This is for iPhone 4 / 4s only. If you want the iPhone 5 / 5s case, follow this link.

An old school rotary phone case that actually spins and snaps back into position (watch the video in the gallery above to see it in action).

This 3D printed case has a built-in coil spring that allows you to dial any number, and see the wheel spin back into place automatically. It comes fully assembled, but there are two things you should know:

1) You need to pre-rotate the wheel once by lifting the stopping tab and rotating until a bump in the wheel passes under the tab. See video for clear instructions.

2) You might need to remove excess dust from the printing process manually. The wheel might not spin smoothly until after all dust is removed and you use it a few times, but most of the time dust should be minimal and you won't have to worry about it. See video for tips on how to do this.


IN: 2.403 w x 4.617 d x 0.657 h
CM: 6.104 w x 11.728 d x 1.67 h


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@Muriel78 the color should be soaked in thoroughly, they sink it in a bath with the dye. I have a blue and a red here and there's no hint of white. Would you mind replying to your order email with an image of the problem? They might be able to reprint it if it didn't come out perfect.
January 29, 2014, 3:53 pm
I have received mine today. I have chosen a blue one and it seems that the case is printed in white and then painted in blue. there is white under the rotated disk. I'm a little disappointed.
January 29, 2014, 2:10 pm
This is really cool! I just got mine today and it's awesome. Occasionally the dial will spin too far past the tab piece and get stuck, like if I start spinning from 8 or 9. But otherwise, really awesome case.
November 7, 2013, 11:17 pm


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