What’s The Worst Place You Could Stash A Stylus? This iPhone Case Has The Answer


This might be the least practical iPhone case I have ever seen
This might be the least practical iPhone case I have ever seen

The Ozaki iCoat Finger Case turns your iPhone 4/S into a see-saw, or teeter-totter. Kidding! While it *does* do that, it also protects your phone whilst storing a tiny, stubby stylus on its back. This design not only makes it awkward to hold the phone while in the case, it also stops it from fitting into pretty much any pants pocket or sleeve designed to accommodate even an iPhone already inside a case.

It’s hard to see how this design could have been worse: the storage method is as awkward as could be, and the stylus itself is so short as to be almost pointless unless you have the fingers of a child. And if you do have the fingers of a child, you should probably think about skipping the country, not buying a new iPhone case (unless you are an actual child, that is).

I guess at least the case is good looking. But the price certainly isn’t. [Over at Amazon][www.amazon.com] you’ll pay around $45 for the Ozaki case. Considering that a cheap bumper combined with the excellent [Wacom Bamboo][www.cultofmac.com] Stylus would cost much the same, it’s hard to see why anyone would buy this one.

Via [[Red Ferret Journal]](https://www.redferret.net/?p=31665 “Ozaki iCoat Finger Case has a super tiny stylus for your phone – The Red Ferret Journal”)

[www.amazon.com]: https://www.amazon.com/Ozaki-IC864BK-YL-Finger-Stylus/dp/B006RMBHN4/ “Amazon.com: Ozaki IC864BK/YL iCoat Finger Hard Case and Stylus for iPhone 4/4S – 1 Pack – Retail Packaging – Black: Cell Phones & Accessories”
[www.cultofmac.com]: https://www.cultofmac.com/155162/whats-in-our-bags-no-1-charlie/


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