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Cell phone Decoration

Updated on September 7, 2011

fake stones

pimp your phone

Do you have a few dollars to spare, money to waste then why not invest in a new look for your phone and even your ipod, if you don't want to do the work by yourself you could also invest in a brand new customised phone these days although it could cost you an arm and a leg.

The cheaper option is obviously doing the work by yourself, showing off your artistic flair and making your phone unique from any other phone, buy yourself some cheap plastic diamonds or other fake stones and stick them on your mobile phone, creating your own patterns or go the whole hog and cover your whole phone in them, remembering of course not to cover the viewing screen.

24 carat gold plated ipod

customised phones

Have you got a lot of money burning a hole in your pocket,why not buy yourself a 24carat gold plated ipod at only £499.00 $1000.00 it is a bargain you couldn't live without.

Once you have your ipod you would maybe like to finish the look by purchasing a mobile phone to match,the images below are a few suggested ideas that should suit your pocket if you so desire.

Nokia 6300 24k Gold plated Mobile Phone £499.00 $1000.00

Nokia 8800 Sirocco 24K Gold plated Mobile Phone £895.00 $1800.00

Motorola V3i - Stainless Steel Gold With 855 Diamonds £5000.00 $10000.00

Samsung D900 18 Carat White Gold With 398 Diamonds £10000.00 $20000.00

MOTOKRZR Elegance - 18 Carat White Gold with 325 White Diamonds £20000.00 $40000.00

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      Ellie Martin 

      9 years ago

      I think its great, my mate had it done.. you can have the crappest phone in the world and then you pimp it and it looks sik! i no wat i want for my birthday, mom.... :)

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      sam 

      10 years ago

      where could one buy these diamond studded mobile phones?

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      programz findir 

      11 years ago from Ulverstone

      i am cool//////random

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      des donnelly 

      11 years ago from NYC....

      Jimmy this is great, thanks man... I would be very happy to have one that did not ring much or only when I wanted it to.... *laughs* as Sheryl Crowe said;-

      ''''if you want to reach me leave me alone..."

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      James Paterson 

      11 years ago from Scotland

      wouldnt we all ralph lol even a solid gold one would probably be the same...jimmy

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      Ralph Deeds 

      11 years ago from Birmingham, Michigan

      I'd be happy if I could find one that would stay charged, not get lost and keep sending and receiving until I've finished my conversation.

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      James Paterson 

      11 years ago from Scotland

      It is a change from my historical hubs Paul,looking to the future rather than the past lol.....jimmy

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      Paul Edmondson 

      11 years ago from Burlingame, CA

      I think the conversion of electronics and fashion is going to be big in the next several years. This trend is just starting. Jimmy, you're on the cutting edge with this Hub:)

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