Sena Announces Cases For iPhone 3G

Sena Cases has announced several new cases for the iPhone 3G that have been specifically formed to fit it’s new exterior design. According to the company, all have been handmade in Europe by ‘leather artisans’, all of which feature full-grain Italian Napa leather in a variety of colors. All of the cases are expected to ship next month.

Their Elega Pouch for the iPhone 3G ($40) is a leather pouch with velvet lining and shock-absorbant padding with a light and ridged protective external layer.It comes with a ratchet belt clip and has holes for the speakers.

Their Walletskin case ($52, $42 if you pre-order)combines a traditional pouch with a landscape flap-opening wallet. It has pockets for your credit cards and a transparent ID card holder.

The Walletbook case has a few more features than the Walletskin case, featuring a velvet lining, camera, microphone and speaker openings, and access to the touchscreen, while the body of the device remains enclosed. Opposite the screen is a cover that clips shut for protection, which also features two credit card slots and an ID card holder.

Their Ultra Slim Pouch ($30) is their thinnest case, offering the most form-fitting design of all the Sena cases. It’s made of leather and has a velvet lining.

The Leatherskin ($42, $34 if you pre-order) is a thin leather case that encloses the body of the device, covering the screen with a thin protective layer that leaves it fully usable. It offers access to the proximity sensor, earphone and speaker holes, and comes with a belt clip.

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