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Check Out This Snugg iPad Case!

Hey Neighbors!

Are you looking for an iPad case?  Do you know someone who needs one?  GREAT GIFT IDEA!  Here is a really nice one from Snugg  To begin with it is one of my favorite colors!  I really like this case for several reasons.  Obviously it is well made, but I like the elastic strip on the back to put your hand through for holding the iPad.  I also like that there is a small loop at the top of the case for holding a stylus.  This case also works as a stand.  So, not only does the case protect your iPad, but it is functional as well.

I like the flexibility of this case.  Snugg has definitely created a GREAT case.  This case closes and starts your iPad just by closing and opening the case.  PERFECT!  Made of an extremely soft leather, the case is comfortable in your hands.  Believe me I have owned some of those stiff, unyielding cases before.

Here is a view of the back when it is folded to be used as a stand.

In black, this case is currently available for $29.99 on the Snugg website.  The colored cases (of which there is a variety) are presently on sale for $34.99.

You can see my daughter using the elastic band.

iPad cases are not the only cases you can find at The Snugg website.  They also carry cases for tablets, smartphones and Kindles.  You can find The Snugg on both Twitter and Facebook.  Be sure to click on their links and like and follow them!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a Snugg iPad case for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


dmauton said…
I don't have an iPad but that is a really cool case. I love the hand strap. I could use a case like that for my Kindle Fire. :)
karenmed409 said…
No ipad here either, but I sure do like their Kindle Fire Cases, The strap makes a difference when you want to hold it while doing something else with the other hand. I use my Kindle in the kitchen for recipes and this would come in handy.
Katie D said…
I love it!! I need to get myself one now!!

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