Colorful Leather webcam covers, made from Micro-Suction tape and high-quality leather offcuts. Keep your privacy private in style.
We all need our privacy from time to time and covering the webcam is the easiest and safest way to do so. I am a fashion designer and have a lot of leather leftovers.
Colorful Leather webcam covers, made from Micro-Suction tape and high-quality leather offcuts.
They leave no trace and are reusable
Extra thin leather webcam cover
Works on all types of devices (Desktop, Laptop, Tablet, Phone…)
High quality and colorful leather
100% hack-proof: Covering your webcam is the only way to be sure no one is watching you
Shipped in packs of 8
Free worldwide shipping.
In June 2018, I launched the Leather Webcam Covers on Kickstarter as a Quickstarter campaign.
Thanks to 1996 backers from all over the world, the campaign was a success with 20273€ within 20 days!
The Leather Webcam Covers Kickstarter campaign was part of the Quickstarter initiative.
Quickstarter is an invitation to create small projects – done mostly for fun. Use it for a first foray into making, a sketch for a larger idea, or a creative experiment that you want to share.
Micro-suction tape is a closed cell foam with microscopic craters in its surface.
When the tape is pushed against a sealed surface the craters function like micro suction cups allowing the tape to stick without the use of adhesives.
It sticks without glue to smooth surfaces such as glass, plastic, etc…
If you want to learn more about Micro-suction tape you can check out the Wikipedia page or watch this fun video
No glue, no tape, reusable and no sticky traces!
Working with leather (or any other material) means having offcuts during the production process. Some people throw them away, some keep them.
At Striiiipes, I keep most leftovers (at least what can be used on other projects). The smaller the offcuts are, the smaller the products can be.
Zero-waste fashion refers to items of clothing that generate little or no textile waste in their production. It can be considered to be a part of the broader Sustainable fashion movement.
Standard garment production generates an average of 15% textile waste due to the stratification or hierarchy of the garment production process. it’s even higher in the leather industry, due to leather’s natural shapes