The world's most fragile iPhone case made of rice crackers can now be purchased overseas, and has become a hot topic in various overseas media and blog sites.
The world's most fragile iPhone case made of rice crackers, "Survival Senbei iPhone 5 Special Case SV3818," became a hot topic in Japan as soon as it was released. After that, this product became available for purchase from overseas through the mail-order site Japan Trend Shop, and has become a hot topic in various overseas media and overseas blog sites.
"Survival Senbei iPhone 5 Special Case SV3818" The word "Mariko", an overseas sales site, stands out!
US media Foodbeast is amazed at its high price.
"The Survival Senbai Rice Cracker iPhone 5 Case, as the name implies, is an iPhone case made of rice crackers. If you pay in four installments, it costs only $ 20.25 each time, and this beautiful and delicious case is yours. become!
… Paying four times is a joke. But it's true that the iPhone 5 case costs $ 81. A separate shipping fee of $ 15 is required. "
When purchasing from overseas, the price is $ 96 including shipping!
The selling price of this product in Japan is 3,818 yen. But if you buy from abroad, it costs $ 96 including shipping. This high price is one of the reasons why it became a hot topic.
Not only that. This expensive iPhone case is already sold out. This is a new topic.
In an article dated December 6, US media Mashable reported that the product was sold out.
"Sad news for those who were trying to buy an iPhone case for $ 80 that they wouldn't expect to continue using until the next Apple product announcement. A case made by Mariko and sold at the Japan Trend Shop. Is already sold out. "
Adam Falk of Mashable tells the news of "SV3818"
You can see the word "Sold Out" on the sales site
So what is the reaction of Americans to this product?
There are quite a few opinions that the price is too high for an iPhone case. In addition, many comments have been posted that hygiene is uncertain when viewed as food for emergencies. Americans are surprisingly serious.
On the other hand, the following positive comments are also written.
"(This product) will come in handy in the event of a disaster. When you're trapped in a food-free place, you can count on your iPhone in your pocket. I like this marketing. Elsewhere. I've never seen it, and I'm convinced that it's sold out. "
By the way, will this iPhone case not break even if it is shipped overseas? The sales site Japan Trend Shop has the following notes.
"This product is so delicate that it may break during the shipping process or during shipping. Japan Trend Shop cannot be held responsible for any damage to this iPhone case."
It's Sorya likely. Even domestic shipments can be damaged, so if you send them overseas, the probability of damage will increase further. Still sold out! It seems that there are many people who like interesting goods overseas as well.