Personalising your phone with @MrNutcase – review and discount code

By | November 12, 2014

Phones….they do so much more than just make calls, don’t they.

Carried around on my phone is my blog, masses and masses of music and lists, lots of lists. I’d be lost without it.

But with each new variation seems to come the manufacturer’s desire to make phones slimmer and lighter and that only means one thing to me…increased fragility.

Yes, there are plenty of insurance policies around, but as we know, companies like to keep hold of their (your) policy money and it’s always best to protect your phone with a case.

But which case? Not only is there the protection aspect if a phone is dropped, but also the individuality element, both important to me.

Mr Nutcase asked me if I would like to trial their customised phone and tablet case service and my chosen case is below, together with a discount code of 22% on all custom phone cases purchased before November 26th, an ideal way to get that Christmas shopping done!

Designing the case couldn’t be easier, even for a technophobe like me. Firstly I choose my device from the list and then there were options to choose from shell-type cases or a flip leather style. I choose the latter as felt the padded case would offer extra protection.

Adding my image and text was very easy too, with the added option of choosing from designs and templates if inspiration didn’t strike.





A matter of clicks and it was done, delivered within two days too.

I’m really pleased with it, the design is my Twitter avi, it’s me (wonderful likeness!) painted by D and the flip over design is perfect for all-round cover.

And that discount code?
It’s EarlyTurkey22, enter this at the checkout process to receive 22% off your order.

Click here to start designing with Mr Nutcase and happy creating!

Disclaimer: I received a code for the purpose of this review and to receive a free case. My words, images and views are my own.

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