Disembodied iPhone Hand Case is the Weirdest iPhone Accessory Ever

Sep 9, 2011 - 13 Comments

iPhone hand case

From time to time we like to post some unusual or fun stuff, but this is really out there. A Japanese manufacturer has created what has to be the creepiest iPhone case in existence, it’s a disembodied hand that you have to hold in order to use the iPhone. WTF. As if that concept wasn’t strange enough, the sales pictures are even more peculiar, like this guy putting a wedding ring onto the iPhones hand and cuddling it to his face:

Disembodied Hand iPhone Case

I’m not sure if these are intended to be a joke or are serious, but if you actually want one they run about $65, or ¥5000, and can be ordered through Rakuten.co.jp.

More (weird) pictures below:

weirdo iphone case

wtf iphone case

back pocket hand creep case

Thanks Tom for the link via CultOfMac


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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Fun, iPhone


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  1. […] seen some weird iPhone cases before, but this is certainly the most unique iPhone case I’ve heard of that actually serves […]

  2. josephsk says:

    yoshikage kira’s iphone case…

  3. jg57 says:

    really “handy” …

  4. OMG says:

    it was designed for orgasm.

  5. Alberto says:

    When good taste is…… good taste……

  6. Name (required) says:

    It’s Japan. This is tame.

  7. Joseph says:

    “I was tickled to maternal chow” lol wut?

  8. J says:

    Wow! I agree, this is the weirdest iPhone Accessory ever! I guess now you can at least be holding this disembodied hand for some “sense” of human touch while you’re living your life more and more remotely and virtually.

  9. yōkoso says:

    Meh, vending machines in Japan sell panties and other used personal items.

  10. Buck Rogers says:

    Weird is an understatement, to say the least.

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