Skydda Design announced Wednesday the release of a new line of hardwood cases for your iPhone 3G and 3GS. The company is introducing the TradCase in Walnut, Cherry, and Teak, and the TradDuo in Maple and Walnut or Maple and Cherry combination.
The company said each case is carved from a single block of wood, and then polished by hand to a stain finish. Because they are made from real wood, each case is effectively unique due to the differences in color and wood grain.
Each case has wooden buttons for controlling the volume and on/off switch on the iPhone, and the cases have holes carved out for the camera, earphone jack, Dock port, and ringer switch.
The TradCase is priced at US$44.95, and the TradDuo is priced at $54.95, though both prices are being billed as “introductory.”
The TradCase Teak case from the back
The TradCase Teak case from the front and side