Cygnett is known for constructing well built, quality cases for phones and tablets. Tonight, Creative Director Sophie Swann gave us an excellent description for some of their most popular models. Near the end, she also introduced us to their Icon Art series by artist Nathan Jurevicius.
Each Cygnett case comes with a complementary screen protector to make sure your precious devices don’t end up with any scratches. The first case presented was the WorkMate Pro for the Galaxy S II. The same case has been available for iPhone for some time, and they hope to expand to many more Android devices. The WorkMate Pro is shock-resistant, extra-protective, and made of dual materials.
Next up was the Frost model. It has a very smooth matte finish, and protects your device while still keeping it very slim. The Crystal variant was very similar to the Frost, but completely transparent. But the most interesting of them all was their Icon Art series. Artist Nathan Jurevicius created the them for the iPhone 4S, and they come in three different designs: Dr. Maybe’s Underwater House, Hootsville, and Chihoohoo’s Tea Party. Sophie wrapped up with an introduction to their latest InSound noise-cancellation headphones. After slipping them on, they were extremely comfortable and really worked well.