Blurex Ultra-Slim Case for Google Nexus 7 inch Tablet- With built in Multi-Angle Stand (RED) + Premium Screen Protector Film
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- Designed specifically for the Google Nexus 7 Tablet With cutouts to all ports
- Protect and Secure your Google Nexus 7 Tablet by absorbing shock from accidental drops
- Converts into multi-angle stand for added convenience -- Ultra thin and portable
- Built-in Sleep / Wake Feature --- Does not activate sleep mode when cover is flipped all the way back + Premium Screen Protector Film (Clear)
- Includes HD Clear Screen Protector Film ($5.99 Value)
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Size: Nexus 7 (2012) | Color: Red
Top Customer Reviews
It's a very thin case as well. Of course, it does add SOME thickness to the unit, but far less than some others I've used. I love how there is no velcro on the case. I'm sorry, but velcro wears out over time. I don't want to rely on something like velcro for the case to function. Once I saw this unit had no velcro I was immediately interested. The wake/sleep function that happens automatically when you open or close the case is fantastic as well. I never thought that such a simple feature would appeal to me, but I grew very attached to it with some previous cases I tried. Having that feature on this particular case really makes it a home run.
The price is exceptional for this unit. All too often we see phone cases selling for 30, 35 bucks, etc. That's simply robbery. It was nice to find a case for this price, as it meshes both worlds together nicely... affordability and practicality. As I mentioned, I've been case-jumping a little bit until I found a winner. Well... we're done. ;)
I really like the claws not protruding far into the bezel area. The case is reasonably light, although I will admit for extended use, I just pop out the tablet and use it without a case, and then put it back in for traveling. Certainly it is usable, but if you really want to enjoy the magical lightness and power of the Nexus 7, just pop it out of the case while using it, and leave the case for traveling or propping up to watch movies and content.
I looked at a lot of cases before buying this one, and this is the one that seems to have the fewest compromises.
The edge "claws" all hold the device comfortably and without any damage to anything. The stand feature work well in all positions. The elastic handle is angled a little strangely, so it's not intuitive to use, but it's not something I feel is even necessary with this case. The stylus holder is great--much better than using the 2.5mm plug holder that came with it. There are properly notched spots for every port, including the POGO pins, for a potential future docking solution. Everything just works well, right down to the magnetic cover that turns the screen on and off.
I would highly recommend this case over anything else you will find out there. It's affordable, functional, aesthetically pleasing, and comfortable to hold and carry around. If you get any accessory for your Nexus 10 (besides a stylus), get this!
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When the front flap, which has the magnet close to the bottom hinge on the left, is folded fully close to back, the sleep mode gets activated making it impossible to use the tablet. Hence one will not be able to use provided elastic to hold flap in place when using the tablet. Also one is unable to use the hand grip because of this.
The claim that it converts into multi-angle stand ONLY in LANDSCAPE mode. If you want stand the table it portrait mode you have to use your own creative methods.
If you are one of the unfortunate ones who got the case and have similar problems, here was the solution that others have found:
You will need: Hobby knife (or similar straight blade), super glue.
1) When you open the case, open it so the holes are on the bottom of where the tablet resides (where the speaker comes out)
2) On the left flap, look at the black part of the hand grip on the bottom. From the gray part above the black part, the magnet is located on the right.
3) Take your knife, slowly cut the thread from the side just enough so it can pull back. The magnet will be below the white foam.
4) When you find the magnet, remove it. Make sure the silver side is upwards. At this point if you are happy without auto-sleep, super glue the seams back. Otherwise, put the magnet back in, but put it ABOVE the white foam, so that it is magnetic on the gray side and not the black side. Super glue the seams back.
5) Let it dry for however long, I usually wait an hour.
6) Done. Now your case will have auto-sleep and will not turn off when you open it all the way.
Take care that this does void your warranty, but for 15 bucks and a little handiwork it becomes an excellent case to use.
I want to say thanks for all the ideas that other people have commented on in other reviews.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
product is decent and as described. the tab that holds it closed can be easily broken by flipping the cover backwards instead of in the display mode.Published 12 days ago by Albert Rox
Still in use as of today, had it for a long time now and no issues on the build or qualityPublished 28 days ago by MM
I like this case and bought one in 2012. However when I ordered what I thought was the same case, from the same link on Amazon in Jan 2016, it was not the same case. It is smaller. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Linda Moore
This was my primary case for my Google Nexus 7 for years. I finally replaced it as it got too raggedy. It had a good solid run. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jacob riley
After some time it will no longer hold your tablet. Mine fell out a broke.Published 2 months ago by LeBish