GamingWaterField Designs release Sony PlayStation Vita cases

WaterField Designs release Sony PlayStation Vita cases


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We are big fans of WaterField Designs here at UWHS having reviewed a number of their cases. Word has reached us that they have just released three cases designed for the Sony PlayStation Vita, and as usual they look very nice!

The PS Vita Case — constructed of ballistic nylon, a double-layered luxurious, leather flap, and a padded, lined interior — stylishly protects the PS Vita for both sophisticated gamers and hobbyists alike. Pockets stow the PS Vita memory cards and the in-ear, audio headset. The naturally-tanned, leather flap is available in four colors: black, brown, kiwi and orange.


Price: $49.00. Leather flap colors: black, brown, kiwi, orange. Pre-order now for shipping April 1, 2012.

The PS Vita Suede Jacket is washable and light. Made from soft, washable Ultrasuede, the Suede Jacket protects the PS Vita from nicks and bumps and can even be used to clean the PS Vita screen. The minimalist design allows gamers to tote the console in a pants pocket. An optional, stretchable rear, case pocket may hold an audio headset, memory cards or other accessories.


Price: $12.00. With stretch pocket: $15.00. Color: black. Available now.

The PS Vita Gear Pouch Pro keeps the active gamer organized and game-ready with the PS Vita and accessories all in one place. The sleek and uniquely-fashioned, nylon case is available in green, silver or tangerine, textured, environmentally-friendly, metallic material, each with a bold stripe. Soft, lightly-padded, interior pockets hold the PS Vita, the cord and USB cable, and the charger. Self-locking zippers keep contents secure. Compact and light, the PS Vita Gear Pouch Pro makes taking entertainment on the road effortless and cool.


Price: $45.00. Colors: green, silver, tangerine. Available now.

Learn more from the WaterField Design website
Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
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