Powermove Distribution introduces the Gecko Gear range of accessories for iPhone 4

Macworld Australia Staff
28 September, 2010
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Melbourne, Australia, 28 September, 2010: Powermove Distribution introduces the all new range of iPhone 4 accessories from Gecko Gear, the Australian owned manufacturer of leading connection and protection gear for iPod, iPhone and iPad.

The new range from Gecko Gear brings further style and functional protection to your beloved iPhone 4. From the simple but highly effective Gecko Guard screen protector to the stylish, slim-line Gecko Profile, Gecko Gear have invested in thorough research and design, and manufacture their accessories from only the best quality materials.

“We invest significant resources into making sure our entire product range is manufactured using premium materials,” said Craig Raymond, General Manager of Gecko Gear.

While some iPhone 4 cases entering the market reflect the colour of the case on photos when the flash is used, especially outdoors, as part of their commitment to quality design and manufacturing Gecko Gear have ensured their iPhone 4 cases are flash compatible by adding a black trim around the camera hole.

“Our development team found that on a selection of iPhone 4 cases a wider camera hole alone did not solve the colour reflection problem that has plagued so many of our competitor’s products.    As a result, we added a subtle black trim around the camera hole which has solved the problem,” said Raymond.

Gecko Gear’s innovative yet simple solution to the flash colour reflection problem means users can enjoy their iPhone 4 camera and flash with a Gecko Gear case in all conditions and not worry about potential discolouration in their photos.

The new range of Gecko Gear accessories for iPhone 4 are available now from leading retailers. Details of the new range of accessories follows.

Gecko Edge for iPhone 4

With elevated edging, the Gecko Edge sits just above the height of your iPhone screen and back, protecting your iPhone from scratches when placed on any flat surface. Manufactured from the super-tough Makrolon® polycarbonate, the Gecko Edge also includes a bonus Gecko Anti-Glare screen guard, microfibre cloth and fitting instructions. Available in Frost, Blue, Black, Purple and Red.
RRP: $19.95 inc GST

Gecko Glove for iPhone 4

The Gecko Glove is a super tough, super cool silicone case for all day scratch and bump protection for your iPhone. It features the unique Gecko Grip for a comfortable feel and traction for your iPhone on any surface. The open bottom design allows for easy attachment of additional accessories. Includes a bonus Gecko Anti- Glare screen guard, microfibre cloth and fitting instructions. Available in Frost, Black, Purple, Green and Pink.
RRP: $19.95 inc GST

Gecko Vision for iPhone 4

Contoured to perfectly fit your iPhone 4 and manufactured from Makrolon® polycarbonate, the Gecko Vision is a flexible yet strong protection solution. The Gecko Vision fully protects the back and sides of your iPhone whilst giving you full access to the touch screen. Includes a Gecko Anti-Glare screen guard, microfibre cloth and fitting instructions. Available in White, Black, Purple, Blue and Red.
RRP: $29.95 inc GST

Gecko Profile for iPhone 4

The Gecko Profile is a contoured, scratch resistant, Makrolon® polycarbonate hard case with 2805pc resin plastic. The rubberised coating provides a non-slip, soft touch surface to give you a great feeling case that offers slim-line protection. Includes a bonus Gecko Anti-Glare screen guard, microfibre cloth and fitting instructions. Available in Clear, Frost, Black, Purple, White and Red.
RRP: $29.95 inc GST

Gecko Guard Clear for iPhone 4

The Gecko Guard Clear film offers optimal protection for your iPhone and reduces wear on your screen. Die- cut for a perfect fit, the Gecko Guard protects the front and back of your iPhone against scratches and other potential damage. Includes a microfibre cloth, fitting instructions and applicator card.
RRP: From $14.95 inc GST

Gecko Guard Anti-Glare for iPhone 4

The Gecko Guard Anti-Glare film offers optimal protection for your iPhone whilst reducing unwanted reflections on your screen. Die-cut for a perfect fit, the Gecko Guard protects your screen against scratches and other potential damage. Includes a microfibre cloth, fitting instructions and applicator card.
RRP: $19.95 inc GST

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