Spice up your Flick Zero and Raspberry Pi Zero with a stylish white and orange Flick Zero case! This vibrant and durable case is made up of three parts; an orange base and a white two-piece lid.
This lid can be used in two different setups in either an open or closed position, allowing you to hide your Pi Zero and Flick Zero, or keep it visible to the world. Flick can work through materials such as acrylic, wood, and glass so ModMyPi's plastic case (even when the lid is in the closed position) will not negatively impact any of the fun you can have with Flick!
GPIO access and suction cups
The Flick Zero case features two knockout holes which can be pushed out with a pen, allowing you to still access the GPIO with a short cable. Four suction cups come as standard. These can be installed on the bottom four corners of the case. The suction cups can be mounted on many different surfaces such as glass, plastic, or wood and still be removed easily.
Perhaps you want to set up your Flick Zero & Raspberry Pi Zero to only allow entry through a door if you swipe the right pattern - with the Flick case, you could mount it right next to the door without the need to drill any holes or hammer any nails.
- 4 x suction cups
- 1 x orange base
- 2 x lid pieces
- Dimensions: 7.2cm x 3.4cm x 2.7cm
Case assembly guide
Need help assembling your Flick Zero case with a Raspberry Pi Zero? Check out their quick start and FAQ page here that will guide you through the process of piecing it together.
Visit their Flick GitHub page and acquire all the software you need to get up and running with your brand new Flick Zero and case.
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Documentation and Resources:
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