Stealth iPod Cases Look Like Fake Altoid Tins

Nov 6th, 2006 | By | Category: iPod Accessories, iPods & Portable Media Players

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iDisguise has introduced two new anti-theft cases for iPod nanos that are designed to look like mint candy tins. The cases are meant to be used when an iPod is stored away and not being used.

The stealthy cases face competition from Altoids tins, which some mint-lovers have converted to use as curiously strong iPod nano cases:

iPod altoid case

The two iDisguise cases currently available are made to fit the first and second generation iPod Nano, but can also be used to conceal a first or second generation iPod shuffle.

The cases are 4” x 2” x 1” and retail for $10.95. Additional cases are in development that will suit other iPod models.

3 Responses to “Stealth iPod Cases Look Like Fake Altoid Tins”

  1. Just Saying says:

    Ive had more cases of altoids stolen than ipods.

  2. info says:

    Good point – but who wants to steal fake Altoids?

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