For November we are featuring the London Case as the Design of the Month!
Featured in The Emerging Trend’s Runway Show is now available. We love this case because of the colors and dimensions on it. We’ve received great feedback on it, and it definitely one of our new favorite designs!
Go create the new design of the month, click here.
Tell us what you think! Tweet or post on our Facebook your thoughts on the London case =).
It is neck and neck as we are quickly approaching the end of the New York Street Style Contest (cough, click the blue, cough cough) and it seems to have become a battle of the sexes as these two lead the pack of contestants.
However, as far ahead as they are from others, they are NOT far from each other. The contest is close and as we are nearing the end (end of Friday!) it is up to all of you to cast your final votes . . . who knows, it may even be one of the other contestants who is a last minute underdog.
Again, contestants are competing to win their own custom case and to vote, one must Like the photograph (must first like www.facebook.com/caseable) of their favorite style.
Hint: Click the picture if its one of the above two (or cough, click the blue, cough cough).
caseable wishes each of our contestants the best of luck and thanks them all for participating. The winner will be announced Monday (how exciting)! ; )
caseable interns Matil and Mina hit the streets yesterday on the hunt for unique styles and found the perfect 10 contestants to participate and we are happy to say … the photographs are now up!
The heat was no match for caseable, and no match for fashion as SoHo did not fail to produce summer style at its finest so, it is time to vote!
Tell us who you think has the best style by going to www.facebook.com/caseable, viewing the New York Street Style Album, and “Liking” your favorite photograph (like the page first). Again, person with the most “Likes” after one week wins a FREE custom case.
So, “Like” your favorite to cast your vote and to all of our contestants … Good Luck!
Also, check out some of the contestants who blogged about us at :
This means we survived the work week, the weekend has finally arrived, and we cannot be happier (not that we don’t love working of course).
So we ask, what is it that you have planned??
Living in Brooklyn there is never a shortage of things to do. Whether it’s the hip-hop festival in Park Slope (super cool) or you’re heading to Fort Greene to check out Saturday’s flea market (hello bargains!), the options are endless . . . like our products! . . . just saying ; )
You might even be venturing into Manhattan or perhaps a weekend getaway to Long Island or dare I say, the Jersey Shore? MAYbe you are even doing absolutely nothing else but counting down the days to Electric Zoo (49, by the way!). Either way, we are all thankful for the two days Saturday and Sunday that have finally come to our work-week rescue (unless you work weekends then…ouch).
So again, let us know where your weekend hotspot is and help give caseable some new ideas for our own weekend agenda.
caseable has come a long way since our launch last November. We have completed our fully customizable laptop sleeve and had our first Christmas sale. Of course, we have also continued with our product development and are now happy to reveal the results!
caseable is proud to present our re-launch. In addition to our existing laptop sleeves, we now offer high quality handmade design and protection for your iPad and Kindle, as well as caseable journal. To accompany our new products, we have also created a new, cleaner website with a more polished design that better reflects our work.
And for those of you still wondering who we are exactly . . .
caseable is an international company, based in Brooklyn and Berlin, that hand crafts individual sleeves and cases for your favorite electronics. We offer a variety of stylish designs to choose from and, with our customization tool, our customers can create their own design using text, colors and images of their choice.
Here are just a few of the new products you can find as part of our re-launch:
The Eiffel Tower in Paris was build exclusively for the 1989 World’s Fair and was supposed to be destructed a couple of years later. 120 years later it is still the highest building in Paris and the world’s most-visited paid monument.
The Brandenburg Gate is the iconic landmark of Berlin, where a mere 20 years ago the Berlin Wall was located, separating Western from Eastern Germany. Only due to the help of David Hasselhoff, or “The Hoff” how the Germans call him, this monument of segregation could be teared down: