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iFrogz Treadz and Silicone Wrapz cases for iPod nano 4G

iFrogz new Treadz and Silicone Wrapz cases for the iPod nano 4G are attractive, well-made, and reasonably priced.

The Treadz case, available only in black, offers a simulated tire tread design embossed in heavy duty polished silicone case as shown here:

The Silicone Wrapz case foregoes the embossed tread but comes in 10 colors as shown below:

Both iFrogz cases are fabricated from polished silicone treated with a proprietary anti-dust technology to repel dust and lint. Unlike many soft silicone cases, these cases actually do repel dust and lint, and do it quite effectively.

Both cases are bargain-priced at just $9.99 apiece. Or, order them with optional wheel art (a.k.a. Screenz) for just three bucks more ($12.99). Here's a sample of just some of the available Screenz designs:

The Bottom Line

The iFrogz Treadz and Silicone Wrapz cases for the iPod nano 4G are excellent, offering good protection and cool looks at a very reasonable price. I couldn't find a single thing not to like. If you have a 4th generation iPod nano and are looking for a case, you should definitely consider one of these.

Just The Facts

Pros:Inexpensive, well-made, resists dust and lint, good looking.

Cons:None

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Moumita said:

This iFrogz wrap cases are lovely as well as useful. I love them.

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Shiva said:

The screen design are great. Thanks for the information.

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