Grovemade unveils wooden iPhone 7 case with secret wallet

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Grovemade, a Portland-based company, has been at the heart of designing exemplary wooden accessories for the iPhone. Recently with the release of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the manufacture has designed a range of classy wooden iPhone 7/7 Plus cases. The entire collection is designed at the company’s Portland woodshop where each case is handcrafted to maintain Grovemade’s exclusivity. In addition to regular bumper cases, the collection includes wallet cases, which are lightweight and designed to minimize consumer’s everyday carry. The collection of wooden iPhone 7 cases includes –

Wallet cases

Most extraordinary in the lot, the wallet cases are handcrafted in solid wood with vegetable tanned leather cover on the back. The case features a secret wallet on the inner flap that is good to hold 2 cards vertically. The cases for retail for iPhone 7 will retail for $129 and $139 for iPhone 7 Plus.

Leather and wooden cases

The Leather and wooden cases feature a wooden bumper and a vegetable tanned leather back. The handsome cases will retail at $109 iPhone 7 and $119 for iPhone 7 Plus.

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Wood cases

The handcrafted wood cases are the thinnest possible cases made from hardwood in Grovemade’s signature 2 part joint design. Despite minimum thickness, the cases are strong and durable. iPhone 7 wood cases will retail for $99 and iPhone 7 Plus will cost $109.

Wood bumpers

Wood bumpers are more regular cases that are made in a single-piece design. According to Grovemade the cases are first in the industry to feature a complete wooden frame yet be durable as most other cases out there. The wood bumpers are again handcrafted from hardwood and will retail for $59 and $69 for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus respectively.

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