wallet-style cases are not new and today’s slew of offerings does require your device to be clicked to a snap case-like contraption or worst, slide your device into a cumbersome leather ‘pocket’ which hinders access and difficult to remove, but with the Nodus Access Case, it uses micro-suction cup technology to adhere the device securely within the case without hindrance posed by the aforementioned. by doing away with traditional snap case holder or pocket, it affords a design that is superbly clean and minimalist, thus resulting in a case with slimmer profile (translation: sleek). the style factor is attributed by the use of the micro-suction cup with allows for the said slim and clean design, which is further accentuated by the fine Italian leather construction. the micro suction also allows you to remove the device swiftly as and when needed, and you can do it many times over without affecting its adhesion property.

other details include micro suction cup closure, cutout for camera, and a subtly incorporated utility for holding your cash or cards for those grab-and-go days. the Nodus Access Case is available for all iPhone models starting from iPhone 4, both generation of iPad mini, 2nd generation iPad and newer, as well as Samsung GALAXY S4. you can secure yourself one through the product’s Kickstarter campaign for £39 and up (around US$65 and up), with delivery expected to happen in March 2014. btw, it has already met its set minimum funding goal, which means you will be getting the reward corresponding to your pledge amount. check out a pitch video to learn more.

Published by Mike

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