iPhone 5 Bumpers - UK......

StuartMoore

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Oct 26, 2011
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Okay, I've ordered the BodyGuardz full body protector kit, but now starting to think a bumper might be the way forward. :rolleyes: (lucky it was 50% off!)

Who on here has already purchased bumpers in the UK, if so where from, how much etc, pictures would be appreciated! :D

Thank you, Stuart.

P.S. my iP5 sitting waiting at home is Black/Slate.
 
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Macman45

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Jul 29, 2011
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Amazon have stock, Apple too, Speck as well...I'm looking for a stand but nothing decent anywhere yet...I bought the Cygnett leather case for now, but will replace it with a Stilgut ASAP.


The stand I bought just isn't safe, uses a sort of "stick on" system and I don't trust it. I'd leave it alone if anybody is thinking of getting one...Better to wait for the quality stuff to appear.
 

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Macman45

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Jul 29, 2011
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£3.20 for a carbon skin? That's a pretty good deal...Mach were charging a damn fortune for carbon stuff a while back. One thing that always bugs me about accessories, particularly in the UK is that nothing is ever available from the big manufacturers until about a month post launch....Just-Mobile / Stilgut etc. are not even listing stock for pre-order yet. I work with my phone on a stand and it's a hassle having it in a case all the time, but it's the only option for now.
 

d123

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Oct 19, 2009
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would like to order from here, anyone can figure out why there are 3 price tag (£12.34 £11.72 £11.11) near the BUY button, What does it mean?

http://groupcow.com/uk/en/iphone-5-ipad-ipod-apple-macbook-air-accessories/iphone-5-case-accessories/iphone-5-metallic-bumper-frame-case-101068.html#
Looking at the page, if they sell 1-50 it's £12.34 each, 51-100 it will drop to £11.72 and 101+ the price drops to £11.11.

They would therefore need to sell more than 100 for you to be charged £11.11.
 

luke707

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Jun 24, 2010
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The only problem I see with the bumper above is that the front lower edge of the iPhone is still exposed.
 

JesalTV

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Aug 24, 2012
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r u talking about the part sliding in?
I saw 2 types of metal bumper for iPhone 4 , they are almost same outlook, one is sliding type, another one is open or lock the bumper with a screwdriver

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Ahh ok - yep, that was the pic, think I understand now, thanks!