SurfacePad is an iPhone case for people who don’t want to use cases

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Twelve South SurfacePad

SurfacePad from Twelve South prevents your iPhone 5 and 4/4S from getting scratched by everyday use — like the change in your pocket, jump drive in your backpack, or the nail file in your purse — without having to use a large bulky case. Crafted from a credit card-thin layer of Napa leather that weighs less than an ounce, the SurfacePad beautifully complements the stylish design of iPhone.

There’s a built-in display stand sewn into the back of the cover which enables the iPhone to be propped up horizontally. The SurfacePad attaches to the phone using a special adhesive which leaves zero residue behind when removed. It doesn’t interfere with any of the iPhone buttons, ports, or camera and is backed by a soft, supple microfiber to protect the screen.

“There are many iPhone owners who wouldn’t be caught dead with their iPhone in a thick, oversized plastic case,” said Andrew Green, Creative Director of Twelve South. “So, just as we did with BookBook for iPhone, we’re inventing a whole new category of covers. SurfacePad is a gorgeous layer of luxury leather that shields and enhances the look and feel of iPhone. With SurfacePad covering iPhone, there’s still no doubt you’re holding an iPhone. Just don’t call it a case… call it a SurfacePad.”

SurfacePad for iPhone 5 and 4/4S is available in three colors — Pop Red, Modern White, and Jet Black — for $34.99 from Twelve South with free U.S. shipping and flat rates for international shipping.

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