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Pimoroni Pibow 3 Coupé (Raspberry Pi 3, 2, & B+)

SKU: CE00319

$15.95 AUD, inc GST
$14.50 AUD, exc GST

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Pimoroni Pibow 3 Coupé (Raspberry Pi 3, 2, & B+)
15.95 AUD

SKU: CE00319

$15.95 AUD, inc GST
$14.50 AUD, exc GST
12 reviews 0 5 4.9


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Pibow Coupé. The slim, hackable, and attractive case for the Raspberry Pi!

Note: This case has been resdesinged to perfectly fit the latest generation Model B (3B+).


  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2 and B+
  • extra venting, and a place for installing a heatsink if you really want to push your Pi (cutouts fit best for 3B+)
  • Super-slimline profile
  • Fully HAT compatible
  • Protects your beloved Pi!
  • Clear top and base leave Raspberry Pi visible
  • GPIO cut-out with laser-etched pin labels
  • Leaves all ports accessible
  • Made from lightweight high-quality cast acrylic
  • Great for hacking and tinkering!
  • Made in Sheffield, UK

Crafted out of five unique layers including a transparent top and base that leave your beautiful Pi visible inside. Each layer is laser-cut from colourful high-quality cast acrylic and once stacked they securely contain a Raspberry Pi 3, 2 or B+ while leaving the primary ports, including the camera port, display port, and GPIO accessible.

Weighing only 61 grams the case is lightweight and ideal for mounting to any surface. No tools are required for assembly or disassembly.

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Documentation and Resources:
Educational Workshops
  • Raspberry Pi Workshop for Beginners
  • Welcome to the Raspberry Pi Workshop for Beginners! Here you'll be able to follow along with our series of bite-sized videos that cover everything you'll need to know to get started with your Raspberry Pi, and start making awesome projects. My name...
  • Which Raspberry Pi Case is Best For You?
  • What’s even better than the world’s most popular microcomputer sitting on your desk? When it’s sitting there in a case which protects it, makes it easier to use, and gives your desk some style. If you buy a Raspberry Pi it’s ...
  • Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ Comparison
  • There is a new Raspberry Pi! The long-awaited upgrade to the Rasberry Pi 1 Model A+ (Rpi1 A+). In this article, we are going to look at how much improvement the new Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ (Rpi3 A+) is over the  Rpi1 A+ as well as how it stacks ...
  • The Maker Revolution
  • The Maker Revolution celebrates the creation of new devices and the modification of existing ones - the transition from a consumer buying goods to eventually having a major part in their creation. The Maker Revolution places strong emphasis on free (...
  • Maintaining a Project with Git
  • Let's have a very quick look at Git and Github - Git is an enormous topic, so this won't be an exhaustive tutorial but by the end of it we'll have a working knowledge of basic git workflow. I'll be showing this tutorial on a Raspberry Pi, ...
  • Pimoroni Blinkt: Setup and first script
  • Not quite sure how to get started with your Pimoroni Blinkt module? Let's set one up and have a play around! We'll guide you through the installation, open up some examples and try our hand at writing a simple program. You'll need: A Raspberry Pi...
  • Rain Gauge Data Logger
  • Summary A Raspberry Pi 3B is used to collect digital counts from an electronic rain gauge (1mm of rain per reed switch closure by magnetic see-saw). It has been running without issues for over 12 months. A UPS powers the Pi so it is immune from short power glitches. The total count is displayed on an LCD screen with reset and inc/dec test buttons. “To HTML” and “To LCD” routines are also included to simp...
  • Television Media Centre
  • Introduction: I have a flat screen television that is about 7 years old that I purchased before Smart TVs were commonly available. What I wanted to achieve with My Pi project was to turn my slightly old TV into a media centre. I wanted to play music through my TV as well as play saved movies and stream internet content. It was important for me to be able to stream ABC iView and SBS On Demand as they provide a free service and ...
  • Mass SD card Image Writer
  • We've built a mass SD card writer using a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, some USB hubs and SD card readers. This beast has enough ports to write 49 SD cards at once! At Core Electronics, sometimes logistics hang-ups mean that suppliers cannot meet our demand for pre-flashed SD cards. During these periods we have to pick up the slack by manually imaging blank SD cards we source ourselves. Of course, this is a super-tedious process, and ...
  • Mini NES Style Game Console with Raspberry Pi
  • My son really wanted one of the mini NES when they were released, however he missed out. I already knew that you could use a raspberry pi as an arcade emulator, so I thought why not build him one.
  • Raspberry Pi IoT Doorbell
  • This Raspberry Pi, IoT Doorbell is basically a simple smart Door Bell, which takes a photo of whoever rings it, and emails it to the specified email address, and keeps all the photos in a folder. (along with going Ding-Dong). Any Problems, just leave a comment/start a discussion below....

Product Comments

Customer Reviews

  1. Review by Arnold verified purchaser

    Neat, Stylish, Compact, Sturdy. (Posted on 5/03/2019)

  2. Review by Tony verified purchaser

    Paired with my Raspberry Pi 3 B+ and a PiJuice unit. Compact and easy to use. (Posted on 16/01/2019)

  3. Review by joe verified purchaser

    brilliant design, easy access with solid protection and the Pi has color now. (Posted on 30/10/2018)

  4. Review by Dave verified purchaser

    Due to having a few Pi 3B+ SBC's i had already purchased
    a Pimoroni Pibow 3 Coupe in Black and Clear, i decided to purchase this one in Red and Clear.
    I did this to differentiate between two 3B+'s and also to add a little colour to my collection.
    These cases are cut to super precise measurements and are extremely well made and are very nice and clear.
    Put some colour in your life and protect your Pi, from shorts with exposed components, the cover offers protection to a degree ingress of foreign objects or fluids.
    Dave. (Posted on 20/08/2018)

  5. Review by William verified purchaser

    This is now my preferred case for my Raspberry Pi 3. The accessibility to the GPIO is a key feature, whilst keeping the rest of the PCB protected. (Posted on 16/07/2018)

  6. Review by Benjamin verified purchaser

    Very compact and rugged. Looks Nice. (Posted on 7/05/2018)

  7. Review by Evan verified purchaser

    A really lovely case. Provides good access to all connectors and looks great. I combined this with a Unicornhat HD and it makes for a really impressive little unit. (Posted on 10/10/2017)

  8. Review by Doug verified purchaser

    Fantastic case. Easy to assemble, provides protection to the Pi, and still gives easy access to the GPIO pins. Highly recommended... (Posted on 17/06/2017)

  9. Review by Bernard verified purchaser

    A thoughtful design and very nicely made. (Posted on 26/05/2017)

  10. Review by Simon verified purchaser

    good looking case but flimsy, I broke some bits while putting it together but it still looks ok (Posted on 19/05/2017)

  11. Review by Scott verified purchaser

    Beautiful case that shows off the guts of the RPi. This case is really slick! Its 5 layers with 4 plastic bolts and nuts so its super simple. Just make sure you take off the protective layer from each before putting it together and it will look sweet. It impressed my colleagues when I showed it to them in all its glory! It really makes the RPi shine! (Posted on 23/01/2017)

  12. Review by Philip verified purchaser

    The Raspberry 3 and the selection of cases has opened up a new direction in my life . It can only continue . (Posted on 23/05/2016)

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