Wooden Cover For Beats Studio

Posted by Suzie Wong | December 29th, 2012 Share

Wooden Cover For Beats Studio

Besides the Wooden Keys Lazerwood has designed a beautiful wooden cover for Beats Studio (available in Walnut, Maple and Cherry, $35). They’re like an Eames Lounge chair for your head; the doctor wishes he was as classy as this mod for the ever popular Beats by Dre Studio headphones.

A word of caution by Lazerwood: “We’re calling this a mod and not a “skin” because it will require some delicate hands to get everything aligned right. If you take your time however, the effort is truly worth it as the results are STUNNING! Once the wood is stuck on, it’s really on there.” You’ll be able to remove the wood without damage to the headphones but the wood will most likely be destroyed in the process. ❚ Flattr this

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