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Leather Case for iPad 2 (Version 3 Red) from Xengadget
Leather Case for iPad 2 (Version 3 Red) from Xengadget
Offered by Pro Ebiz
Price: $26.81

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Quality matches the product's price, April 22, 2013
Verified Purchase(What's this?)
Since this only cost $15, I'm not sending this back. Too many things wrong with this product. Needless to say, this is only a temporary case. I just don't want my iPad to be naked.

Pros:
1) Cost
2) Secures iPad 4 adequately. I don't doubt it will protect my device from a drop.

Cons:
1) Very strong paint smell! I've aired it out for three days now, it still smells like it's freshly painted.
2) Sleep/wake function doesn't work. There are magnets that helps keep cover on but they do not turn on/off the device.
3) Stitching is becoming undone. I've only had it for three days.
4) Cover liner has red paint splashed on it. It looks like someone accidentally drew a line with a red pen.
5) Cutouts don't quite line up. I have to stretch the bottom of the case a little bit to plug in the charger. Also the headphone jack is partially covered. Camera isn't blocked.


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Adequate shade for long days at the beach, June 23, 2009
Pros:
1) Easy to setup even during windy condition. Directions for assembly attached to carrying bag.
2) Lightweight and compact when disassembled. Fits in luggage. Easy to carry with the shoulder strap.
3) Stays cool inside. (see cons below)
4) Sand pockets (on sides and back) really help stabilize tent and prevent it from being blown away when used with included stakes.
5) Easy to clean. Just shake the dirt off!
6) Fits 2 people comfortably when you want to lay down.

Cons:
1) No mallet to make pushing the stakes down into the sand.
2) Can provide more shade. This is because of the large vents although the same vents are one of the reasons why tent stays cool inside. Also, if the front panel is longer, it would provide more shade. You can drape a blanket over top of the tent to solve this issue but don't expect it to be as cool inside.


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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Adequate shade for long days at the beach, June 23, 2009
Pros:
1) Easy to setup even during windy condition. Directions for assembly attached to carrying bag.
2) Lightweight and compact when disassembled. Fits in luggage. Easy to carry with the shoulder strap.
3) Stays cool inside. (see cons below)
4) Sand pockets (on sides and back) really help stabilize tent and prevent it from being blown away when used with included stakes.
5) Easy to clean. Just shake the dirt off!
6) Fits 2 people comfortably when you want to lay down.

Cons:
1) No mallet to make pushing the stakes down into the sand.
2) Can provide more shade. This is because of the large vents although the same vents are one of the reasons why tent stays cool inside. Also, if the front panel is longer, it would provide more shade. You can drape a blanket over top of the tent to solve this issue but don't expect it to be as cool inside.


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4.0 out of 5 stars Adequate shade for long days at the beach, June 23, 2009
Pros:
1) Easy to setup even during windy condition. Directions for assembly attached to carrying bag.
2) Lightweight and compact when disassembled. Fits in luggage. Easy to carry with the shoulder strap.
3) Stays cool inside. (see cons below)
4) Sand pockets (on sides and back) really help stabilize tent and prevent it from being blown away when used with included stakes.
5) Easy to clean. Just shake the dirt off!
6) Fits 2 people comfortably when you want to lay down.

Cons:
1) No mallet to make pushing the stakes down into the sand.
2) Can provide more shade. This is because of the large vents although the same vents are one of the reasons why tent stays cool inside. Also, if the front panel is longer, it would provide more shade. You can drape a blanket over top of the tent to solve this issue but don't expect it to be as cool inside.


ABO Gear Sunmate Shelter
ABO Gear Sunmate Shelter
Price: $40.35
8 used & new from $39.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Adequate shade for long days at the beach, June 23, 2009
This review is from: ABO Gear Sunmate Shelter (Sports)
Pros:
1) Easy to setup even during windy condition. Directions for assembly attached to carrying bag.
2) Lightweight and compact when disassembled. Fits in luggage. Easy to carry with the shoulder strap.
3) Stays cool inside. (see cons below)
4) Sand pockets (on sides and back) really help stabilize tent and prevent it from being blown away when used with included stakes.
5) Easy to clean. Just shake the dirt off!
6) Fits 2 people comfortably when you want to lay down.

Cons:
1) No mallet to make pushing the stakes down into the sand.
2) Can provide more shade. This is because of the large vents although the same vents are one of the reasons why tent stays cool inside. Also, if the front panel is longer, it would provide more shade. You can drape a blanket over top of the tent to solve this issue but don't expect it to be as cool inside.


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