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South Korean Sausage iPhone Stylus Now Available In The US

Sausage Stylus

By Chris Scott Barr

Remember last month when we told you about South Korea’s brilliant use of the sausage stylus? Sure, it seems pretty bizarre, but it’s also apparently rather handy. The sausages used aren’t widely sold here in the US, but one enterprising company imported a whole bundle of them to sell as styluses.

That’s right, if you head over to CaseCrown, you can pick up your very own iPhone Sausage Screen Stylus. It’ll only set you back $.99, which is about as cheap as you’ll find a stylus. The site lists them as “not for consumption,” so I wouldn’t expect to snack on one of these when you’re hungry. I would, however, expect a number of people to as “is that an iPhone stylus in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?”

[ CaseCrown ] VIA [ TUAW ]








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    Am I the only one who doesn't think this looks like a sausage, so much as an oxygen tank or an aluminum-wrapped cigar? Maybe it's the picture. Whatever the case, $.99 is a pretty stinkin' good deal for a stylus.

  • Jessicat

    I don't think me being South Korean really helps me in realizing that it isn't an Italian Sausage, because it's from South Korea… Not everyone does everything the same. Instead of being stuffed into a intestine or other material, it's wrapped in this metal plastic material. It's more like a hotdog like meat at that too. It's just called a sausage by Koreans.

  • Jessicat

    I don't think me being South Korean really helps me in realizing that it isn't an Italian Sausage, because it's from South Korea… Not everyone does everything the same. Instead of being stuffed into a intestine or other material, it's wrapped in this metal plastic material. It's more like a hotdog like meat at that too. It's just called a sausage by Koreans.