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Scosche foldIO P2 Black Leather Texture Folio Case for iPad 2 (IPD2FLBK)

by Scosche
15 customer reviews

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  • Leather texture folio case for iPad 2 with multiple viewing angles.
  • Folio style protects screen while on the go.
  • Three position landscape viewing
  • Leather Texture
  • Multiple viewing angles
  • Folio style protects screen while on the go

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Product Description

The foldIO is a Leather texture folio case for iPad 2 with multiple viewing angles.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 9 x 13 inches ; 12.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B004QMA878
  • Item model number: IPD2FLBK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 1, 2011

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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By PixelBrat on April 15, 2011
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This is a nice case that is almost perfect for my needs but does have one flaw - you can't use all of the angled viewing slots. (see video) The most extreme angled slot does not work due to the rounded back of the iPad 2. It slips right out and lays flat. I don't understand why this wasn't tested and corrected before releasing this case. Keep this in mind before buying. Although this is annoying I'm able to work around it and still prefer this case to my other bulky one. I have not had a problem with the overall fit of the case as one other reviewer mentioned. My iPad fits in and stays in just fine. I love the low profile and compact design. It adds very little to the overall size compared to my Cygnett folio case that adds an extra 1/2 inch to the length and width. This does come at the risk of not providing as much cushioning protection if you drop it but I'm willing to take that chance for the lower profile. Overall I love this case and would buy it again despite the flaw mentioned.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Icecreman on April 2, 2011
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I was really looking forward to this case for my iPad 2. I have a similar one from targus but it didn't offer a good typing angle. This one offers all the display angles the Targus Vuscape has but adds a better typing angle by flipping and folding the cover. The problem is it fails miserably at holding the iPad. The grip on the iPad is so loose that it just slides out and falls down when it being propped in one of its various viewing angles. It seems that Scosches' quality control is non-existent for this product. The fit and finish of the Targus Vuscape is much better. I'm going to try and swap it for a replacement in the hopes that this case was just a lemon.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By weapon_h on April 17, 2011
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My first iPad case for my first iPad, so, my frame of reference is limited.
Since I still haven't figured out all of the scenarios I'll have (will I ditch my laptop bag and get a messenger bag for the iPad, or will it always be tucked in my laptop bag? Will I be propping it up to watch movies or type, or will I have it in my hands 99% of the time I'm using it?), I was looking for a good general-purpose case. The Smart Cover from Apple was appealing, but I didn't like the fact that it only covers the screen.

This case provides protection to the front, back, and sides, and props up to a variety of viewing angles. It's attractive (though it does smell like horrendous chemicals when you first unpack it) and it does not feel bulky - I don't like the idea of the Otterbox-type cases, as that seems to defeat the inherent lightweight and portable beauty of the tablet form factor (and particularly the skinny iPad2. This one is minimalistic (in the case, 1/3 thinner than my Kindle in its case) but still I feel like it affords a decent amount of protection. The way that it encloses around the iPad seems like it wouldn't be secure, but everything "snaps" in place great. Since the "snaps" are of a soft material, I do wonder if they will lose their grip after repeated removal of the iPad.

The main drawbacks I see are that when you want to fold it completely open (i.e., you're holding the ipad in your hand with the case open) the "latch" that snaps the cover closed ends up in the palm of your (right) hand, which feels a bit awkward. The method of setting it up to be propped for viewing means removing it from two of the four corner snaps, which again I wonder whether will work long-term. Also, there's no viable way that I can see to use it for propping up in portrait mode.

So, for me at least, this is a great first case (and at $35 a good price). Time will tell if I'll need to supplement or replace it based on my usage.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By notrhj on September 10, 2011
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First off I am biased.

I bought the original Apple case, and while I liked it there is NO protection from knocks and bumps.
I went through 3 or 4 Chinese leather and plastic specials with varying success.
One had a snap to close the case and over time wedged in a backpack the snap put a dent in the light metal back of my iPad 1.

That is when I bought the Scosche.
Perfect, nice leather finish, holds tight at four corner points and two sides.
Allows access to ALL controls, docking ports, speaker, Sim card slot, etc.
Well thought out and blocks nothing.

Fast forward to my new iPad 2.
Bought the Apple smart cover but it doesn't protect the sides or back.
Bought a gel back and it doesn't work with the smart cover.

So I got another Scosche case. This one has a little less coverage to leave the rear facing speaker and camera exposed.
Same micro fiber cloth inside to protect the screen.

Now some are whining "epic fail", "don't they test these things".
It seems that out of all the angled viewing slots on both the iPad 1 and iPad 2 models, you can't use the very last angled slot.
The iPad 2 has a rounded back and it will not stay in place.
All true, however, the next to last slot is a 45 degree angle, and it works fine.
In practice, works in the class room, library, my desk, tray table of an airplane, even my kitchen table.
The only thing I wish Scosche would add to their iPad 2 case would be a small
magnet to turn the iPad on and off when you open and close the case.

To those who are still not satisfied cut out the label below:

[===============================]
[ CAUTION DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE LAST SLOT ]
[ . . . . MAY REQUIRE ADULT SUPERVISION . . . . ]
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