iPad Cases | My Favorites

 

The DODO Case:

This case is beautiful! With its real book binding and bamboo housing this is a top notch case. The DODOcase is handcrafted by book binding artisans in San Francisco. They use natural materials and traditional book binding methods to create an actual bound book case for the iPad. Unlike most other folder-over folio style cases this case doesn’t use straps or a frame to secure the iPad in place. Instead, the DODOcase uses pure unadulterated craftsmanship to produce a fit tight enough to keep it secured. The “frame” is hand carved from bamboo which is a soft flexible wood that won’t scratch or mar the aluminum frame of the iPad.

$60 | Check It Out

The Moleskine Folio:

Molskine is the legendary manufacturer of books-yet-to-be written. They recently introduced the Moleskine tablet cover. It is designed to accommodate the  iPad and the features and style of this cover are the classic Moleskine style, the sleek rounded corners, strong elastic band, and the iconic smooth black cover. The cover protects and cushions the device, instantly classic and contemporary and will last for years. It’s a simple design beloved by writers, artists, readers and The Distinguished Male!

$TBA | Check It Out

Padova Case:

This is one beautiful case! And it comes at a price but it truly is an incredibly luxurious iPad jacket. The Padova is a form fitting iPad folio replete with hand stitched seams and premium leather exteriors. The top flap is made from rigid leather and closes softly with a secure magnetic closure, it also doubles as an iPad stand. All the buttons and ports are accessible with this case on, and it features Orbino’s own stylish brushed metal home button, this case just oozes class from all it’s pours. It truly is distinguished!

$209 | Check It Out

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