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For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Casetify, a site that specializes in a whole range of custom-created iOS accessories, from iPhone and iPad cases to MacBook covers and Apple Watch straps.

Casetify lets users design their own cases using photos, text, and more, and it also offers hundreds of awesome community-created and curated designs that aren't quite like anything else on the market. You can add a collage of photos with dozens of layouts, select one photo, or customize an existing layout with the site's built-in tools or iPhone app. The base cases the company offers are nice quality and the printing comes out well.

Casetify is offering one lucky MacRumors reader the chance to win a massive bundle of accessories, worth over $500. It includes one of nearly all the accessories the company sells for the iPhone, iPad, MacBook, and Apple Watch.

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The site has long offered iPhone cases in a variety of materials, including a simple polycarbonate snap-on case, a wood case, and the Metaluxe, a polycarbonate/aluminum combo case, featuring extra protection with an interchangeable backplate. Custom iPad Smart Covers are also available.

Recently, Casetify has also introduced two new products that will also go to the winner -- Apple Watch bands for the upcoming Apple Watch and new MacBook sleeves (there are also sleeves for the MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro). Apple Watch bands can be customized with images and are made from a polycarbonate silicone.

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MacBook Sleeves are made of a lightweight polyester and neoprene, with velvet inside to keep a device safe. Like iPhone cases and iPad covers, MacBook Sleeves can be personalized with any image or chosen from the gallery collection.

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Casetify's full prize list is below. The winner will be able to create custom designs for all of these products, or choose pre-designed options from Casetify's store, filled with cool patterns and pictures. The prize pack is entirely customizable:

1 Metaluxe Gold iPhone Case
1 Metaluxe Silver iPhone Case
1 Metaluxe Backplate
1 Classic Snap iPhone Case
1 Wood iPhone Case
1 iPad Cover
1 MacBook Sleeve
1 Apple Watch Band
1 Selfie Pack with Stick and Shutter
2 iPhone Case Gift Vouchers

To enter to win the prize pack, use the Rafflecopter widget below. You can earn additional entries by subscribing to our weekly newsletter, subscribing to our YouTube Channel, following us on Twitter, or visiting the MacRumors Facebook page. Due to the intricacies of international law regarding giveaways, this giveaway is open only to U.S. residents who are 18 years of age or older.

The giveaway will run from today, Friday, April 17 at 11:15 a.m. Pacific Time through Friday April 24 at 11:15 a.m. Pacific Time. Winners will be chosen randomly on April 24 and will be contacted through email. A response to our email is required within 48 hours or the winner will forfeit the prize and we will pick a new winner.

Casetify is also offering MacRumors readers a 10 percent discount off all products site wide with the code MR10. Discount is valid from 4/17 to 4/23.

Article Link: MacRumors Giveaway: Massive Bundle of Custom Device Cases from Casetify
 

extricated

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Jul 14, 2011
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Is there any place one can legally use a selfie-stick these days? ;)

It seems like banning them is all the rage (and doesn't affect me whatsoever).
 
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SD-B

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Apr 1, 2009
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U.S. only? I understand why, but it still upsets me!


Love going though ALL of that to find out its US only.
Now i must spend time deleting it all as they no longer have a right to any of my information :rolleyes:
 
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SD-B

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Apr 1, 2009
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Or you could have just read the article first.



Yes, I am sure thats the first thing everyone thats busy ran to do.
In fact too busy to enter a contest but live and learn.
Wont make that mistake again.

But only someone without much to do finds time to critique others habits on internet forums.

:rolleyes:

Given the choice, I prefer being busy and preferably non-judgemental.

Cheers...
 
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C DM

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Oct 17, 2011
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Yes, I am sure thats the first thing everyone thats busy ran to do.
In fact too busy to enter a contest but live and learn.
Wont make that mistake again.

But only someone without much to do finds time to critique others habits on internet forums.

:rolleyes:

Given the choice, I prefer being busy and preferably non-judgemental.

Cheers...
Anyone that is providing personal information would be wise to do that. Seems like it was a simple observation and perhaps even advice.
 
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