Come up with your own wildly colorful concoction to keep your One safe

Who said a phone case had to be boring? HTC has now started to offer HTC One owners the chance to build their own custom Double Dip case with a variety of color options for you to choose from. Some bright, some not so bright. 

Six colors, three parts of the case to customize, and you can be as wild or conservative as you like. One you've created the case of your dreams, it'll cost you $29.99 to have it sent out. It's no Moto Maker, sure, but it's a nice touch if you're not so fond of HTC's own creation

With the HTC One being a year old at this point, though, we'd perhaps have liked to have seen something like this a little sooner. If you're interested though, hit up the source link below and go nuts. 

Source: HTC


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Grab the custom HTC One Double Dip case of your dreams


Did apple invent color and plastic?

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Interesting. Anyone who is familiar with the history of Volkswagen would probably say those colors remind them of the harlequin Golfs from the mid 90's. At least that was my first thought when I saw that picture haha.

This seems a little late for the One, but maybe this is what we're going to see for their 2014 phones. Lets hope these cases are available from launch day...

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There are millions of people who bought the one that will want this case, late or no

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This case makes that premium look go right out the door.

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(ZeroLemon 7000mA battery and ZeroShock Case)

But it will make it look better when the scratch and dent sets in so there is that.

I have seen a few shabby looking Ones lately

Kit Kat tastes like Jellybeans. Can't tell them apart...

I would buy one if I could get all three parts in black (which does not appear to be available). Are you listening, HTC?

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Looks like the only unique and standout appeal of the Moto X just went out the door.

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