18 December 2012

Caseable iPad Cover: Review and Pictures



One of the items on my Christmas wish list was an iPad case, to replace the functional yet boring black number I bought at the same time. Well, Christmas came early when Caseable offered me my choice of their hand-made, customisable cases.
 
 
The company offers everything from smartphone to laptop to eReader covers, all of which are handcrafted in Brooklyn or Berlin.  Customise your own, using your own text, images or  design, or choose artwork from a range of featured artists on the site. Either way, the order process is quick and easy, using the online system - it takes about 10 minutes, and a week later, my case was in my hands.
 

I opted for this striking skull design by Ali Gurec, a designer and illustrator from Istanbul - I love it! The design is gorgeous, I love the distressed black background and the sturdy, well-made case fits my iPad perfectly. I think it's worth every penny of the €49.90 pricetag and if you're after something that's customisable and unique, I'd encourage you to check out the rest of the options on their site, here.  

And here's a little treat for you if you spot something that you'd like - Caseable are offering readers of Fluff and Fripperies a 15% discount that's valid until midnight on December 31st. Just enter the following code at checkout: fluffandfripperies10.
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