SNUGG IPAD MINI CASE
I WAS lucky enough to get an iPad mini for Christmas and ever since have been worried about taking it out and about, worried I might drop it.
At the time, I bought an Apple Smartcover, which clips onto the side and rests on top of the iPad screen.
However, I didn’t think that this offered enough protection and I wanted a strong and durable case.
After looking for sometime, a colleague recommended that I take a look at a Snugg case as she had got one for her iPad and said it would be perfect.
So I got my hands on a Snugg iPad mini leather case cover which comes with a flip stand.
It was in black and normally retails for around £24.99.
The design of the Snugg case was perfect as all I had to do was slip my iPad into the frame and secure it with a flap.
This meant that it would not move and there was not threat of slipping.
The leather is durable and would make sure that the device would survive a sizeable drop.
All in all, the case was perfect for my needs and I could not have designed it any better myself.
The sleek design does not mean that protection is compromised and the case is a snip at the price.
If you own an iPad Mini, my advice would be to snap one of these cases up doubly quick.
SNUGG IPhone 5 CasePriced £14.99, www.thesnugg.co.uk
AFTER asking the kind people at Snugg for an Apple iPad Mini case, I pushed my luck and asked if they had anything for my new iPhone 5.
In the post came a black ‘squared skinny fit’ case that you easily fit around the sleek phone.
The case is rubber based and protects the back and side of the phone but not the screen.
It does add a bit of bulk to the phone but this is an obvious need in order to protect the device.
My one qualm with the case is that near the bottom, next to the iPhone button, after a while, the rubber can become a bit stretched.
However, apart from this, the case is a nice design and does what it says on the tin to perfection.