Like all cases in our new Slimcase line, the Slimcase for iPod 4 is tailored for a trim, pocket-friendly fit, with the ability to protect your iPod 4 from everyday wear and tear. The two-part slider case design assures a custom fit. There is simply nothing like the warm feel and natural beauty of real wood.
Naturally beautiful and warm to the touch, wood is simply one the most beautiful materials around; each piece has it's own unique character. Wood is also surprisingly tough and renewable as well - simply the ideal material for a case. Every Vers wood case is steel reinforced and comes with a soft, scratch resistant lining, and depending on the case design, there are openings for the headphone jack and the charging port.
• Hand crafted from solid Walnut & Bamboo
• 2 piece shell design for a tailored, pocket-friendly fit
• Open front with full access to screen
• Openings for rear camera, power & volume buttons, connector & speaker
• Soft lining to prevent scratching and absorb shock
• 100 trees are planted for every tree used through the Arbor Day Foundation
The Eucalyptus and Pine wood stock chosen for MDF core of Vers comes from locally sourced and managed plantations near our factory; any trees that are harvested are replanted. Since it’s the wood fiber they’re after, the entire tree is used: trunk, roots, bark, branches and twigs – nothing goes to waste. The wood fiber production system is geared to handle smaller diameter stock typically less than 5 years old; no old growth, threatened or endangered wood materials are used anywhere in the Vers process. Even their furniture-grade veneers are selected from among the most commonly available agricultural wood species on the planet. In the end, the wood used in a Vers system replaces 80% of what could have been plastic. When selected with care, wood is the most renewable material available.
The paper used in Vers packaging is 100% post-consumer recycled stock and nearly all of the internal plastic packaging, bags & wrapping have either been replaced with post-consumer paper or eliminated altogether. They’ve even done away with twist ties – over a mile of twist ties have been eliminated this year alone. Replacing the un-recyclable styrene foam packaging material typically found in consumer electronics packaging with recycled pulp paper has also allowed Vers to reduce the size of their boxes by about 12%. More boxes fit in a container, a warehouse or a truck, so less energy is required to transport each individual system. Lots of small choices can add up to a big difference in the end.