Waterfield Announces a Couple More iPad Cases

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Waterfiled iPad smartcase

I posted about a month ago on Waterfield’s first iPad case announcements, as their initial two looked quite good to me.

Now Waterfield have announced another couple cases for the iPad, and they’re also looking quite sharp – especially the Smart Case shown above.

Here’s part of Waterfield’s description for the Smart Case:

The design looks simple, but the intent is hard-core protection without the bulk. Multi-layered padding includes a high-impact, rigid insert and an Ultrasuede® scratch-free liner. At under-an-inch thin, this case sports luxurious padding to keep your iPad snug and secure, yet quickly accessible. No visible stitching keeps the case looking sleek and smooth. All Smart Cases come with a low-profile pocket that can hold your sync/charging cable and power adapter.

It goes for $59 and is available for pre-order now (expected to ship within one to three weeks of the iPad ship date).

The second new case Waterfield has announced is the iPad Slip Case:

Waterfield iPad Slip Case

This one is described as follows:

Just slip your iPad into the thin, protective Slip Case. Light internal padding with impact-resistant plastic keeps your toy safe and sound. The water-proof outer material helps add protection against spills and other accidental mishaps. Slide your iPad in and use the handy tab at the bottom to help you ease it back out when you need it. A choice of six vibrant colors makes your case easy to find amidst the detritus of your bag contents. Sleek, simple, protection. We’ve got you covered.

It’s a much simpler style case and goes for $29.  It’s also available for pre-order with the same shipping expectations as the Smart Case.

I think both of these look quite nice – as do all the Waterfield iPad cases announced so far.  I think the Smart Case is now my favorite though.  Hope I may be able to get hold of one to review.

You can take a look at all the Waterfield iPad cases, and get your pre-orders going, here:


Spotted these via a Gear Diary post from Dan Cohen.

Patrick Jordan

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