A Doctor Who Inspired Ipad 2 Case Exclusive Giveaway

Check out this very cool 11th Doctor inspired iPad 2 case made from duct tape.

The one of a kind giveaway is part of a promotion being run on Kickstarter to raise funds for the project.

Duct Tape. What proper geek doesn’t love the stuff? There have been many duct tape projects shown around the interwebs but the latest from coregeek.net takes the sticky stuff to a new level: iPad 2 protection. That’s correct. If you’ve ever thought that wrapping your beloved iDevice in duct tape would be a cool idea, the iPad 2 Duct Tape Magnetic Jacket (DTMJ) has got you covered.

This is no silly duct tape sleeve. The DTMJ is a full fledged, folio style case with built in typing prop and viewing stand. The DTMJ utilizes the power of magnets to keep the iPad 2 attached inside. These aren’t your run of the mill magnets either, they’re neodymium magnets that are super strong. Underneath the duct tape exterior is a lightweight, thin, yet durable plywood core. This is the same wood that is used to skin radio-controlled airplanes. Inside you find a high quality, soft felt lining that caresses the iPad 2 perfectly. On the outer corners there are two safety tabs created by the process of 3D printing that keep the iPad 2 safe and secure. Neodymium magnets, airplane parts, 3D printing and duct tape; a geeks delight that equals one serious case.

The iPad 2 Duct Tape Magnetic Jacket is available right now via Kickstarter as a pre-order in several pledge level options.

Funding through Kickstarter is a make it or break it deal. If the project does not reach its goal these awesome beauties will not be made. If you choose to support (pre-order) you will not be charged for your support unless the project has been fully funded. So either way you are protected as a supporter. In other words: if the project is not funded your are not out any money. If the project is funded coregeek hopes to shipping in February.- ducttapecase.com

For a chance to win this special case head here for all the info on how to enter the giveaway and then head here for details on the Kickstarter project.

GS Reporter: Nuge

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