Snugg iPad Case Review

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The Snugg iPad Case

The Package

The Snugg iPad case arrives in a cellophane bag with “Snugg” patterned across the bag surrounded by a cardboard band.  Due to the transparent bag being used as packaging, this allows the Snugg to be on full display which lets you see almost every single feature of the Snugg. The front of the cardboard band shows the company name, the iPad and a short description of the Snugg.

Snugg iPad Case Review

If we turn the package over, the back of the cardboard band features a few images of the Snugg in action. The three main features that are pictured are that it protects, lays back and stands up.

Snugg iPad Case Review

Contents

  • Snugg iPad Case

The Snugg iPad Case

If we take a look at the Snugg iPad case itself, we can see immediately that is black in colour and also looks quite similar to Apple’s iPad case. The difference between Apple’s case and the Snugg though, is that the Snugg actually does what a case is supposed to do, protect! It helps protect your iPad due to the thick leather (as far as I can tell) casing; this provides the perfect home for your iPad. Also, the Snugg looks very smart and professional and features the word “Snugg” on the bottom right corner of the case.

Snugg iPad Case Review

If we open up the Snugg, you’ll notice that there are magnets on the right side of the case, top and bottom, which attract to a thin piece of metal located in the cover. These magnets help to secure the Snugg case, making sure that the case doesn’t randomly open if you’re carrying it in your bag whilst out and about.

Snugg iPad Case Review

The Snugg also features the required holes for all of the various connections/sensors that are on the iPad, including the charging/dock port, headphone socket, power button, volume/mute controls, speakers and light sensors.

Snugg iPad Case Review
Snugg iPad Case Review
Snugg iPad Case Review

There are a variety of ways that you can use the Snugg.

  1. You can use it just as a case, flipping the cover over onto the back when you want to use your iPad.
  2. If you’re going to be typing a lot, e.g. replying to emails, posting blog updates, then you’ll need a comfortable position to type for a pro-longed period of time. This is where you can test what you saw in the “Lays Back” picture on the cardboard band.
  3. Or if you feel like watching a movie or TV show, then perhaps the standing up position would be more suitable to provide a better viewing angle.

Snugg iPad Case Review
Snugg iPad Case Review
Snugg iPad Case Review

For options 2 and 3, the front cover of the case slots into the clip on the back, this secures the cover in places to allow the different viewing angles.

Snugg iPad Case Review