#1
Hello, Pit!

I have a 4th gen iPod Nano. What's best for it: cases or socks? I don't like the idea of it being in pocket with my keys and stuff jangling around and probably scratching the screen, so I'm deciding to get something to protect it.
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#3
It'll end up falling out of the sock every time you take it out of your pocket, and then after a while you won't bother putting it back in the sock after taking it out.

A case is much better, I like the flippy ones.

Edit: sorry, ignore the bit about the flippy ones, I thought you said you had an ipod touch.
Last edited by LRCGUITAR at Mar 10, 2012,
#5
store it between the cheeks, it'll be a little smelly but it's the only way
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#6
It doesn't have feet, so socks would be dumb.
Does it travel a lot? If so get it a case, if not there's really no point in buying either of them.


#8
Quote by vagelier
solder a 5 mm layer of iron onto it



It'll look a lot trendier in an iPod scarf and flatcap set TS. Get one of those if they still sell them.

Edit: ^ Wierd adbotty-thing reported*
#9
Why not keep coins and keys in one pocket and things with scratchable screens in the other?
#10
I just use a stretched sweatband. Not as good as a case but I didn't have to buy anything so idgaf.
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