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This Underwater Case For iPhone 4 & 4S Is An Epic Accessory

5 Years Ago By Richard Darell

When you stumble upon a find that takes the technology you’ve purchased to new levels, it’s always so exciting. It gives your gadgets a whole new feel when you know that there are several more levels to the way you could use them. As we all know, there is a lot of junk out there that shouldn’t really bend your mind to even consider buying, and then there are things that you just can’t wait to get a hold of. Even when they are still in development, you still want to mess around with them just to see what they can do. One such item, or should I say accessory, is exactly what I found today when I was surfing the waves of the Internet.

Have a look at this Professional Grade Underwater Housing Case for the iPhone 4 and 4S and tell me that it’s not the most badass iPhone case yet. Just the thought of being able to take your iPhone down to 100 feet underwater and shoot video is mind numbing. And, it is such a simple little accessory as well. It comes from the creator of Shark Week and Deadliest Catch, Kenneth Corben and his partner Ben Harvey. It’s still in development, but you have the chance to help fund the project and get a $300 discount.

All you do is pop your iPhone into the case, close the watertight lid, and you are ready to start shooting. The case, when out of development, will cost $699. However, for the ones who are interested, you can pledge some money on Kickstarter, and you will be able to get it for $399. Sure, it’s a chunk of money, but dang, you get a nice case for your iPhone and it will make your family reels look a heck of a lot cooler. I get such a strong urge to go to Malibu or Hawaii just to try this thing out. Wouldn’t that be a treat!

Professional Grade Underwater iPhone Case

Via: [OhGizmo!]

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