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Snugg iPad 2 Leather Case Cover and Flip Stand with Elastic Hand Strap and Premium Nubuck Fibre Interior (Black)


Snugg iPad 2 Leather Case Cover and Flip Stand with Elastic Hand Strap and Premium Nubuck Fibre Interior (Black)

  • Superior iPad 2 Case by Snugg – Can also combine with the Snugg iPad 2 Car Headrest Mount search ASIN: B0041FP0Z0
  • Automatically wakes and puts the iPad 2 to sleep
  • Elastic hand strap makes it easier to hold and use the iPad 2 – Great for FaceTime
  • Premium nubuck fibre interior + velcro flap to secure iPad 2 tightly in place when in landscape position
  • Camera hole cutout on the back and full access to all iPad 2 ports / connections

The extremely popular Snugg iPad 2 Case is here! A black PU leather premium case which folds in all the right places. Stands up perfectly for FaceTime or watching movies and there is a cut out for the rear camera so that you can use the camera without removing the iPad 2 from the case. Other features of the case include the ability to fold into the perfect typing position. Elastic hand strap for a comfortable, improved hold while walking, exercising, lounging, or using FaceTime. High quality sof

List Price: $ 29.99

Price: $ 29.99

Apple Macbook Air Superdrive – ZML – MC684ZM/A

  • It connects to your MacBook Air with a single USB cable that’s built into the SuperDrive.
  • Play and burn both CDs and DVDs with the MacBook Air SuperDrive.
  • Slips easily into your travel bag when you hit the road and takes up little space on your desk or tray table when you’re working.
  • Dimensions – 5.47 x 5.47 x 0.67 inches; 139 x 139 x 17 mm

Compact and convenient, the MacBook Air SuperDrive connects to your MacBook Air computer or Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server with a single USB cable and fits easily into a travel bag. It lets you install software and play and burn both CDs and DVDs, including double-layer DVDs. Weight – 0.71 pounds; 320 grams .

List Price: $ 89.00

Price: $ 79.00

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6 Responses to “Snugg iPad 2 Leather Case Cover and Flip Stand with Elastic Hand Strap and Premium Nubuck Fibre Interior (Black)”

  1. Kenneth G. Nielsen "Kenneth" says:
    251 of 262 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Perfect Cover/Case for the iPad 2, March 24, 2011
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    Kenneth G. Nielsen “Kenneth” (Portland, OR USA) –
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    This review is from: Snugg iPad 2 Leather Case Cover and Flip Stand with Elastic Hand Strap and Premium Nubuck Fibre Interior (Black) (Electronics)

    Beautifully crafted top quality leather case which fits the functionality of the iPad 2 perfectly. Everything is fully accessible and the iPad is completely protected. This is the top-of-the-line iPad 2 case for business use or the busy student. The iPad 2 is fully functional in every case position and there are no problems with operation in any case position. To me, the Amazon product description is quite modest as this product has more going for it as it is designed perfectly, I’ll just add that I was amazed and happy to see it is exactly what I wanted: An exceptionally crafted leather case for the iPad 2 that doesn’t get in the way of the great iPad 2 features. I easily give full five stars to this excellent product. It also puts the Apple magnetic cover to shame. (PS: If your cover turns off the iPad as the video indicates, just go to settings and turn off the auto-on/off feature.)

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  2. Anna Maria "AnnaMaria" says:
    113 of 115 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great iPad 2 case — especially for the price., May 22, 2011
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    Anna Maria “AnnaMaria” (Alabama, USA) –

    This review is from: Snugg iPad 2 Leather Case Cover and Flip Stand with Elastic Hand Strap and Premium Nubuck Fibre Interior (Black) (Electronics)

    This is a very nice case for the iPad 2. It’s not that easy to find good iPad 2 cases (although it is getting easier as more are coming out). I, too, researched a lot before I decided on this one. And the reviews on Amazon really helped me make up my mind, so I wanted to add my voice to the reviews to help others. To sum up what I will explain in more detail below, this case is nice looking, well made and versatile. It is a cover that you can use for business or pleasure and that can serve many different purposes. It fits the iPad 2 perfectly and provides needed protection for it. There are a few minor things I might change about it in a perfect world, but it is such a great value for all that it does, those are not worth removing a star from this five-star (in my opinion) product. I’ve seen my friends iPad cases (some of which are very pricey), and I think this is as nice as all of them and nicer than almost all of them.

