Music to Go with Waterfield Designs CitySlicker for Jawbone Mini Jambox

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Waterfield Designs CitySlicker for Jawbone Mini Jambox

Small speakers like the Jawbone mini Jambox are designed to be taken along on your daily journeys. Protecting the speaker and carrying a few key accessories is important and our friends at Waterfield designs have a stylish new way for you to do just that. The Waterfield Designs CitySlicker for Jawbone Mini Jambox comes in two colors for just $49.

Waterfield Designs CitySlicker for Jawbone Mini Jambox

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This protective case is an extension of the CitySlicker line of bags the company released a little bit over a year ago. In this case it is a protective patch that looks great and offers a good degree of protection. Size to specifically hold the speaker, it has a plush lined interior and a stretchable semi opaque back pocket that can be used to hold a cable, a charger and in ear headphones. The pouch has a YKK self locking zipper, the flat is made from distressed leather and two snacks keep the speaker talked inside when it’s not being used. Check out both colors of the $49 case.

The Waterfield Designs CitySlicker for Jawbone Mini Jambox starts shipping April 2; you can learn more here.

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