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HEX fuses an eye for style with a love of technology. The company is most famous for the patented iPad slot it incorporates into its backpacks, messenger bags and duffels.  It’s a unique feature in a sea of undifferentiated ways to carry technology.  HEX also has some beautifully designed wallets for your iPhone, that feature pivot hinges that let the case double as a stand for widescreen viewing, and wallets with integrated credit card / ID slots, which help eliminate the need to carry a wallet around. Fearful someone might swipe one of your credit cards, or want an even sleeker profile? Check out the Stealth Case, which has an internal shielded compartment that houses an RFID-enabled card, allowing instant tap-to-pay transmissions at RFID-enabled locations. If you’re worried about cross interference between your card and phone? Don’t be. There is none.

HEX also sells convertible sleeves, which are designed to carry a laptop like a Macbook Air up to 13 inches as well as an iPad. It looks great and it’s water-resistant. Practical and stylish? Sounds good to me.

Oh, one other cool thing – HEX also offers watchbands for iPod Nanos, letting you seamlessly incorporate the tiniest of iPods into your everyday outfit.

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3051 Sturgis Rd
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P: 805 983 4651
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