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Apple iPod 6-Sock Set for iPod nano 1G, 2G; iPod mini; iPod 3G, 4G, 5G, 5.5G, 6G
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- Compatibility: iPod nano 1G, 2G; iPod mini; iPod 3G, 4G, 5G, 5.5G, 6G
- Package of 6 iPod socks for fun, practical protection
- Comes in green, purple, gray, blue, orange, and pink
- Soft knit exterior cushions player from drops and dents
- Remove iPod from sock to dock or change playlist
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- Weight: 2.88 ounces
What's in the Box
Package of 6 iPod socks
Top Customer Reviews
In fact, I thought the iPod socks would become intoxicatingly popular, and I expected sellouts and the likes. Unfortunately for Apple, although they have a following, the iPod socks do not seem to be on the top of every iPod owner's buying list. However, I love my iPod socks. I slide my click wheel iPod into the sock of my choice, and I can rest knowing that whether it is sitting on my desk, in my pocket, in the car, or on the table, that it won't get scratched or banged around. Furthermore, the many colors give me a choice to fit my mood. I also slide my ear buds and iTrip into a sock, and it keeps those items tidied up. The socks are incredibly soft, and they are just the right thickness. They are thick enough to provide some protection, but they add very little thickness to the iPod, which is nice. I don't like the big bulky cases.
Overall, I'm happy I paid $30 for my iPod socks. For me, it is the coolest accessory out there, and it is an official Apple product!
Another great use for the iPod Socks is storage. After turning the iPod off and setting it to 'hold', quickly pull the sock on and toss the newly sheathed iPod in a drawer, purse, locker, wherever and have no fear of scratches or dings. I keep one sock on my desk, one in the car, one in my backpack and another on my bedside table. Wherever I take my iPod there is a sock to put it in when I'm done listening.
And don't forget that it's very easy to skip songs, pause and turn the iPod off while it is still in the sock. The fabric is snug enough that you can use these controls right through the sock!
One more thing, I hear people saying the iPod Socks are expensive, but I think they forget you're not getting 1 sock but 6 of them in a box. Think of that for a second. Six iPod cases for 30 bucks. Sounds like a steal to me.
Other than that, the iSocks will add some *more* style to your iPod. Expect to get some minor scratches when using them though.
1) The iPod gets much, MUCH bulkier with just about any case or sleeve. Least the sock's fabric gives way and can be removed easily.
2) Silicone/rubber "skins" tend to cling to fabrics, which means you can't slip a skinned iPod into your coat without a fight. Not to mention you can't use the Dock.
3) Leather looks horribly ugly on any electronic device. 'Nuff said.
Finally, one should keep in mind that the truly overpriced item here is the iPod itself. If you shelled out $250-$600 for one, then why question a $30 accessory?
They do a great job of shielding the iPod from most other pocket junk, and keep it unscathed
My one criticism would be the sock's length, which often seems to leave the iPod too exposed at the top --- however, for the price, I'm pretty happy
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased this to offer some protection to my tiny and fragile looking iPod nano, particularly when putting in the same pocket as my keys or coins, to avoid scuffs and scratches. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tahir Usman
These are just REALLY FUN & make Great Stocking stuffers!!!Published 22 months ago by Leonora Torresen
These socks are wonderful for carrying your iPod arround without having to spend too much money. However, I have the biggest iPod of all (iPod Classic 160 GB) and I had some... Read morePublished on April 22, 2010 by Gaston Labougle
Most iPhone/iPod cases add bulk and actually introduce scratches when you put them on and take them off. They also seem to trap lint, dirt, etc. Read morePublished on October 15, 2009 by Sunn Ra
Well, I guess I really don't get the point. If you don't want your iPod scratched w/use, put it in a case. Read morePublished on September 19, 2009 by Jennifer Terry
I purchased the set for myself and my daughter (21 years old). She and I both loved them. They are stylish and keep your IPOD from scratching.Published on July 16, 2009 by Queenjean