    They have obviously fixed the magnet issue (where your iPad is turned off when the cover is flipped to the back). It does not, however, now magnetically secure the case when it’s flipped back now — only when it is closed. I wish it did magnetically secure when the cover is flipped back, but they probably had to disable that feature to prevent it from placing the iPad 2 in sleep mode like earlier reviewers warned about. It definitely does not have that problem now, as I’ve opened it and put the cover back various ways, and it never went into sleep mode. It works like the iPad 2 cover when it is closed — placing the device in sleep mode. I didn’t want Apple’s iPad 2 cover because it didn’t seem that great to me as it only protected the front and didn’t have a handle. It just seemed overpriced for what it did. I think the fact it put the iPad 2 in and out of sleep mode was appealing to a lot of people. But the Snugg does that, too, and it offers a LOT better protection and is a better value.

    This also serves as a fabulous stand for when you want to watch Netflix or other show apps on it. At first I thought my cover had a crease in it, but then I realized that line was so it can bend (like a triangle) to serve as a flip stand. It has a little leather tab on the back cover, and the cover edge securely fits in the tab so it makes a very secure and good looking stand. Very nice. It also is nice to use to elevate your iPad 2 when you are typing on the screen. Instead of standing it on the narrow bottom so it is sitting up like TV, you place it so that the tab and back cover are on the bottom. That elevates the screen a little for typing. It would also serve as a great stand (sitting up tall or just elevated) if you use Apple’s wireless keyboard. I got the Logitech keyboard for work use, so I don’t normally use my Snugg at the office (as the Logitech and the Snugg don’t work together). I tend to use this at home to protect my Snugg when I’m using it to read books or to surf the web. But I could use it at the office, too, as it is very professional looking.

    It also has a handle on inside cover, so when you fold the cover back, you can place your hand through the elastic handle on the back to hold it securely. This is another nice feature not every cover has. It’s a little awkward to hold because (1) it no longer has the magnetic back clasp to secure it tightly when it is open and (2) it can move a little when you are holding it because for it to fit like a book cover, it has a narrow binder that can move a little as you hold it. But it remains secure while you grasp it with the handle and a lot of cases don’t have that handle, so I like that feature even though I am still figuring out which is the best way for me to hold it. The elastic band that another reviewer mentions another cover having would be a nice addition to this as it does shift when you are holding it with the handle. I think when they first made this, the fact the magnets worked both ways secured it. But since that no longer is the case since that was putting the device in sleep mode, an elastic band would be nice. It’s hard for me to envision how they would do this and keep it as aesthetically pleasing as it is, however, so that is not a reason for me to remove a star.

    This is a good looking case. I like that it is made of leather. It’s black leather with white stitching and is professional looking (as noted above) and not flashy. I’m not a big fan of flashy. I love that it serves as a smart cover, as stated above, putting your iPad 2 in sleep mode and waking it up as you close and open it. I would prefer for the cover not to be embossed with the “Snugg” logo. It would be nicer without that in my opinion. For the price, this is a fabulous value and a nicely made case. I’m glad I got it, and I recommend it to others.

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  3. Ray A Pempengco says:
    87 of 89 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great cover!, April 6, 2011
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    I wanted a full body protection for my iPad2 & the magnetic cover that Apple came out with didn’t look like it provided much protection. I had some reservations about ordering this cover but now I’m sure I made the right purchase. I’ve done some moderate research on all of the up & coming 3rd party covers for the iPad2 & this one seemed to provide the best protection as well as good form & function. The flap cover has magnets & it works as far as turning the iPad2 off & on. The leather is still a bit stiff (since it’s new) so mine doesn’t line up perfectly with the internal magnets in the iPad2. Sometimes I have to give it a small nudge so the magnets align so it will turn off. I didn’t know that the cover had a magnets so this was an extra surprise. I’m not sure if this will loosen up eventually. One thing you should be aware of is that when you completely flip the cover all the way back so that the magnets are on the back side, it actually puts the iPad2 in sleep/off mode. I thought I had a faulty iPad because it turned off when I was reading or surfing the web but it was actually the magnets.

    About the only nick pick I have is that the leather on the top part is not completely flat. When I turn on the camera for Photobooth or FaceTime part of the leather can be partially seen so I have to push it down to get it out of the way. Again, when the leather eventually softens up this may or may not be an issue. If I can add one thing it would be a stylus holder. I do some sketching and handwriting so it would be nice to have a small holder for that.

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  4. Ron Cronovich "Ron" says:
    173 of 180 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Not perfect, costs more than others, but I still like it pretty well, March 29, 2011
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    Ron Cronovich “Ron” (Kenosha, WI) –
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    This review is from: Apple Macbook Air Superdrive – ZML – MC684ZM/A (Electronics)

    At the time I write this, there are two other reviews of the Superdrive and both are negative. I agree with many of their observations, but I respectfully disagree with their overall assessment of the Superdrive.

