strictly speaking, the DODOnotes for iPhone 5 by DODOcase isn’t really a case per say. it is sort of a case that combines the best of both digital (i.e. your iPhone) and analog world (i.e. the good old writing paper). what you have here is a notebook with a die-cut tray for your iPhone 5 on its bookcloth fabric-made cover. a colorful elastic strap is used to hold the phone in place on the notebook, and on the inside, there is a 30-page tear-out sheets crafted from Mohawk Superfine paper. the only thing missing here is a pen holder. so i would say it is almost perfect. personally, i’d bring along a pen and a Moleskine notebook for those times where i want to jot down ideas or doodle something without having turn on my phone and this could be the perfect combination. additionally, if the die-cut slot isn’t used for your iPhone, it could be use to store other loose stuff such as business cards, cash and the likes. available in red, blue and classic black, the DODOnotes is also available for iPhone 4/4S. you can your DODONOTES for iPhone 5 by DODOcase for just $13.95 each. take a few more look in the mini gallery below.

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  1. Regrettably this product infringes long standing
    (since 1965) and very extensive trademarks we hold in both the USA and UK/EU
    for the word ‘Dodo’ in paper stationery products, class 16. We are in contact
    with DODOcase regarding this but thus far have heard nothing from them in
    relation to their changing the name to remove the word ‘Dodo’. We admire
    DODOcase for their iPad and digital protection products but we will protect our
    trademarks from infringement. Rebecca Jay Managing Director, Dodo Pad Ltd.

    1. woah. that’s new to me. we aren’t even aware of that if we didn’t hear from you. in any case, hope everything works out well for you guys.

      1. We have today concluded an amicable agreement with DODOcase and they are changing the name of the product to ‘DODOcase Notes’ which is not considered an infringement of our trademarks as it simply uses their housemark.

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