This offering from Crazy Case is exactly what you could have asked to get your nerd cells ticking. Haters might call it impractical, but you know it is awesome, especially when you get to see it in action. The DMC-12 has amazing detail with lights and wires that glow when you get a call or notifications.
We almost thought lines had been drawn with the Ramen Bowl Smartphone Holder, but that was just naivety. The place this world is, you could never draw a line for weirdness. In that spirit, we now take a look at the iPhone cup holder. So what do you do when you need to text and have a cup in hand?
A metallic case that protects your beloved iPhone, and also comes in handy should you decide to call it in for defensive duty. Although it would be awkward and unfit for any real use, but as a novelty iPhone case, this thing is gold, and about as expensive at $154.
More fun will be had with this drawing tool built into your iPhone case. The devil is of course, in the details where they smartly decided to name this the case iFoolish. Costs $24.
There are quite a few cases that would give the iPhone a camera look, but it is the extra mile you intend to go, the Snap! case may have something for you. The case has three parts, a metallic top, a black lower part and a fake lens to complete the appearance. As the renderings go, the case does appear to give a nice camera look to the iPhone. It is just a concept at the moment though, with no definite word on production.
If you are out looking for a new iPhone cases, give a thought to the ReCase from Miniwiz. The cases are made entirely from recycled agricultural waste and post consumer plastic. Agricultural bi-product in question are rice husks, which are then combined with plastics to form POLLIBER. Apart from holding the iPhone safe, ReCases have space to carry credit cards and an RFID card, that you may use to find the phone in case you misplace it.
Earonic iPhone cases are… well, ears printed onto iPhone cases. Although they happen to be printed very wisely and would likely create an interesting effect, if these images are anything to go by. Earonic caes are available in a variety of options and priced at $20.
The iPhone itself is a pretty decent camera for casual use, but if you do need to show your love for photography, the Wood Camera iPhone Case has you covered. The cases are available in walnut and bamboo, and have the unmistakable look of the old-school camera. Also, the engravings look pretty nicely done, so all is fine, even though it might be b*tch to clean those things later. Costs $42.
Ear Case does very much look like a fun iPhone case to have, and you kind of get gigantic ears free with this one. The case is made of silicone rubber and is in the shape of a large ear so we guess it is more of a fun-type thing rather than a regular case you would carry along. Additionally, the absence of a hole for the phone’s camera and the unwittingly large size do really make this thing more like something you would play around with for fun, rather than one you carry around all day. The case will be up soon with a retail price of ~$21.