TaskOne iPhone case

Protecting your spanking new iPhone is definitely high on the agenda of many folk, even more so if this is the first smartphone that they have ever owned. Well, there are tons of iPhone cases out there to choose from, and the sheer number of it all can be very overwhelming, especially for the most meticulous folks out there who love to do research on all of the upcoming devices and accessories that they intend to purchase. The TaskOne iPhone case that you see here will be very different from all the other cases out there in the market as it does far more than just deliver an adequate amount of protection for your iPhone which you will find out right after the jump.
The TaskOne iPhone case will definitely add a new dimension of multitasking when it comes to smartphone use, and we are not referring to the virtual world, but rather, the physical world. In fact, the TaskOne iPhone case will offer Apple’s smartphone the functionality of an old-school Swiss Army pocket knife, where it merges the functionality of cutting edge technology as well as retro-inspired design.
Tipping the scales at 3.1 ounces (89 grams), the TaskOne from TaskLab is not too different from the ReadyCase which was given previous coverage, although this time around, it offers even more implements. This innovative case is capable of rivaling an actual multi-tool when it comes to the number of tools in a single device – as it carries 16 individual tools hidden within.
With a 2.5-inch (6.4-cm) knife that will come with both serrated and fine edges, the opposite side will sport a 1.8-inch (4.6-cm) wood saw. Apart from that, half a dozen metric Allen wrenches, small and large flathead screwdrivers, medium Phillips screwdriver, and pliers with an integrated multi-size wrench will be there to handle all torque-related tasks that you face. To complete the rout, there are also wire cutters, a wire stripper, a ruler and spoke wrenches, in addition to a bottle opener and a kickstand.
You can place a pre-order for the TaskOne which ships this April for$90 a pop, where it will play nice with the iPhone 4, 4S and 5.
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