A little over two weeks ago now I unpacked and gave a first look and thoughts on a folio styled case for the iPad Air, and now I’m ready to give my full opinion and review.
So as far as looks go there is absolutely no complaint from me as it looks very smart in its seductive black leather finish and very svelte appearance. I would say this is the thinnest iPad case of this type I have ever seen, let alone use.
The finish from material quality to the stitch work is of a very high standard and should please all but the pickiest of us out there.The solid part of the case fits the iPad very snugly leaving the bezel completely clear and raised above the edges.
One of my earliest worries with this case was the durability of the glue holding the leather binding to the hard shell, however this is completely unfounded as it has shown no sign of wear and neither has the leather at the edge where I tend to mostly fold the cover all the way flat back and hold it as if there was no case attached.
Now the quirky bit to this case is that there are two ways to use the stand/ prop feature. You can either fold the front back and tuck it in giving a good viewing experience for movies and turned over for typing,
or you can use the lip and four grooves for further viewing angles.
Either way gives perfectly usable viewing angles, and I have found this case to be a real pleasure to use.
From a view of protection if you are, shall we say clumsy with your tech, then this is not the case for you as it will not give a large amount of drop protection but if you treasure and value your belongings, and like a classy and executive looking case to show off your iPad then you can’t, in my opinion, go far wrong with this case.
I would like to thank apluscase for sending this case out for my review.
This product can be bought here http://www.apluscase.com.tw/index-en.php
If you are in the US then here is the Amazon link below.