Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir NY

iPad Cases & Skins

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$45.00
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Specifications

  • Material

    Slim fitting one-piece clip-on case
    Protective Lip Weight Thickness
    Yes 35g 3/8"
  • Material

    Clip-on case with a unique inner silicone absorbing sleeve
    Protective Lip Weight Thickness
    Yes
  • Material

    Custom cut removable vinyl decal
    Protective Lip Weight Thickness
    No 35g < 1/32"

Features

  • Custom cut to fit your phone
  • 3M Controltac removable vinyl decal
  • Air bubble grooves and a laminate top coat
  • Scratch resistant backing
  • Slim fitting one-piece clip-on case
  • Allows full access to all device ports
  • Extremely durable, shatterproof casing
  • Long life, super-bright colors embedded directly into the case
  • Clip-on case with a unique inner silicone absorbing sleeve
  • Allows full access to all device ports
  • Extremely durable, shatterproof casing
  • Long life, super-bright colors embedded directly into the case

Reviews

Artist's Description

First Place Winner! “The Q Collection”

The JKO Reservoir covers 106 acres (43 ha) and holds over 1,000,000,000 US gallons (3,800,000 m3) of water. Though no longer used to distribute New York City’s water supply, it provides water for the Pool and the Harlem Meer. It is a popular place of interest; there is a 1.58-mile (2.54 km) jogging track around it and it is also encircled by the park’s bridle trail. The Reservoir was built between 1858 and 1862, to the design for Central Park of Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, who designed its two pump-houses of Manhattan schist with granite facings. It was never a collecting reservoir; it was used to receive water from the Croton Aqueduct and distribute it to Manhattan. After 131 years of service, it was decommissioned in 1993, after it was deemed obsolete because of a new main under 79th Street that connected with the Third Water Tunnel and because of growing concerns that it could become contaminated. It was renamed in honor of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in 1994 to commemorate her contributions to the city, because she enjoyed jogging in the area, which lay beneath the windows of her Fifth Avenue apartment.

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