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Bubble wrap case keeps your iPhone entertaining after the battery has died

Protect your phone with one of the most effective stress relief tools in history

We’ve all enjoyed popping a bit of bubble wrap in our time, and apparently it’s an activity that holds just as much appeal in the Far East as it does in Blighty. Take this iPhone 5 case from Strapya, which provides several rows of thumb-sized bubbles for you to pop.

You’re not physically popping them, to be clear, but one of the case’s four layers is designed to make a popping sound when squeezed. So no, you won’t have to shell out for a new one of these after a particularly bad day has left you in need of some sweet poppin’ time.

The case costs 2,100 yen in Japan, which equates to about £15.

[via Japan Daily Press]

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