CaseLabs is back, and they have moved to Sweden

Expect Caselabs to produce parts, PC cases and more in the future

Caselabs is back, and they have moved to Sweden

CaseLabs' new management has moved the company to Sweden

Back in 2018, CaseLabs, a US-based PC case manufacturer was forced into bankruptcy due to high tariffs, but in 2021 the CaseLabs enthusiast Emil Rytterstedt bought the rights to the CaseLabs brand in the hopes of resurrecting the company.

Now, CaseLabs has a new website and it details the company's future plans. Now, CaseLabs is a Swedish company, and while today's CaseLabs are working with the brand's former US employees, the company is now distinctly European. For US customers, that means that shipping costs will increase for US customers and that shipping costs will decrease for European customers. 

   What happened to CaseLabs?

California-based CaseLabs unfortunately went into bankruptcy back in 2018 due to circumstances regarding tariffs in the US. CaseLabs enthusiast Emil Rytterstedt bought the rights in 2021. We are now working to resurrect the brand and to start manufacturing cases again in Sweden.

   When will I be able to buy a CaseLabs case again?

While there is no official date yet, we want you to know that we are working hard on getting things running. We have started going through all the blueprints and things are looking good so far. We want to make sure that QC is up to CaseLabs standards when it comes to our manufacturing partner. We’ll most likely start selling spare parts to begin with, with complete cases following soon after.

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Caselabs is back, and they have moved to Sweden

Currently, CaseLabs are working to start producing spare parts for their existing cases, with the production of full cases coming soon after. In time, CaseLabs plans to produce new case models, though at this time the company's focus is to recreate their original lineup and update their cases with updated front I/O, vertical GPU mounts, and other modern features. 

     At some point in the future, we would love to design brand new case models. However, our current plan regarding cases is to start by selling spare parts, followed by the original line of cases. After that, our focus will be on updating the original line-up of cases to revision A with updated front I/O, vertical GPU bracket support and so on.

And we have heard you: A small form factor case could see the light of day sometime in the future. 

Further into the future, CaseLabs' product line will likely expand to include merchandise, PC accessories, PC peripherals and other components. CaseLabs will become more than just a PC case company, adding more diversity to the overall PC marketplace. 

If you want to here more about CaseLabs and their future plans, you can have a look at the new CaseLabs website. Beyond that, you can sign up to the company's newsletter for further updates. 

You can join the discussion on CaseLabs' resurrection on the OC3D Forums.

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21-11-2022, 16:49:45

AngryGoldfish
Epic!Quote

21-11-2022, 17:07:02

Dawelio
Fantastiskt! Quote

21-11-2022, 17:16:27

KingNosser
Well it's good news and they are good cases, i'd like a midrange tower with a decent amount of hdd bays please, since no one makes them as much as i want a fractal 7XL atm i cant afford it and i dont think it'll fit where my current one sits lolQuote

21-11-2022, 18:15:26

dipzy
I'm excited, I've owned BH7, SM8 and STH10 cases

Hope they make the Mercury S3 with pedestal.Quote

22-11-2022, 01:49:34

NeverBackDown
Here's hoping they make a SFF build. A modular SFF that you can expand if you ever want to is a genius idea. 2 for 1.Quote
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