To bring you the world’s finest iWotsit protection we’ve hooked up with consummate case professionals Uncommon. They’re an industry leader in making superbly high quality and durable iPhone & iPod cases – one of the few brands chosen by Apple for Apple Stores. They invented a revolutionary and top secret printing process called TATT™, which embeds the design into the case – so no fading or peeling, ever. It all sounds a bit space age really, which we quite like.
The deflector is a single piece clip-on case.The capsule is a two piece slide-on case with a removable bottom
We currently offer the following case styles:
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Hey, why isn’t this in the Atheism group? Brilliant!
Haha well I didn’t think it was strictly atheist, but I’ll put it in at your request :D
Watch out – I’m thinking of changing the name of the group to Atheism and Humanism, and this really fits the bill.
Awesome, no problems from me. I set up the Atheist Agnostic & Secular society at our university, and both then and ever since there’s been discussions about what it should be called. It’s a toss-up between being specific but inclusive at the same time. Adding “humanism” will certainly make it more inclusive without compromising what the group’s about :)