Daily Objects launches Designer Cases for Apple iPhones

Earlier, we reviewed the custom case from the Daily Objects for our Apple iPhone 5 and we were left impressed with their quality and design. Mobile and device accessories e-commerce portal Daily Objects have come up with designer cases under its own label ‘Firki’. It allows people to have a unique identity for their devices and these custom cases help them to reflect their personal style These designer cases also uses the same technology to permanently print the design on them. So, apart from providing protection to the device, they make your devices stand out from others. At the moment, these cases are available for Apple iPhones only, including the older iPhone 4/ 4S sporting 3.5 inch display and relatively new iPhone 5/ 5C/ 5S with 4 inch display. There are around 8-10 different designs for the respective iPhones. Each design is inspired by some interesting things like iPod, Pacman, Joker, Digital Radio, and more- digital_radio_ip5_1ipod_ip4_1 joker_ip4_1pac_man_ip5c_1 The cases are available with the price tag of Rs 1,499 and can be ordered on Cash on Delivery with free shipping. You will also be getting 1 year of warranty on manufacturing defects and print. Order them from here.

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