Sonos Sleeve for iPhone 3G(S) and iPod touch

by Volker Weber

Sonos branded sleeve
Photo: vowe

Want to show your Sonos love right on your Sonos remote, a.k.a. iPhone or iPod touch? I have the case for you. Convince me you need one and it may be yours. Sorry, no international shipments.

Incipio Sleeves
Photo: vowe

These are really cool Incipio sleeves where the bottom slides off to make the device fit in a dock.

Comments

Ich plane mir Geräte von Sonus zuzulegen. So wird auch wieder mein Ipod Touch 1st gen einem Nutzen zugeführt, der seit dem neuen IPhone nur auf dem Couchtisch rumliegt.
Wenn das reicht um Sie zu überzeugen, hätte ich gerne eine Hülle. Voraussetzung ist natürlich, dass dem Ipod das neue Kleid auch passt.

Beste Grüße

Johannes Matzke, 2010-07-30 13:53

Passt leider nur um die zweite und dritte Generation.

Volker Weber, 2010-07-30 14:00

Hallo Volker,

mit 3 Sonos Devices brauche ich das unbedingt ;-) Prio 1: IPad, Prio 2: IPhone

Grüße

Felix

Felix Binsack, 2010-07-30 14:19

iPad habe ich nicht, aber iPhone 3G kann ich machen.

Volker Weber, 2010-07-30 14:53

When I look at this, only one word comes to mind: FUGLY.

Thomas Gumz, 2010-07-30 17:55

Geh wech! Echt?

Volker Weber, 2010-07-30 17:56

Ick bin schon wech, keene bange.

Thomas Gumz, 2010-07-30 19:34

also eins für mein 3GS hät ich gern wenn Sie noch eins haben.

Detlev Buschkamp, 2010-07-31 00:58

Looks to be knockoffs of the Incase cases for the 3G and Ipod. They have been around for years. They might be ugly and make the device bigger but my iphone 3G looks brand new when I remove it from the case.

Bryan McDade, 2010-08-01 14:17

I have two CR100s but have found that I am more and more using my Ipod Touch for controlling SONOS. As the current Ipod Touch case is a bit bulky but should not be replaced without good reasons (gift from my wife... ;-) a free new case making the Ipod Touch an "official" SONOS controller in the house might do the trick :-)

Thomas Jona, 2010-08-02 08:31

Looks like a perfectly good reason, but unfortunately they are all gone.

Volker Weber, 2010-08-02 11:19

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