IPhone Stand From Cassette Tape Case

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Introduction: IPhone Stand From Cassette Tape Case

These are the steps to turn a good ol' cassette tape case into an iPhone stand.

Step 1: Open the Cassette Tape Case All the Way As Shown

Step 2: The IPhone Stand Is Ready for Use.

Step 3: Ta Daa!

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    9 Discussions

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    ghwhitcher
    ghwhitcher

    1 year ago

    So awesome. Strong work

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    padre629
    padre629

    4 years ago

    Simply, cheap, elegant and awesome phone holder. Thanks :D

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    bobcat1947
    bobcat1947

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Think I'm gonna try this for my wife's HTC phone. I like the idea of covering with cloth to prevent scratches. I've seen these cassette cases, with the old cassette tape, for sale at the Salvation Army store for 'fitty' cents each ! :)

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    ipodcase
    ipodcase

    9 years ago on Introduction

    its works with my ipod touch 4th gen, i even wrap the case with cloth so it wont make a scratch on my ipod. it cool idea

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    RRVmax
    RRVmax

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Congratulations :))

    I finded same solution for ipod

    Ediz Yazicioglu
    From Turkey

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    bcmummy
    bcmummy

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Doesn't really work well for the iPod Touch, unfortunately... I'll either have to find a better cassette case or a way to pack the bottom of this one. I guess the iPhone is just a smidgen longer top to bottom than the iPod Touch? Or am I just using an extra large cassette case? :P

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    SpiroExDeus
    SpiroExDeus

    10 years ago on Introduction

    "Daddy, what's a cassette?"

    Seeing cassette cases makes me feel old.

    You realise there's teenagers around today who don't know what a record is?

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    Flyinseamnky
    Flyinseamnky

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Simple, and practicle. To bad I don't have any of these laying around anymore!