iLuv Soft iPad Case: It’s a Wrap

| Quick Look Review

The iLuv case, Model iCC2010, is very thin and reacts like fabric might in that when empty you can roll it up. However, that should not be confused with a lack of sturdiness or protection. It is made from water resistant neoprene and lined with an ultra soft material that will protect your iPad from scratches.  The outside edges of the case are reinforced to protect from bumps and dents. An iPad in this case should easily fit into briefcases, backpacks, large handbags, etc.

      

Examples of the iLuv iCC2010 iPad Case

The MSRP is $24.95 and it comes in black, blue, green, orange, gray, tan and pink.  I found cases on line starting at $16.

Features 

The case is designed for side entry and has a zipper fastener that zips from half way up one side to half way down the other. It is easy to insert and remove the iPad.

The extra feature on this case is found on the outside front which features two deep pockets. One is wide enough to hold my iPhone.   

Do I Recommend It? 

I do. If you are looking for a soft iPad case then this one  presents with the primary requirements. It is well constructed, has  good quality lining, offers reinforced corners, and has zipper closures with an opening large enough to easily maneuver your iPad into and out of the case.   

Another Option

If you prefer a soft case with more padding, check out this one.

Product: iLuv iPad Case Model iCC2010

Company: iLuv

List Price: $24.95

Pros:

The  iLuv model iCC2010 iPad case has good lining and reinforced corners.  It is very slim and offers two outside pockets.

 

Cons:

None Noted

 

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4 Comments

MyRightEye

Um, why is there a mouse in the pocket of an iPad case?

John Martellaro

I believe that’s a painted image, as art.  Nancy?

Nancy Gravley

I believe you are correct John.  The idea being to demonstrate the true size of the pocket.

MyRightEye

Yeah actually it’s not “a painted image”. It’s quite obvious if you look a little closer.

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