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Hot on the heels of Apple unveiling the highly anticipated iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, popular accessory company Pad and Quill has today announced a new case for the device. The company has revealed its newly designed Traveler case for both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s. The Traveler case is a bumper style walled case and in classic Pad and Quill fashion, is made from full grain leather.

The Traveler case offers slots on the back for holding 6 to 8 cards or cash. The case’s leather is incredibly strong, meaning that it won’t wear over time and your cards and cash will stay secure when stored in the case. The Traveler case is available for pre-order now and will ship by the end of September. The case runs $79.95. Pad and Quill also today revealed that all of its most popular wallet style cases are now available for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, as well.

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In addition to the new Traveler case and expanding its existing line of wallet cases to the iPhone 6s, Pad and Quill today announced a new charging stand for Apple Watch. Dubbed the Timber Nightstand, the dock was designed with watchOS 2’s new Nightstand mode in mind. The Timber Nightstand has a wood appearance to it and features a soft leather cutout for placing the Apple Watch. There’s also a cut out in the back for storing additional bands. The Timber Nightstand is available now for $89.95 and ships within 7-10 business days.


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