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Bandai Is Going Back To The Future With This DeLorean iPhone Case

Bandai's DeLorean iPhone Case 10 photos
Photo: www.p-bandai.jp
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“Hey, Doc, we better back up. We don’t have enough road to get up to 88.” “Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads”. Imagine these two famous Back To The Future lines going on between Mary McFly and Doc on two iPhones dressed in DeLorean Time Machine cases.

Japanese toy maker and video game company Bandai is once again making our jaws drop with their newest creation, a Back To The Future II DeLorean Time Machine iPhone case. Like creating a replica after Tim Burton’s Art Deco Batmobile iPhone case wasn’t enough already to make everybody happy, it appears these people have no intention on stopping on Super Heroes cars.

And mind you, the case also comes with some gadgetry itself. According to CNET, you can slide the driver’s-side front fender and wheel out of place to uncover the phone’s camera. The fender on the other side opens up like a hatch to access controls. OK, maybe we’re not talking about the most advanced gizmos in the world, yet you can’t say it's not cool.

The case features glowing blue lights and will hit the markets as a gesture of celebration for the movie’s setting in 2015. In other words, you’re going to have to wait until June to get to spend the best $50 dollars you payed lately to get your hands on one, but we say it’s totally worth the wait. However, it’s currently available for preorder so you might want to look into it already.

PS: In case your precious iPhone 6 does disappear out of your pocket a couple of days after you got it dressed in the case, be advised, it did not travel to time, you were most likely robbed.

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