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MADE IN SWEDEN

We offer mobile phone cases made from 100% Swedish hardwood. The forest and its fantastic opportunities are our inspiration. Each shell is unique - choose between different types of wood, pattern and colors.

The basis for our business idea is to create a useful product and manufacture it from a renewable and locally produced material. To help preserve the forest's ecosystem, we have chosen to work with Plockhugget. An organization that “picks” (careful felling to create clearings instead of clear-cutting) and which encourages the conversion of spruce and pine plantations into diverse forests. In this way, many more plant species, tree species, insects, fungi and animals are preserved. This also helps to bind large amounts of carbon dioxide in both plants and soil, now that we need it the most to slow down the climate change.

THE TREE THAT BECAME YOUR CASE

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with a "pick felling"

case

Preserve our

ECOSYSTEM

Below you can read more about where the wood for your case has grown.

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HERE GREW YOUR 

 ASH

Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) is a large deciduous tree of the lilac family. The tree is famous for its leaves sprouting last of all (native) deciduous trees in the spring. This box has grown in a forest area in Vingåker in Södermanland. The old ash tree was felled to make way for new rejuvenation of deciduous trees. The beautiful wood is now left as a memory and adorns your phone.

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 ELM

HERE GREW YOUR 

This perennial elm grew at Skånska Gruvan on the royal Djurgården in Stockholm. When the tree was attacked by elm disease, it had to be taken down. After agreeing with Djurgårdsförvaltningen, we had the luck to save some timber. Skansen Bygg helps with sawing up the wood into planks. The beautiful wood is now left as a memory and adorns your phone.

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 BIRCH

HERE GREW YOUR 

This birch, about 150 years old, has grown in Ulla Kleberg's garden in Stjärnsund in Dalarna. The tree has been loved and adorned the yard. As there was a great risk that the 30 m high tree would be broken, Plockhugget helped her to take down the tree. There is now a stump left for the sake of biological diversity. The beautiful wood is now left as a memory and adorns your phone.

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HERE GREW YOUR 

LABURNUM

In terms of the pattern of the wood Laburnum is such a close tropical tree we come to Sweden. The wood for your shell comes from a small farm in the area around the village of Stallarp in the Småland highlands. When the tree obscured the view from the kitchen window, it had to be cut down but is now left as a memory and adorns your phone.

HERE GREW YOUR 

CHERRY

The dark, beautiful grain of the cherry (Prunus) means that the wood has sometimes been called "Swedish teak". The wood for your shell comes from a small farm in the area around the village of Stallarp in the Småland highlands. The tree grew on a pasture and was felled because it stood in the way of accessibility. The beautiful wood is now left as a memory and adorns your phone.