Hot iPhone 5 self-standing 3D cup silicone case tells how special case can lookby Sophie James Samsung Accessories
you are a steadfast iPhone fan, then you might have seen tremendous iPhone
cases printed with the as gorgeous pattern as possible and framed as special
and unique shapes that you can imagine. The fact is that no matter how unique
they may appear at the first sight you may forget about them in a short time
since their flat design make them hard to impress people.
This is the paradox for the iPhone cases: the flat design is to not only suit the phone but also not affect the portability of the device, but they are actually not special at all while the weird design iPhone cases, though surely impressive enough, are the not the choices for the mainstream of the customers, just thinking about the bizarre prominent parts on the case may render your slim and ethereal bulky and inconvenient. If the iPhone accessories makers can strike a good balance between the two, then they will bring out some really impressive and unforgettable iPhone 5 cases.
If you have get enough of the dull non-script case with an even back cover, why not have a look at this special self-standing 3D cup mug silicone cover for iPhone 5? It will be the most special iPhone 5 silicone case that you have seen ever. Just as what your first sight at this case tells you, it is molded as the shape of cup or mug, with the prominent handle. This handle constitutes all the pros and con of this case.The pros are that the handle not only makes users better hold the phone with no fear of falling off and also can work as a earphone cable winder, which can help you sort out the long and tangled lone cables. Above all, this handle is the key to the self-standing of your iPhone 5. Without that handle, your iPhone 5 will not be able to stand straight on your table. While the con is that this handle is the main reason to cause the poor portability. With this cup case on, your iPhone will not be able to thrust into the pocket of your jeans.
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