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While the sensible among us will just enjoy the time off than buy into this Jubilee nonsense, most accessory manufacturers still make a case for it. Literally. So whether you're looking for a patriotic iPhone wrap, or something for the fondleslab, there are hundreds out there to choose from. We like the look of the Royal Mail-style 3D covers, which'll probably cost the same as a second class stamp these days. Obviously, at this time there are tons of flag-covered cases out there with Her Majesty in various poses on the back.

Here's a selection of what's on offer, but if you genuinely want to cover your phone in something so jubilantly patriotic, then your best bet here is to shop around, but don't worry too much about your choices as they're all a bit naff, some less than others though.

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Mini Cooper wireless mouse

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When it comes to true symbols of British brilliance, there's nothing quite like a Mini Cooper. The company has a German connection these days, which makes it even more British than ever, just like the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha House of Windsor, right?

So why not show your true colours with this officially licensed Mini Cooper wireless mouse peripheral, which comes with a Union Jack roof design? It also features working headlamps and rear brake lights and comes with a free mug for a jolly good cup of tea. How very British, indeed.

Mini Cooper wireless mouse

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