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Proporta Profile Case

17 Feb 10

Made from a thin, yet really tough polycarbonate and coated in a stylish, embossed soft leather, the Profile Case (Apple iPhone 3G) is the perfect accessory to protect your Apple iPhone 3G from everyday bumps and scratches. Although protection is paramount, Proporta haven’t forgotten about the importance of style. The Profile Case is available in both red with a flower style emboss and black with a cluster style emboss, proving that function does not have to triumph over fashion. Allow Proporta to provide you with both. Because your Profile Case is designed to fit the exact specifications of your device you may find it a little tricky to open the first time you use it. Click here for instructions on how to open your Profile Case. Key Features Available in a choice of two styles Prevents scratching and other types of damage that may be caused to your Apple iPhone 3G Cut aways give access to all ports and controls so that you can use your device whilst in the case

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