The Arkhippo Tilt iPhone Case was designed with the consideration of how smartphone use has come to change in recent years. While many people find themselves using map apps and the camera function more than making actual phone calls, this product helps the consumer to position the device more thoughtfully within his most common scenarios.
Made from high-grade thermoplastic elastomer, the cellphone protector is durable and flexible, yet light and thin. Most noticeably, however, it hasn't been molded to be symmetrical. Sang Lee's design is a parallelogram with two opposite corners that extrude slightly. The shape makes it easier to get a good manual grip, but the Arkhippo Tilt iPhone Case specializes in mount compatibility with its tripod thread. It can be mounted on bikes, windshields and photography equipment.
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The Arkhippo Tilt iPhone Case Introduces Better Hands-Free Handset Use
Amelia Roblin — March 14, 2014 — Tech
References: arkwhat & yankodesign