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Nunchuck iPhone case? Yes please!

Nunchuck iPhone case? Yes please!
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Do you know what's missing from your expensive, cutting-edge smartphone? The ability to flip it around at high speeds like a nunchuck.

Kids find an excuse to turn anything into a swinging weapon, so why don't we do that as adults? That's the question none of you are asking, but you're getting an answer anyway.

I'd like to introduce the $30 Trick Cover, available for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Basically it's a case with two sections connected by a sliding, rotating hinge so you can have it open, closed or use it as a stand.

However, that description doesn't do justice to the Trick Cover's real purpose, which is letting you reenact the childhood joy of swinging something around until you accidentally let go and it breaks a lamp. You really need to watch the demo video for the full effect.

Warning: Don't show this video to your kids or grandkids because they will want one. Be cautious because you might end up wanting one as well.

I'll tell you right now, my son, Ian, isn't getting one. I can already envision the cracked iPhone screen, broken windows, dented walls and destroyed dishes. Not to mention the glares from the other parents when their kids start bugging them to get one. Of course, I might buy one for myself and keep it at work.

If the Trick Cover isn't your speed and you're looking for a more practical smartphone or tablet case, check out my store. I have cases that include a 10-piece tool set, slim cases, cord cases, heavy-duty cases, radiation-safety cases, wallet cases, and more.

If you do want to reenact your childhood, or you're a high-tech ninja in training, the Trick Cover should do a good job. So, are you going to buy one? Let me know in the comments.

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Source: Fast Company
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