|Screen Size||9.7 inches|
DODO case for iPad 2, 3 and 4 - Sky Blue interior (IP311208)
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Case ConstructionMade from black Moroccan cloth and constructed using traditional book binding techniques in San Francisco, the cover of the DODOcase for iPad 2, 3 or 4 is designed to fold back to be used as a stand. An elastic strap keeps your iPad 2, 3 or 4 protected while on the go. Offering a new solid core bamboo, complete with a four-piece tray design, the DODOcase perfectly matches the curvature of your iPad 2, 3 or 4 while providing access to all buttons, ports and camera. Style and FunctionThe DODOcase for iPad 2, 3 or 4 is designed with angles appropriate for both typing and video functionality. Borrowing from the familiarity of a book, the DODOcase Classic offers functionality, style, and sophistication to your new iPad 2, 3 or 4. DODOcase will keep your iPad 2, 3 or 4 protected and you looking sharp.
Top Customer Reviews
Poor, poor design and support resolution is non-existent. Too bad Dodocase you just lost a repeat customer!
After looking into the plethora of cases out in the market for the iPad 2, I finally decided on the dodocase. I've had the case for several weeks and have gotten a lot of compliments on it from classmates. I've been pleased with the product but now am beginning to question its effectiveness, reliability and it's integrity.
I have recently began to notice small tiny tears of the red cover on the spine when the case is flipped. This could be due to the stretching of the fibers but you'd think this wouldn't, occur since its the primary method of using it to type with.
Secondly, I've notice that my pad no longer sits snug into the bamboo encase ment. The bumpers provided do not have a substantial life span; they tend to sink into the groove on the bamboo causing the iPad to lose contact with them allowing the pad to easily fall out without hesitation. Pretty much, in other words, it loses it's grip on the iPad.
While these are minute details, these are details that make me reconsider if the cost of $60 is really worth the quality of the product. With having this product for only several weeks and to not see it holdup to the potential the dodocase website states, I questions whether I soon will be in search once again for a more reliable case that will hold my pad in place while adding the much needed protection we require for such a delicate product.
Lowered rating from 4 stars to 2.
Since I first purchased my case about 5 months ago, I have had two replacements; I'm now on my third. The reason? The bamboo encase ment is poor quality. On both of my cases, the bamboo has split. After e-mailing customer service, their response was something to the effect of them being fragile. If you keep it in a book bag or something of some sort, these things will happen is What they said.They've been very good at replacing it, although, before replacing it the second time, they suggested using glue to fix the issue. I mean that is a fix, but a cheap fix at the cost of a $60 product. All in all the case is beautiful and unique. Unless someone starts to market a protection case for your dodo, don't expect this thing to last.
In the meantime, Im on the search for a new case.
So if you are looking for a multifunctional case, with lots of features, look elsewhere; the Dodocase is not meant for this. But if you want style, comfort, lightweight and a different look & feel, Dodocase is the must-have alternative.