People do strange things in the name of bling. We've seen plenty of diamond and gold-encrusted devices before, but what do you do if you only want to look gaudy some of the time? How about a $US20,000 iPhone case? The James Allen iPhone case is… special. I'm choosing my words carefully there, as I suspect that anyone who can afford to build a case valued that highly can probably afford some expensive lawyers. If you're still keen, James Allen is in fact giving the case away via Facebook. Knock yourselves out. [James Allen via Born Rich]
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