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Friday, 14 September 2012


STM Bags enters the iPhone case market with distinctive Aussie designs for the iPhone 5.

London, UK (September 14th, 2012) – STM Bags today announced the launch of an innovative range of protective cases for the new iPhone 5; the opera, harbour and the arvo. The range has been inspired by famous Australian icons, notably the Sydney Opera House, whose tile pattern has been incorporated into each design.

“We are really excited to move into the smartphone case market.  STM now offers our customers a solution for every aspect of their digital lifestyle, be it their iPhone, iPad or laptop,” said Adina Jacobs, STM’s co-founder.  “As with all STM products, superior quality, protection and thoughtful design are paramount in our new iPhone 5 range.”


The opera available in 5 colours (black, grey, pink, blue and white) ticks all the boxes – simple, lightweight, flexible and protective. Providing access to all ports, buttons, controls and camera lens, with a protective rim around the edge of the phone. MSRP £19.95

The harbour available in 5 colours (black, grey, pink, blue and white) features dual layer construction for durability and protection, coupled with a snap open bottom for easy access. MSRP £24.05



The arvo available in 5 colours (black, grey, pink, blue and white) provides dual hard shell and soft touch protection, with a built in kickstand for horizontal viewing. Arvo £29.95
(Available October 2012)



The Opera is available now, with the Harbour and Arvo coming soon. For stockist information please visit www.stmbags.com.


ABOUT STM BAGSLaptop bags with innovative styling and serious protection are hallmarks of the STM brand. Founded in 1998 in Sydney, Australia, STM Bags (www.stmbags.com) offers a full range of lifestyle oriented laptop bags, iPad cases, iPhone cases and accessories. STM’s mission is to provide a more comfortable, secure and stylish means to transport your digital gear. All STM products are backed by a product lifetime warranty.




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