09. 14. 2007
Belkin "Hope" Cases for iPods - Support breast cancer research
Belkin is one of my favorite companies, and not just because of their excellent products, but also because of their social consciousness. They've just come out with 5 new pink-and-chocolate colored cases to help fund Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a network of breast cancer survivors and activists supporting cancer research. For each pink-and-chocolate colored case sold, Belkin will donate $2.50 to support Komen for the Cure (with a minimum guaranteed donation of $225,000).
These new cases add to Belkin’s existing “Hope” line of iPod cases for Komen for the Cure, Sport Armband for iPod nano and “Hope” Remix Metal for iPod in nano. The five new cases are available this month:
Pocket Blues for iPod nano - $24.99 (Pictured above)
Constructed of high-end denim material, includes carabiner, features functional, denim click-wheel protector
Remix Acrylic for iPod nano $24.99
“True-sense” click wheel provides full protection and functionality, soft-touch backing comes in pink or chocolate
Remix Metal for iPod nano $24.99
Constructed of clear acrylic and brushed metal, unique, soft-touch click-wheel protector
Slim Fit for iPod nano $24.99 (Above)
Lightweight, easy to carry case, provides complete protection and full functionality, constructed of durable, washable neoprene material
Folio for iPod nano $24.99
Provides full protection and easy-navigation access, iIncludes wristlet for easy carrying, interior mirror doubles as a picture frame
For more information, check out Belkin for the Cure. Buy two.