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November 20, 2013

iPhone 5 Clicking Light Switch Case

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Is there a better iPhone cover out there for people with OCD?

We don't think so!

Click click click away with the Pachi Pachi Light Switch iPhone 5 cover, a case with two Japanese light switches that you can flick "on and off" to your heart's content.

A great way to get out your stress and irritation at work or elsewhere, the tactile and audio sensation is just perfect.

Did you ever get told off for wasting electricity by flicking the lights on and off as a child?

Well, there are no such worries about the environment here.

Just keep clicking till you've had your fill!

The light switches even make a good stand as well.

 

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White, Black, Pink, or Blue.

$34 (phone not included).

November 20, 2013 at 04:01 PM | Permalink


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Not super related, but when I was in Cape Town a couple of months ago, I noticed that they used switches styled like this as well. There was a tab indicating which position was on and which was off.

The entire time I was there I did not see a light controlled by two separate switches. This made me wonder if placing a clear on/off position indicator on the switch schooled the mind into a rut wherein it could not imagine a fixture controlled by multiple switches, or if there was some other reason for why I had to turn the light off at the top and climb down the stairs in the dark.

(The light switches for the bathroom are also outside the bathroom (and the bathrooms have no electrical sockets), leading me to conclude that they don't have a lot of faith in their wiring. Perhaps, much like the automatic transmission, the ground fault interrupter has passed South Africa by.)

Posted by: Nathan | Nov 20, 2013 11:38:10 PM

A.K.A how to piss off everyone within hearing distance.

Posted by: Kay | Nov 20, 2013 5:12:10 PM

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