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Hard Candy Bubble Sleeve

On odd one, this. This zippered case isn't the customary flimsy affair, so it provides a greater level of iPad protection than most sleeves. However, it's quite a bit bigger than the tablet, which sits again four rubbery corners that attach to the sleeve by velcro. Out of the box, these aren't positioned to hold an iPad and don't hold it tightly when they have been. It feels like a netbook case that's been adapted for the Apple, for which it's mostly unsuited.

Hard Candy Bubble Sleeve

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Price RRP: £45 Online: £24
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Jivo Snuggli

A stylish - it's available in blue or red - yet simple neoprene slipcase with a fleecy interior that, as the name suggests, will keep your iPad snug. A nice touch: the top end folds down tightly over the tablet.

Jivo Snuggli

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Price RRP: £20 Online: £16
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