国内最大級のスマホアクセ専門店がリニューアル iTunesCardプレキャンも

ユニークで厳選されたアイテムを豊富に取り揃えたスマートフォンアクセサリー専門店「UNiCASE(ユニケース)」がリニューアルオープン。これを記念して、期間中iTunes Cardのプレゼントキャンペーンも実施中だ。


国内最大級のスマートフォンアクセサリー専門店「AppBank Store」及びアプリ「AppBank Store for iPhone、AppBank Store for iPad」が、サービスのさらなる充実と使いやすさを目的に「UNiCASE(ユニケース)」としてパワーアップリニューアル。国内外400社のメーカーと提携し、厳選した総アイテム数1万種類を販売。面白い・オリジナル・可愛い・トレンド・便利をコンセプトとした人気のアイテムを発信し、男女問わずより多くのユーザーが楽しめるスマホアクセサリー専門店となっている。

「UNiCASE(ユニケース)」実店舗では、アクセサリーによるドレスアップと同時に、ユーザーがいつまでも大事にモバイル端末を使えるよう「フィルム貼りサービス」も実施しているが、6月1日からは新サービスとして「強化ガラス保護フィルム貼りサービス」も開始。硬度が高く頑丈なフィルム、高い透明度で、iPhoneの液晶をほとんどそのまま再現できる。

さらにサイト及びアプリのリニューアルキャンペーンも実施中。期間中「UNiCASE(ユニケース)」ウェブサイトで3,000円以上購入した人に、iTunes Card 500円がもれなく1万枚プレゼントされる。(iTunes Cardが無くなり次第終了)

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・UNiCASE(ユニケース)
http://unicase.jp 

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"In Progress" by Robert Selwyn.

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"Voz Unida," Rafael López, 2008.

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Ian William's Obama Bust made entirely from Play-Doh.

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U.S. President Barack Obama during a presidential portrait sitting for an official photograph in the Oval Office.

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ready to be asked, "Dude, where'd I put my beer?" a whole lot.

The party don't stop 'til you spill chicken wings all over your lap.

Aside from the cringe-worthy "Look! A six pack on my six pack!" jokes your drunk friend will undoubtedly make, just wait until she tries to tie her shoes.

If you're already this committed to drinking on the DL in public, we wouldn't be surprised if you end up thinking you're Arnold Schwarzenegger in "Junior" by the end of the night.

"DUDE YOUR BEER IS ABOUT TO SPI-- Oh, wait. It's cool."

Clever, but that remote would get lost faster than your beer. Also, encouraging people to lose track of their drinks might not be the best way to go.

A few beers later and your guests assume that you hired R2-D2 as your personal butler.

Does the night end with you trying to get this last sip of beer? Or does it BEGIN that way?

You know it's the end of the night when you start talking to your beer, but imagine what would happen if it talked back?

We'd like to see any beer actually make it into a drunk person's mouth with this product. Also, the makers ignored the obvious "Shotgun" pun opportunity. What a shame.

Not included: replacement iPod for when it falls into the ice water.

If you're already sitting on the ground, you've maybe had enough beer.

"DUDE YOU SPILLED BEER ON YOUR PHO-- Oh, wait. It's cool."

Have one too many and leaning over results in a waterfall of beer on your carpet. Sorry, mom!

"Have you seen my drugs? I mean my beer. I mean my bottle of beer. I mean my can of beer in a bottle of drugs."


All's well until your drunk friend tries to spin his "gun" around his finger.

You know a drunk person is just going to hold the can and have the gun part sticking out all night.

This might not confuse a drunk person, but the name "Shaft Cooler" will definitely make them giggle.

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