I say, I say, I say! Are those your favorite Looney Tunes characters on the wristband of the Apple Watch? Indeed, if you want to walk and talk to Bugs, Daffy, Porky or Tweety, now you can with the newest collection of changeable Apple Watch bands.
Indeed, if you want to walk and talk to Bugs, Daffy, Porky or Tweety, now you can with the newest collection of changeable Apple Watch bands.
The collection arrives just in time to get that special someone a customized and nostalgic gift for the holidays. Warner Bros. has partnered with Casetify this season to bring your favorite characters home. The creative company offers the option to create your own custom cases for both Apple and Android products, even allowing you to personalize your accessories with photos from your Facebook or Instagram.
Casetify's iPhone 6S and 6S Plus cases are actually a perfect fit to Apple's design specs and feature some pretty badass materials that are made to last and survive wear and tear.
The Apple Watch was made to be wearable tech but now it's also getting attention as a fashion accessory. Like most creators of wearables have hoped, the devices have become more than just technology at our fingertips, and something that we can add our own personal style to as well. The Casetify Looney Tunes iPhone cases are $40 and available in the U.S., UK, Australia and Hong Kong. The Apple Watch bands will run a little bit steeper at $70 a piece, but hey, isn't it worth it when you look down in the middle of your day and see Taz, Sylvestor, or Marvin the Martian smiling back at you?
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