    Let’s start with build quality. The Superdrive is encased in the same sturdy aluminum that encases your Macbook Air. (This also makes the Superdrive a perfect match, asthetically, for the Air.) The bottom of the Superdrive is black plastic with a thin ring of rubber to prevent the drive from sliding around your desktop. This plastic doesn’t feel cheap or flimsy to me; I can’t imagine it ever being damaged unless the Superdrive is subjected to unusual trauma, like dropping on a hard floor from 5′ up.

    In contrast, most other external DVD burners I’ve used or researched are completely encased in plastic and feel a bit flimsy. The pop-out disc trays that others have are plastic and a bit wobbly.

    The negative reviews correctly point out that the Superdrive’s cord is short, not detachable, and not user-replaceable. So, you must take a bit of extra care as not to damage the cord. I don’t mind the short length, though. My Air sits on a Rain mStand, roughly 6″ off the top of my desk. The cord is long enough to reach the Air’s USB port when the Superdrive is sitting on my desk.

    The negative reviews correctly point out that the Superdrive doesn’t have a dedicated eject button or a light that indicates drive activity. Most other brands have these features.

    However, I do not miss these features. I don’t often need an external optical drive. Since buying my Air about 6 months ago, I’ve only needed the drive a few times – to install MS Office and other software, and to write a DVD of a movie I filmed on my iPhone for a party. Because I don’t need an optical drive very much, I can easily live without these features. Plus, I like the simplicity of the Superdrive. Plug it in and it just works. Easy and simple.

    The negative reviews correctly point out that the Superdrive ONLY works with the Macbook Air, while other external optical drives work with most or all Macbooks and most or all Windows laptops. But how much of a problem is this, really? I would only need to use the Superdrive with another computer if its own built-in optical drive failed. If that happened and I wanted to read a DVD, I’d regret that the Superdrive doesn’t work with that computer. But if I wanted to write a DVD, I could just transfer the files from that computer to the Air using a thumb drive or the cloud, and then use the Air and the Superdrive to write the files to a DVD.

    The negative reviews correctly point out that the Superdrive is more expensive than other drives. But if you can afford a Macbook Air, you can probably afford to spend an extra $20 or $30 for the optical drive you really want. But it’s definitely true that you can find less expensive drives that will work well for you, and Amazon sells some good ones that are affordable.

    Overall, I like the Superdrive pretty well, despite its relatively high price and the couple of features it lacks. It does everything I need, it’s simple and just works, and it looks very good with my Air.

    I do not claim that my opinion is more valid than the negative opinions of other reviewers, and before you spend your hard-earned money I encourage you to consider their reviews carefully. My goal is merely to offer shoppers a different perspective, and to show that not everyone dislikes this drive.

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  5. Anthony Warburton "Customize it, as stock is ... says:
    22 of 28 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    The good, bad, and ugly., July 15, 2011
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    This review is from: Apple Macbook Air Superdrive – ZML – MC684ZM/A (Electronics)

    The Good:
    great drive
    works good
    very compatible

    The Bad:
    without modding it will not work on anything other than macbooks
    non windows compliant

    The Ugly:
    scratches easily
    usb cable doesnt come off

    Over all a good drive if all you have are macbook’s. But if you want a more compatible drive go find a generic usb one.

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  6. Samuel Chell says:
    9 of 11 people found the following review helpful:
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    sick apple, August 8, 2011
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    Samuel Chell (Kenosha,, WI United States) –
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    This review is from: Apple Macbook Air Superdrive – ZML – MC684ZM/A (Electronics)

    I like Apple products and would recommend the Air in a heartbeat. But this external Superdrive is a perpetual headache. It may be stylish, it may be a premium product at a premium price (in other words an Apple drive), but it’s a recipe for frustration and many wasted hours. You’ll soon be on the internet, reading about a large assortment of methods various owners recommend for removing that stuck disc. I’d been so programmed by Apple that it was incomprehensible to me that the drive could be the problem. It had to be the incompetence of the user. Hence, after a week of aggravation I ordered another Superdrive. Same result.

    If you like the adventure of a drive with a slot and nothing else (not even an eject button), go ahead and order this drive as a stylish complement to an Air. You’ll have an “artful piece” along with bragging rights and a perpetual challenge: how to eject the disc after each insertion (assuming you’re able to work up enough courage to insert a disc). I finally picked up a Samsung drive with an eject button and a fully accessible drive mechanism–all at half the price of the (not so super) Superdrive. I carry the latter to make an impression (I certainly wouldn’t sell either of my Superdrives, thereby passing my problem on to someone else), but when I need to use a disc I go to the Samsung.

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