Tunebuckle Fullmoon iPOD Belt - Rare Chrome Version - HOT Product - See Details/Specs
The TuneBuckle protects your iPod nano by encasing it in a convenient and fashionable belt buckle made of aircraft quality aluminum. Great care has been taken to produce a product of the highest quality and design. The buckle is machine crafted and is beautifully finished. Sleek design and high quality belt allows you to carry your Nano in your TuneBuckle to the grocery store, to the club, or to the board room.
*IPod nano not included. Features • Full coverage and encasement for maximum protection.
• Large opening to accommodate most 3.5mm stereo headphone minijacks.
• Patent pending capture system holds the iPod nano in the buckle even when the belt is unhooked.
• Inserting and removing the iPod is simple and easy.
• Belt Buckle: Machine milled from a single billet of 6061 aluminum alloy.
• Hard electroplated nickel satin to resist scratching and wear.
• Belt: High quality 1.5" wide canvas belt with black stitching.
|Audio Codec Support|
|Video Codec Support|
|Built in Mic (Voice Recording)||No|
|Weight Including Battery|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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