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"Thank you Marianna. Yes Roy, from pixels.com " - Steve
Why did you tell people you got it from Pixels yesterday?? ^^^
And then by the following post in Gunter's thread today, it's pretty clear you did not get it from Pixels.
"I did a little research on it and this is what I came up with. The company is "CASE-MATE". The one I have is called "BARLEY THERE". (I think)
The Case Mate Barely There iPhone case is made of a highly durable polycarbonate plastic. The case is made entirely of this material, and there is no cushion or lining on the inside. Being a minimalist style case, the ‘Barely There’ offers basic coverage of your Phone’s back and sides. The font of the case does rise slightly above the screen of your Phone to offer some protection there as well. As with most other Case Mate cases we’ve reviewed, the Barely There fits the iPhone with extreme precision. Taking the case on and off can be a bit difficult. That being said, this case is so slim that removal is rarely necessary, and it fits in most docks with ease.
Like I said I paid $5.00 for the case and $5.00 for S&H. Total $10.00. I'm not sure if the ones for , base price $30.00 are different or not. I can't find any description on FAA, or PIXELS on what the case is made of. Heres a link to the company website. Your guess is as good as mine on what the cases are they are selling on FAA and PIXELS.
The company name "CASE-MATE" with there logo is engraved on the bottom of the back side of the case. " - Steve
Let me clear this up. I started at Pixels.com cropping the case, but the sale was through FAA. I just checked with Pixels.com and checked purchases and it took me to FAA. and shows my purchase was from FAA.