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Vans Phone Case

Vans iPhone Case

Since it debuted as a promotional item, people have been clamoring for the Vans Waffle Sole iPhone Case, and paying upwards of $200 for one on eBay.

Thankfully, if you’re interested in adding a little extra grip to your iPhone, curtsey of the iconic sole design, you won’t need to spend nearly that much, as Vans is now selling them on its site for just $28.

[Vans – Waffle Sole iPhone Case]

Stair Rover

The Stair Rover is an eight-wheeled skateboard that can roll down stairs, and was designed by Royal College of Art graduate Po-Chih Lai:

Threadless Notebooks From Scout Books

Threadless Scout Books

In addition to t-shirts, Threadless has branched out into notebooks through a partnership with Scout Books.

The covers feature popular designs from the community, including “Bone Idol” by Stuart Colebrook, “Poker Hand Values” by Tan Nuyen, and “Music Business Remastered” by Dale Edwin Murray, as seen above.

Inside each book is 16 pages of graph paper to help you organize your thoughts, and all materials are made in the USA.

Just $9 for a 3 Pack.

[Threadless – Notebooks]

Sled Handmade Wood and Leather iPhone Backs

Sled

Sled is a company out of Boston, Massachusetts and Brooklyn, New York that crafts handmade leather and wood products into classic and distinctive accessories using natural materials.

Their flagship product, the Runner, is a cowhide and birch wood back housing bezel that completely replaces the glass back of the iPhone 4 and 4S.

It works with both Verizon/CDMA and AT&T/GSM, and adds an unmistakable warmth and unique character to your phone.

[Sled]

Little Printer Turns Your Digital Life Into A Mini-Newspaper

BERG Cloud Little Printer

The Little Printer from BERG Cloud is a compact, inkless, thermal printer that uses wi-fi to connect to the web and print out a timely, beautiful mini-newspaper based on subscriptions that you set up using your smartphone.

When you’re ready, just hit the print button, tear off the latest ‘issue’ and take it with you, giving you information on the go and turning your digital life into an analog journal.

Check out the demo video below for a preview:

The device won’t be ready until 2012, but you can give them your email on the BERG Cloud site to get notified of when they’re ready to ship.

[BERG Cloud – Little Printer]