We have featured a number of iPhone docks here at Geeky Gadgets, but I think this is probably the first one which is made from engine parts of various planes, the J-Cobs Piston Dock.
There will only be 250 of these iPhone and iPod docks made, and as you can see from the photos the certainly look different to anything we have featured on the site previously.
This industrial modern art Piston Dock was created using a 1940’s WWII Jacobs R-755 (or often called the L-4) radial engine piston. The R-755 was used during World War II and powered airplanes including the Avro Anson, Cessna T-50, Avro Cadet, Anahuac Tauro, Cessna AT-17, Cessna 195, Funk F-23, Grumman Ag Cat, Kellett KD-1, Morane-Saulnier MS-505, Waco CG-15, Waco YKC, YKC-S, YKS-6, Boeing Stearman 75 and the Beechcraft Staggerwing.
If you want one of these unique iPhone docks they are available for $99 each from Plane Pieces.Filed Under: Apple, Apple iPhone