If you’re in the market for a unique and unforgettable iPhone accessory, then you’ll be pleased to know there’s a seemingly endless supply of weird and wacky options out there to consider.

From the smartphone toilet dock to the umbilical cord iPhone charger, we’ve got a host of crazy gadgets and accessories that you won’t be forgetting in a hurry.

Read on as we take a look at some of the weirdest iPhone accessories ever sold.

The Umbilical Cord iPhone Charger

It’s by far the creepiest iPhone accessory on our list of weird and it’ll only set you back £3000.

Meet the Umbilical Cord iPhone Charger, a pulsating accessory that was apparently inspired by people’s dependency on their smartphones. The handmade oddity ships from Japan and apparently there’s only 1 left.

Available over on Etsy, the product page reads: “This is the iPhone cable shaped as an umbilical cord, which keeps moving while it’s charging. Now people bring their iPhone all the time in their lives”.

cord charger

Catch up on some reading alongside your new umbilical cord charger.

“I designed the looking of this cable as an umbilical cord, which mother feeds energy to her baby. It moves as if it’s trying to introduce iPhone into, just like to express an irony to people’s dependance on iPhone”. Ok then.

We can’t imagine charging our iPhone in public with a giant umbilical cord without turning some heads, so if you’re a fan of being in the spotlight, you may as well grab yourself the last of these chargers.

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Atech Flash iCarta2 Stereo Speaker (Toilet Dock)

Any iPhone owner knows that it’s tough to prise yourself away from Apple’s shiny gadget, so you’ll be pleased to know now that toilet time doesn’t have to mean no-iPhone time.

The £15 Atech Flash iCarta 2 Stereo Speaker (catchy name, eh?) can be grabbed on Amazon UK and acts as a cross between a toilet paper holder and trusty iPhone dock.


Tunes on the bog? Finally!

The accessory’s makers write: “Users are looking for solutions to stream their music in their homes. One popular activity is listening to your favourite music while taking a bath or shower, since your choice of music can set your mood to relaxation or vibrance to wake up in the mornings”.

This odd Bluetooth-powered speaker and docking system boasts a streaming distance of up to 10 metres and ‘around 20 hours’ of music playback.

According to the Amazon page, the toilet dock ‘will match nicely with your bathroom decor’, but we’re not so sure about that.

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Concrete iPhone Case

What better way to protect your expensive iPhone then slapping some solid concrete onto the back of it?

This unique £20 iPhone 6 case arriving on online retailer Fancy apparently delivers ‘unique concrete skins’ and ‘one-of-a-kind’ craters, which means no case is the same. Hoorah.

Concrete case

Safety first: Meet the Luna iPhone 6 Concrete Skin.

Earlier versions of the concrete iPhone case were thin in appearance, but the latest design is thicker, ‘creating a texture just like real concrete’.

Judging from the pictures, the skins lines up nicely with Apple’s iPhone 6 and does look pretty solid, but that’s pretty much expected when it comes to concrete, we’d say.

Here at Phonecruncher we’re not too convinced by the look of the concrete iPhone case. Whilst we’re pretty certain your phone will survive a drop test, you’ll look like a dummy pulling a slab of concrete out of your trouser pocket.

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The TV Hat

Tired of people looking at your phone screen during your morning commute to work? Well, the Internet holds the answer to a nice, confidential browsing session.

We’re pleased to introduce the TV Hat, which offers customers their ‘very own personal private theater’. Secure your iPhone in position and its covered from all angles, leaving you to put the hat on and enjoy the show.

TV Hat

Your very own cinema. What’s not to love? (Image: Wired)

Showing off their invention, the TV Hat team write: “Watch what you want, when you want, where you want. Slide your iPod, iPhone or most any MP3 player into the interior pouch and the attached 2.5x magnification screen helps give you a movie theater experience”.

“Privacy side shields prevent others from seeing what you are viewing”.

Upon its original release, this iPhone accessory cost around £20, but the product is much harder to track down here. Our fingers are crossed that the TV Hat team treat us to a new version in time for Christmas.

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Japanese Food Cases

Food lovers take note, because we might have found you the perfect way to keep your Apple smartphone scratch-free.

The iMeshi Japanese Food cases for the iPhone 4 are said to be so realistic that ‘you might try to eat your phone’. Wowzers!

Food case for iPhone

Feelin’ peckish?

Each of these food-themed cases costs around £20 and there’s a vast selection of different covers to choose from. Various options include Mushrooms, Sakana, Rice, Egg and more.

The rice-covered option is one of our favourites. The designers write: “Even one piece of rice looks extremely realistic, your iPhone might start looking like your favorite dish”.

“Who would have ever though of making your iPhone looking like food? We did”.

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Which of our strange accessories is your favourite? Let us know by tweeting us at @Phonecruncher.