By David Ponce

Griffin’s Faces Cases are made from silicon and let you customize the look of your iPod touch on a daily basis. They come with three sets of mouths and six different eyes so you can easily swap them out for a total of… well let’s see now. How many configurations does that make? 6 choices for the left eye, say, multiplied by 5 remaining choices for the right. That’s 30. Multiply that by 2, since there are two eyes, so we’re at 60. Finally multiply that by the 3 mouths and you’ve got a total of 180 different configurations.

Of course this whole calculation was unnecessary, but there really isn’t a whole lot to say on this product. It’s quirky and it’s $25.

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since the left and right eyes don’t seem to be the same size, it’s more like 3^3 choices (3 choices for left eye * 3 choices for right eye * 3 choices for mouth) = 27 ðŸ™‚

Damn cool…..I get some of the most interesting things to learn and do here. Thanks a lot and keep it coming