Ipod Shuffle Case

Discussion in 'Digital Photography, Home and Portable Electronics' started by Overkill0001, May 8, 2006.

  1. Overkill0001

    Overkill0001 Master Guru

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    Hey I'm looking for a case for my new Ipod shuffle. I love this little thing but I am kinda scared it might break (it seems to be well built but better safe than sorry). I can afford another one so I want to protect it.

    So if anyone can recomend a protective case it would be great.

    And I don't mean something wussy like this:

    http://www.xtrememac.com/cases/shuffle/bumperz.php

    Something made out of steel would be nice :rolleyes: . My name is Overkill afterall.

    EDIT:
    hehe, shortly after posting I found this:

    http://www.griffintechnology.com/products/ivault/index.php

    I might buy one, it looks pretty awesome. But the offer is still up if someone wants suggest one.
     
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  2. Toji

    Toji Active Member

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    I wana know what's so good about shuffle? I picked out a 1gb san disk player for my dad cheaper than the 512MB Shuffle, that also has a built in FM tuner, and expandable SD memory slot. The best thing is that it can do everything else a ipod nano can with the exception of pictures. However the FM tuner is far better value expecialy when you run out of music.
     
  3. Overkill0001

    Overkill0001 Master Guru

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    Well I got my Ipos Shuffle for really cheap because I got it used from a friend. My brother and my dad both have one of those sandisk MP3 players. The FM Tuner doesn't work on one of them. I like my Shuffle because it's smaller, lighter, more simple, has an internal battery that seems like it lasts forever, and it's brand name. I wouldn't buy one at suggested retail price though, if I didn't get the good deal, I would be using one of those SandDisk ones.
     

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