Smartphone Case with Hook Clasp

Art.Nr.: 01 T-SmPh
23,52 €
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Smartphone holster with hook closure
Smartphone holster with hook closure
Leather smartphone case - opened
Leather smartphone case - opened
Medieval smartphone case - side
Medieval smartphone case - side
Medieval smartphone case - back
Medieval smartphone case - back
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brown  
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Smartphone case for LARP and Middle Ages.

Here you can buy a great smartphone holster or mobile phone pouch for LARP and medieval use, with a loop for the belt and hook closure.

The smartphone holster is made of supple and robust nubuck leather and has a practical hook closure for quick access and a belt loop.

The interior of the medieval smartphone case measures 14 x 8 cm and is therefore perfectly suitable for the Galaxy S7 and iPhone 7, for example, as well as smaller smartphones or mobile phones.

With the practical hook closure, the medieval smartphone holster can be opened and closed with ease - a perfect companion for LARP or medieval re-enactment and of course also perfectly suitable for everyday use.

Smartphone-Holster dimensions: 15.5 x 8.5 x 3.5 cm.

On the back of the medieval smartphone case is a belt loop for belts up to 6 cm wide.

You can buy the medieval smartphone case in brown or black leather. Hook closure made of brass-coloured zinc alloy.
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Smartphone case for LARP and Middle Ages.

Here you can buy a great smartphone holster or mobile phone pouch for LARP and medieval use, with a loop for the belt and hook closure.

The smartphone holster is made of supple and robust nubuck leather and has a practical hook closure for quick access and a belt loop.

The interior of the medieval smartphone case measures 14 x 8 cm and is therefore perfectly suitable for the Galaxy S7 and iPhone 7, for example, as well as smaller smartphones or mobile phones.

With the practical hook closure, the medieval smartphone holster can be opened and closed with ease - a perfect companion for LARP or medieval re-enactment and of course also perfectly suitable for everyday use.

Smartphone-Holster dimensions: 15.5 x 8.5 x 3.5 cm.

On the back of the medieval smartphone case is a belt loop for belts up to 6 cm wide.

You can buy the medieval smartphone case in brown or black leather. Hook closure made of brass-coloured zinc alloy.
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