ModYFire iWear Turns All Clothes Into iPod nano Covers

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One day, Hungarian designer Peter Zaolt Koren was at home thinking about how he could defeat a merciless alien invader called Ming or Zoltan. Or something like that. Suddenly, he had a strange revelation: Why would anyone buy and wear horrible clothing especially designed for iPods when you can actually turn any clothing into wearable iPod nano covers? "As soon as it could hold your nano through one millimeter fabrics" he thought, "I would be as cool as freeware."

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So the ModYFire iWear clip-thingy was born. At last, a whole two generations of iPod nano users will be free to turn their entire wardrobe into silly looking pinched T-shirts, skirts, trousers and boxer pants. And wear them adopting awkward poses like the people in the gallery for just $25. All thanks to Zaolt's invention and his plan to build a rocket to protect us against alien invaders.

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DISCUSSION

Despite some of the comments here, this design/idea appealed to me. I wear mostly Ecko Unlimited or Nike clothes and a lot of them don't have a convenient breast pocket. So I ordered it right away (well, as soon as the designer got back to me about his paypal address). After testing it for a week and showing it to my friends and students in Japan, I'm quite impressed with it. As long as you make sure that the clip has locked (listen for the click) it really is secure. I've walked for hours and cycled on rough countryside roads (I live in the countryside) with it with no problem. I've also tested it by tossing my shirt with it attached up and down. It has not popped out yet.

I've worn it on the bottom left side of my shirt and the left side of my short sleeve shirt. The 1st generation white nano is actually very discreet once attached and unlike wearing a belt clip case, neck strap holder, or arm band, it's so lightweight that I even forget that it is attached (until I'm putting down my backpack and brush it with the strap). Since most of my pockets are already occupied by my cell phone, keys, and wallet being able to attach it to my clothes or backpack strap is very convenient and versatile.

I tried to attach it to my belts but most of my belts were too thick. I ended up buying a 100 yen no-brand nylon utility belt that worked fine.

Since I live in Japan I'm not at all worried about being mugged over my ipod.

I guess the only other thing I can add is make sure you have protective film on both the back and front of your ipod since you'll be exposing the front to the elements and the back to (in the case of the nylon belt) potentially abrasive material.