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From Olivia Rodrigo to Disney and Billionaire Boys Club, Casetify continues to secure epic collaborations. The company’s first ever Be@rbrick x Casetify collaboration inspired by the Japanese company Medicom Toy’s uber-popular toy art will be available for preorder on Monday (Jan. 24) at 8 p.m. PT/11 p.m. ET.
The lineup, which features phone cases for iPhone and Android, limited-edition cases for Airpods and more, officially goes live on Tuesday (Jan. 25) at noon PT/3 p.m. ET.
If this collection proves to be as popular as the others, then it won’t be around for very long. Featured in the collection are Be@rbrick x Casetify 10th anniversary collectible figures for your phone or your display case. The figurines are available in 100% (2-inches tall) and 4o0% (11 inches). You can sign up for the waitlist to get your hands on one — while they’re still available. Customers will get a 10 percent discount with purchase of one of the Be@rbrick figures (limit one per customer) but only the Casetify x Be@rbrick phone cases and accessories will be discounted not the figurine itself.
This limited collection includes Bearbrick x Castefiy 10th Anniversary Monogram phone case for iPhones and Samsung Galaxy 20 and 21 phones which retail for $60 and $65. Also in the collection, monogram AirPods and AirPods Pro cases ($35), and a monogram watch band for Apple Watch ($40).
Both brands have a reputation for creating unique, artistically creative items. Casetify started out with custom phone cases. The company has evolved into the world’s fastest growing global tech accessories company. Be@rbrick’s rare creations can cost thousands of dollars each but one of the most expensive Be@rbicks ever sold was a Chanel design that fetched $30,000.
Casetify announced the Be@rbick collaboration in early January. See photos below.