Kovet are an Irish company operating in Sligo, they design and make beautifully crafted iPhone 4 and 4S protective cases, read on for your chance to win one.
Made from an aerospace grade material called TPU you will never have to worry again about dropping your iPhone.
Speaking with Mark recently he had this to say
“We launched the site Friday the week before last and at the minute we
have three designs in five colours. In the next few weeks we will be
launching a new range of illustrated print cases. We teamed up with
Chris Judge, an award winning illustrator and children’s novelist from
Dublin http://chrisjudge.4ormat.com/ and we just signed up our second,
Dan Leydon, a Sligo based Illustrator and blogger
http://hotfootynews.blogspot.ie/ & http://danleydon.tumblr.com/
For our printed cases we invested in a Roland Lef Versa 12
http://www.rolanddga.com/products/printers/lef/ a brand new state of
the art 3D ink printer that can print onto almost any surface. Our
goal with the printed cases is to offer a top class finish with
excellent durability and to also stay up to date with the latest
technologies, and to highlight great Irish illustrators and artists.”
The casing fits perfectly over your iPhone 4 and 4S to give you all the control you have always had.
We have two Kovet cases that you can be in with the chance of winning 1 of 2 cases, a K1 and a K2.
- All entrants must be over 18
- Competition runs until October 20th, after this the winners will be drawn at random and 1st winner wins the Blue K1 and second winner drawn the White K2
- Cost of entrance is €1
Kovet was started in Sligo, a beautiful town in the west of Ireland in January 2012 by five guys who have a passion for gadgets. They consist of Mark Devanney, an Industrial Designer that graduated from IT Sligo, Vincent Naughton, another Industrial Designer from IT Sligo, Andrew Hodson, an Autodesk Moldflow Expert, Des Forde, a mechanical engineer/tool designer and Michael Nugent, a Tool Maker/Metrology expert.
The guys all worked together in a design and manufacturing consultancy in the town and had worked on an iPhone 3GS cover for a pretty big player in the iPhone accessories business. What they came up with was really high quality and they decided to start up their own accessories company with a very simple goal, create beautiful high quality products that just work. Oh and everything had to be designed and made in Ireland.