Contest: One Free Pad & Quill Graduate Edition Case for iPad 2 and iPad 3 To Be Won

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Graduate Edition Case for iPad 3

One Free Pad & Quill Graduate Edition Case for iPad 2 and iPad 3 To Be Won

Contest Deadline: Sunday December 2:00PM US Central

It’s about time for another giveaway contest here, and today I’ve got a lovely case for the iPad 2 and iPad 3 from Pad & Quill to offer up. Pad & Quill cases are handmade right here in the USA and they’re always handsome and elegantly bound. Here’s the elevator pitch for this case at the P&Q site:

A beautiful two-tone bindery cloth covered handmade case that includes camera access and magnetic on/off feature

I did a review of the Pad & Quill Graduate Edition Case for iPad 3 back in July – check that out for more details on the case and for help on your contest entry. This is actually my own lightly used case that is up for grabs in this contest.

Hit the break to see how easy it is to enter for a chance to win …

How To Win

– Just add a comment to this post and you’re in with a chance to win.

– For an extra entry and a better chance of winning, take a look at the review mentioned above and tell us what you like best about the case.

That’s it.  On Sunday we’ll draw one lucky winner and get the case shipped off to them soon afterwards.


I really don’t want to limit this to just US winners, so I won’t.  I’ll ship the case anywhere that is covered by either of these shipping methods:

US Priority Mail – should ship in approx. 2-3 days

International Priority Air Mail – should ship in approx. 7-12 days, and is not trackable en route

Good luck to all!

Patrick Jordan

Founder and Editor in Chief of iPad Insight. Husband, father to a lovely daughter, Commander of the Armies of the North, dog lover (especially Labs), Austinite, former Londoner, IT consultant, huge sports nut, iPad and mobile tech blogger, mobile apps junkie.

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146 thoughts on “Contest: One Free Pad & Quill Graduate Edition Case for iPad 2 and iPad 3 To Be Won”

  1. This case is both stylish and practical. It appears to offer excellent protection while at the same time giving the tablet a more executive look, both of which I could certainly utilize in my line of work.

  2. I’ve been looking for a new case for my iPad 2 and this one got my attention mainly because of the book bindery cloth, and having a working magnetic On/Off is certainly a plus since my actual case doesn’t have it.

  3. Just read the review. The best feature?

    Hand Made in the Twin Cities, Minnesota

    You mentioned that the power button is recessed a little too deeply but that might not be such a negative. I rarely have a need to power cycle my iPad.

    It’s a bummer that the flip cover doesn’t provide much of a stand though.

  4. We are implementing the iPads to all students and staff in my school. The best feature about this case is that would be able to protect my iPad from destruction. [and it looks very nice too!] Thanks for the opportunity to ‘win’ this one.

  5. My cousin recently got the Graduate case, and while I love the fabric cover, enhanced wooden frame, and ribbon-style bookmark, I would say my absolute favorite characteristic of the case is its understated simplicity. I have an original DODOcase for my iPad 1, which I also like, but something about the P&Q Graduate speaks an elegance that is simply not there in my DODO.

  6. I like that they didn’t “skimp” in making it look/feel like a real book. Very elegantly designed.

  7. I saw your review when you first posted it. I was impressed at the durability this case would offer while still maintaining accessibility and functionality. Thanks!

  8. I have been writing in Moleskine books since my freshman year in architecture school. Once I fill one I go on to another to continue my thoughts. I have an entire bookshelf filled with just these little black bound books. Recreating that experience found in those books with the iPad is a welcoming and warming interaction that blends technology with the classic forms of expression that Hemminway, van Gogh, and many others were accustomed to.

  9. Lovely case…I’ve seen some really hideous ones…but this is lovely.
    Sure would like to win it and the iPad!

  10. I’ve always loved a good moleskine notebook… and this case encompasses all that elegance, into a very pleasing and functional package. I’ve been infatuated with these cases ever since I knew of their existance, and I’ve even drafted plans to DIY one myself…. needless to say, I’ll never match the precision build of these, so it would definitely be great to win one.

  11. Thanks iPad Insight and Pad @ Quill for the opportunity. This will be a great early graduation gift for myself or friend. Since we can’t afford to purchase one ourselves with having to pay for class and books. Thanks!

  12. What I like about the case is The ‘sound channel’ seems to add a little boost to the sound output while in the case. That is great!

  13. Great review BTW. I love the leather book feel of this case. To me that’s the beauty of these cases, they contrast the colder look of glass and metal with leather and wood. Truly the best of both worlds.

  14. Absolutely love the abilities of the iPad for my grandchildren and the beautiful clean lines of the quill iPad case. Both are simply perfection!

  15. Work in a library so this would fit right in: so design is best feature. Great that it is a USA product!

  16. This would look great on my iPad …in fact, it would be very hard to keep it there, and not have it ‘migrate’ to my Principal’s iPad at the school where I work :-)

  17. I am a case fanatic. One of the best features of this case and something I look for is the magnetic “sleep” mechanism. It is critical!

  18. I’ve been wanting one of these forever; the binding is so elegant and is the perfect marriage of tradition binding and modern design.

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