Kavaj may not be a well-known maker of iPhone and iPad accessories although their attendance during CES 2013 has accumulated plenty of attention. For a great price with quality leather, the company behind this has made some great additions to accompany your beloved Apple products.
Talking about their latest Kavaj iPhone 5 case we get the impression that those over on Techno Buffalo feel their own leather case has been in constant use since they acquired a review sample, and have nothing but great things to say about it. To start they love the snug fit this gives their phone along with the useful magnetic function that allows them to keep their screen covered while it is in the pocket or in transit.
With holes provided for the camera, speakers and lightning port, they question why the leather also covers the volume up/down and power buttons, even though control of the phone is still maintained without issue. There are two slots on the back for things like credit cards and business cards or even paper money, in their initial experience of the case itself, it took about a day to loosen up and mould perfectly to the phone.
To start off, the flap covering the screen did not completely cover and stretch across the display, but after a day or two this problem was gone. While they go over the iPhone 5 case with a fine toothcomb, there are some things they feel are worth mentioning, like the seam starting to come off the cover flap after only a few weeks and this gives them cause to question the overall quality and how long it would take to deteriorate.
With a retail price of $34.90 from Amazon, they regard the iPhone 5 Kavaj case as on par with several plastic cases they have experienced, although this is viewed as a classier looking case.
According to some owners, this case tends to cover up the iPhone’s design too much and some use it as a bumper, although the design of the phone and the leather case are hard to show off at the same time. Have you been looking for a leather iPhone 5 case?
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