Here’s all three lenses in the case. There’s even room for those tiny lanyards, if you want them. The cool thing is the case completely protects the lenses, it’s easy to carry or shove in your pocket, and nobody will be the wiser when you flip out your tin of gum, only to reveal a full complement of cell phone lenses.
By the way – if you have an iPhone 4 or 4S, you may have been stymied for a method to secure the metal washer to the phone’s oleophobic-coated glass. I tested all sorts of adhesives (even the kind used to secure rear-view mirrors to windshield glass). The only thing I found that works (and it works VERY well) is the kind of clear epoxy that comes in liquid form, in a dual-chamber syringe. Lay down a thin bead of epoxy on the washer and hold it in place on the camera for a minute or so.
One thing to note – the washers they provide with the lenses that are supposed to be for the iPhone (that have a little half-circle cut out along the perimeter) do NOT work well with the iPhone flash. You’ll have a lot better luck if you simply snip one of the washers into a “C” shape, and trim off the rough corners before you glue it down.
By the way – realize that, should you ever want to remove the metal ring from the iPhone, you may well find it’s impossible to remove without cracking the glass. Be aware, that might void your warranty!