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Inspired by the world's obsession and devotion

Designer Scott Wilson presents iBelieve, "Inspired by the world's obsession and devotion to the iPod, iBelieve is a replacement lanyard for your Shuffle. Constructed using the same materials and precision ball bearing closure as the standard Shuffle cap, you can relax knowing your divine soundtrack and data is safe." In addition, $2 from every sale will be donated to the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund and various Children's charities. [Via MoCoLoCo]

But what would it mean when the iBelieve owners pumps Metallica's album Kill 'em All through this divine music device? And when will the other religious symbols be represented?


  1. Blogger Carlz | Tuesday, October 25, 2005 8:57:00 pm |  

    I'll be first in line when they bring out the Star Of David version!! confused - is this an accessory or does it like a new iPod shape?

  2. Anonymous Anonymous | Tuesday, October 25, 2005 11:22:00 pm |  

    Unfortunately the Star of David version will most prop. never work from a technical and design perspective.

    This is purely an accessory which one can clamp onto the iPod shuffle. This also brings the question into my mind if people are actually aware of what they are representing by wearing such accessories...religion? music? Apple? fashion?