Custom Egrips® for iPod at Macworld

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Flexible Innovations Limited, a leader in the development of advanced materials, will demonstrate egrips® at Macworld in San Francisco, January 10-15, 2005.

egrips® are stylish super grippy appliqués that adhere to your iPod, giving it a unique look and providing a better grip, to keep it from slipping out of your hand or off your console. egrips® for the iPod are available in designer colors and patterns that feel great to hold.

Unlike iPod tattoos, egrips® give you a better grip on you iPod, safeguarding it from potentionally damaging falls. egrips® is made of an easy to clean, durable, silicone based material that also protects your iPod from scratches and scuffs. With an egrips® applied to your iPod, you can individualize your iPod and keep is securely in your hand at the same time. You won’t believe how good your iPod feels with an egrips® applied.

To find out more about egrips®, visit

Cost and Availability:

2-Packs and 3-Packs of egrips® for the iPod are available at CompUSA. The 2-Pack egrips® for iPod is $14.95, with 1 silver and 1 white egrips®. The 3-Pack egrips® for iPod is $19.95, with 1 silver sparkle, 1 pink sparkle, and 1 blue sparkle egrips®.

egrips® for iPod can also be purchased on line at    

About Flexible Innovations Limited

Flexible Innovations Limited, a leader in the development of advanced materials, created egrips® technology, nominated for the 2005 Product Design and Development Engineering Award. egrips® technology is a very thin silicone based product with unique features, safeguarding mobile phones, PDAs, and other handheld electronic devices from falling and breaking by giving users a better grip. With egrips® attached, devices don’t slide out of users’ hands or off the edges of slippery surfaces. egrips® works with a wide variety of handheld devices including cell phones, Palm Pilots, Pocket PCs, portable CD and DVD players, remote controls, cordless phones, GameBoy units, GPS units, messaging devices, MP3 players, notebook computers, photography equipment, portable medical equipment, professional grooming products, scanners, and two-way radios. Visit

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