The Flux+Flap iPad case

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Apologies for the animated GIF, but it’s probably the best way to convey what I love most about this iPad case.

The Flux+Flap iPad case is another Kickstarter project which got my attention, and something I’m seriously considering for my iPad 3. At the time of writing, the project has already met and surpassed its $35,000 goal with 34 days to go, so it will be funded on December 26. (The estimated delivery is April 2014.)

I urge you to take a good look at the project’s page and especially at the introductory video, which shows exactly how the Flux+Flap works. The case is made of high-grade thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) and durable polycarbonate, which ensures great durability. In short, here’s what I like about it:

  • It lets you prop the iPad at virtually any angle and, more importantly, makes sure the iPad remains firmly positioned at the angle of your choice, thanks to its PositionPlus™ system of magnets.
  • It doesn’t force you to use your iPad in a horizontal orientation, like a lot of other iPad cases out there. As you can see in the video, you can change orientation on the fly and the Flux+Flap case still does its thing.
  • You can easily remove the flap when you don’t need it, making for a less awkward handling of the iPad when a cover’s flap would only get in your way.
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