Quirky is a social product development company that brings new product ideas to life through its online collaborative platform. Now, Quirky has launched new accessories for the iPhone 5 with Fab exclusively. Here's more info on the new Quirky iPhone accessories:
Crossover $34.99 Secure personal items such as credit cards or keys to your iPhone 5 with Crossover, a clip on case with stretchy silicone bands and protective corners. Crossover was invented by Richard Moreen of New Brunswick, NJ.
Core $39.99 Prop it up with Core. Charge and display your iPhone on this beautiful and functional cube. The holder has an integrated cord management tool on the sides to keep your cords and iPhone 5 in place. The additional USB outlet keeps other devices charged. Core was invented by Kevin Collins of Marblehead, MA.
PLI $39.99 New technology meets mid-century modern with this new stylized case inspired by designers Charles and Ray Eames. The slim outer shell is made of wood and has a plastic inner lining. PLI was invented by Adam Pruden of New York, NY.
Keeper $34.99 No need to carry your wallet and a phone - attach this new leather billfold wallet case and go! Carry credit cards in the 2 slot holder and display ID in the clear pocket. Access both with a quick flip motion. Keeper was invented by Don Darnell of Auburn, CA.
Luminum $34.99 This ultra-slim, minimalist iPhone 5 case celebrates the beauty of brushed aluminum. Luminum is available in a wide variety of colors and was invented by Laura Doty of Shoreview, MN.
Pegit $39.99 This modern, customizable design uses a pegboard-style matrix of holes to host panels in a wide variety of colors and shapes. This product was invented by Chan Ho Lee of Busan, South Korea.