A young, enthusiastic team of designers from Curve Creative is currently working on a range of 3D printed Apple accessories. Dublin-based Curve Creative is a new start-up industrial design studio founded in mid 2011. There are countless products on the market for Apple iPhone and iPod, but Curve Creative is trying to make them with more minimalistic in design - less material, less weight but a much more streamlined appearance.
Here are three newly designed Apple accessories we picked from Curve Creative:
1. Headbuddy - A sports band for apple headphones
The Headbuddy is a simple solution for headphones. Just loop your existing Apple headphones into the Headbuddy so the earbuds can be held securely in to make it more comfortable to wear and especially useful while running.
It is 3D printed in super strong, flexible, polyamide plastic and now available on Shapeways for €25.89.
2. Nanolet - iPod Nano Bracelet
The Nanolet is a one part 3D printed bracelet. It is printed in strong and flexible materials that you can simply wraps around your wrist. It carries a price tag of €20.28 and available in five colours (black, white, red, blue, grey) and length of 165mm - 190mm. Perfect for runners!
3. Angryman - iPhone stand headphone wrap
This iPhone stand with a funny name has multiple function: it is a iPhone stand, but also a cable tidy and cable shortener. It is designed to be attached to the side of iPhone. It holds the iPhone at various angles and positions keeping your hands free while watching a movie.
While your phone not in use you can wind the headphone wires on the Angryman to keep them tidy. You can also attach the Angryman to a keychain and carry your headphones around. Costs €11.85 and can be purchased in a variety of colors.
(Image Courtesy: Curve Creative)
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Anja wrote at 3/21/2012 12:19:59 PM:
Alan wrote at 3/21/2012 10:29:11 AM:
Great post! Just wondering is that the correct price for the angryman?