So would you pay $4,500 for a case for you phone? It’s not just any case though, it’s made of pure titanium and you could get the “cheaper” version for only $3,000. yes you’ve got options for the colors as well, like gold, platinum, black or gray. Price varies by which style you might choose to be what you like. me, nope, even if I had an extra $4,500 floating around I wouldn’t by a case for it that’s for sure.
Brikk (http://www.brikk.com), design and branding pioneers, today announced the launch of their limited edition product line of high-end, pure titanium cases for the iPhone4 and iPhone5. Themed ‘Altruistic Precision,’ the collection launches with the Trim™ – a case for iPhone4 and iPhone5, crafted from titanium for the luxury market. The Trim is available in genuine Gold, Platinum, Black DLC and Gray Stealth finishes and rages from $3,000-$4,500 (USD). Each Trim™ sold will fund one metric ton of rice distributed by various NGOs.
Targeted to the consumer seeking premium, luxury mobile phone accessories, the Trim is available in Los Angeles exclusively at Roseark (http://www.roseark.com) locations. Additional product rollout in New York, London, Paris and Tokyo will follow.
With the impending release of the iPhone5 by Apple, Brikk is offering a trade-in to the Trim for iPhone 5, for all purchases of the Trim before the end of 2011.
Brikk’s ‘profit for philanthropy’ model funnels proceeds to assist populations around the world suffering from hunger. For each product sold, a specific amount of rice is allocated and distributed to those in need through select NGOs to areas in need such as Somalia and the Horn of Africa. Brikks dream is simple; for other luxury brands to adopt a permanent ‘profit for philanthropy’ model.
Brikk designs and manufactures jewelry and products for the technology, lifestyle, and fashion industries. Items are composed primarily of titanium and other exotic alloys and accented with precious materials including gold, platinum, DLC and sapphire. The metals and processes utilized are more commonly applied to scientific purposes such as space travel and exploration. Rarely, if ever, have they been used for the consumer market. Products coming later this year include the Heptagon™ (ring), Self™ (mirror) and Band™ (belt).