Leather Folio Tablet Cases with Invisible Microsuction Grip
CREATE YOUR OWN BESPOKE TABLET CASE
A beautiful tablet case, whether for a large iPad or tiny kindle, brings no end of satisfaction on a daily basis. We get tons of compliments on ours when we take them out and about to fairs and pop-up shops. Though actually I don't think even the compliments can beat the day-to-day pleasure of handling something so sleek and tactile.
You can custom-design your own iPad, iPad Mini, Kindle or other tablet cases by emailing us at email@example.com.
We offer both Folio wallet-style cases - which are held with super-strong invisible micro-suction strips to give a really sleek experience and allow for easel viewing - and the traditional sleeve-style cases that you can slide your tablet in and out of.
Choose any of the patterns available from our current collection
and specify in your order notes the design you'd like.
More about Micro-suction...
You've been asking us for a while to bring our sleek, light microsuction technology to your favourite tablet brand, and now they're truly on their way.
Microsuction is composed of thousands of minute octopus-like suckers, which gives it the amazing ability to provide a super-strong grip that never wears out, while also making it easy to remove your device time and again should you need to. It works perfectly for our products as there's no plastic casing to spoil your experience of either the soft, pure calfskin case or your sleek device.
They've been a joy to design.
Tovi has been a particularly happy craftsman while creating this latest product. Finding the perfect ratios to enhance the user's experience of their tablet provided great satisfaction, he told us. There's an easel stand so you can prop your tablet up to watch movies on trains, or to Skype your granny.
On this model, which is our signature Möbius print - Maps, the generous pocket is made from a shimmering metallic gold calfskin and lined with pink suede. Tovi says he particularly loves the way the easel bend adds another dimension to our Möbius designs, which were inspired by ideas of twisting and warping how 2D pattern interacts with 3D forms.
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