself is made from 2/4″ thick ABS plastic, and is about the size of a small laptop case, and comes with a 3M elastic band to keep the iPhone inside.
When I’m not using the phone, I’ve found that I just toss the case into my bag and forget about it.
This iPhone case has a built-in battery compartment, which is handy for charging my iPhone if I don’t have one.
The case also comes with an extra elastic band, and the elastic band fits snugly over the iPhone’s case so that it doesn’t slide around when I’m charging the phone.
My iPhone case also has a Velcro-lock on the bottom of the case to keep my phone in place when not using it.
If you’re interested in a similar iPhone case, I’d recommend buying the one from Birla.
I’ve been looking for a good case for a while, and while the case is pretty basic, the dongles and cases make it worth it.
The best part about this case is that it’s pretty cheap, and if you don’t mind spending $20 to make it, it’s worth every penny.