Bamboo is one of the better renewable sources that can be used in a myriad of ways to make sure you keep up with the green theme of things. Case in point (pun not intended), cases for the iPad and iPhone – this particular market sees plenty of plastic and rubber use, but how many cases are made ot of bamboo? Blackbox Case’s new bamboo cases for Apple devices is currently a project on Kickstarter that wants to achieve an investment of $25,000 by September 15th, and they are shy of $3,000 as at press time in terms of pledges – with 8 more days to go, why not throw your support behind them?
Blackbox Case intends to show their appreciation to those who have donated to the cause by individually numbering and laser cutting the leather straps on each case, with the possibility for special laser engraving on the actual bamboo case itself. If you’re interested, you can also place pre-orders for cases through your pledges and donations. It takes around $80 to make sure your iPad 2 has a new eco-friendly bamboo case in due time.
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