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Quirky Cloak 1st Generation iPad Case and Stand -Black

by Quirky

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  • Flip-out stands for portrait and typing modes, and cover flips out for multiple landscape positions
  • Durable cover for complete iPad screen protection
  • Non-slip rubber shell for extra grip on your iPad
  • Measures approximately .77in X 7.97in X 9.72in and weighs approximately 1.2 pounds
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 8.2 x 10.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0041CD3KC
  • Item model number: CLK-2-BLK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 30, 2010

Product Description

Color: Black

Protect - and prop up - your Apple iPad with the Quirky Cloak, a sleek, sturdy case that doubles as a stand! Cloak can be positioned to sit on a flat surface in portrait, landscape, and typing stand positions. Portrait: fold the Cloak's front cover behind your iPad and use the larger plastic support brace located on the product's inside cover to prop up the screen vertically. Landscape: open Cloak's front cover and use it to prop up your iPad screen from behind. The screen can be positioned in different angles using a friction-fit folding mechanism. Typing stand: flip out the smaller plastic support brace on Cloak's inside cover to prop up your iPad screen at a low landscape angle, ideal for typing. The Cloak is constructed from non-slip rubber, with durable plastic on the hinge mechanisms. It measures approximately .77in X 7.97in X 9.72in and weighs approximately 1.2 pounds. To insert your iPad, just pop it into the front of the case.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My green Cloak looks fine.
SoBay5some
This case is a weird mixture of hard case (front flap) and silicone floppy case (back flap).
M. Bowen
This will let you stand your iPad up in portrait or better still landscape mode.
BBCReview

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By D. Levy on October 20, 2010
Color Name: Black
The cloak is good, not great, but it seems like it's the best that one can get given how many features it has.

I've had my iPad for a little over two weeks now. As soon as I dropped that serious cash on a portable piece of glass, I knew that I needed it protected and ready for both typing and viewing, and I'm a little embarrassed to say that I've been through a fair amount of gear in pursuit of these goals:

-Targus Truss
-Griffin Standle
-Quirky Cloak

The Truss is a good folio style case. It protects the front of the case from impact(when closed) and offers a few different viewing angles. However 1) the typing angle isn't great and 2) I'm weary of leather/thin cloth cases that involve alot of bending back and forth(ruling out a fair amount of what's out there). I want my gear to last.

The Standle is fairly well made, and I found its typing angle excellent. However it does not protect the front, and I found that pretty bothersome after a few days of use.

The Cloak fits the bill in features. It is a folio protects the screen when closed(although you will need a large rubber band to hold it closed), is comfortable to hold like a notepad and allows many viewing positions with a decent typing position(imo not quite as nice a typing position as the standle). However it has two big drawbacks: It is heavy(it will about double the weight of your iPad) and its two foldaway stands are hinged to the inside of the cover using two tiny, weak plastic tabs.

This sounds pretty bad, but really isn't when you consider it against its competitors: The cloth and leather folios will tend to wear where you bend them, so it's not clear to me that they have a greater build than the cloak.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ivorybird on August 5, 2010
Color Name: Pink
I've been looking for a great case for my iPad ever since I bought it (I have the original version, and got it on the first day.) I purchased a case at the Apple store, and wasn't happy with it. I searched for one that better fit my needs, and found the Cloak. It took a while to finally become available, but I'm SO glad I waited.

I wanted a case that would protect my iPad, since I didn't have a special bag for it - I usually just throw it into whatever I'm carrying that day. I also wanted something that would make it easier to use. The Cloak fits the bill on both counts.

It's a folio style case, with a cover that protects the screen. The awesome thing is, though, is that the cover has different stands to prop your iPad in pretty much any position in which you'd use it. You can use it in portrait mode, with a stand on the back of the cover. It is infinitely adjustable in landscape mode as the cover serves as a stand. It also has a small prop to make for easy typing. The quality is great, and it was socially developed to boot. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone looking for an iPad case.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By SoBay5some on December 15, 2010
Color Name: Black
Got my green Cloak for 2 weeks. Its everything I expected. I have done my share of research on the best cover for iPad. Even with the negative comments about the Cloak's quality, I decided to give it a try. So far, I like it.

On the negative side:
1. A bit heavy. Yes, but only ounces different from all other covers;
2. Loose rubber around the iPad. It is not a tight fit, but tight enough. So far, it does not affect the protection to or the functions of the iPad. Also makes it easy to remove the iPad to put the screen protector on, or just to clean;
3. Bad quality hinges. I was worry about this, especially after reading many comments on the hinges breaking. After receiving the Cloak, I can see the hinges are tiny, and that they can break easy if rough handling. With this awareness, I open the typing stand and the portrait stand with a little care, not trying to rip them out. No big deal using care.
4. Attract dust. Being of rubbery material, the "tackiness" of the surface makes it more difficult to just brush or wipe the dust away as oppose to wiping a hard plastic surface for example. Black colored Cloak shows the specks of dust more. My green Cloak looks fine. I sometimes use scotch tapes to pick up particles on the cover if too many of them. So far, not a concern for me.

On the positive side:
1. It has a hard front cover and a soft rubber cover for the back. Really protects the iPad well.
2. Very easy to put the iPad in.
3. There is a choice of 4 colors to choose from, show some personality.
4. Best of all, you can open in the landscape view at a number of angles. The rubbery surfaces give sufficient friction for this to work. I do not think the other iPad covers on the market can do this.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jmarin on December 12, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
So for 50 dollars I'd hesitate to say this product is worth it. After two weeks of owning mine, the PLASTIC hinge broke from one side; The rubber material that surrounds the iPad is loose on one end; Finally, the light sensor is covered.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Alan Mushnick on December 16, 2010
Color Name: Black
this case looks and feels nice, but the hinges and plastic pieces that keep it standing up broke off in a couple of days. very poorly designed. I would steer clear of this item. too quirky.
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