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iPod accessory maker DLO has brought a new twist to the iPod case - literally. Its Twister for iPod Nano has a turnaround front panel with a different hand-stitched material on either side.

DLO Twister dual-cover iPod case

So on one side we have a "high-quality" black leather, and on the other a Burberry lookalike tartan. It's the perfect social mixer: leather to impress your executive colleagues and the plaid to please your Chavvy chums.

The Twister's padded to protect the player with a clear plastic window to help keep the iPod display scratch free. It'll fit both first- and second-generation iPod Nanos.

Available now from DLO's website and iPod accessory retailers, the Twister costs $25.

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