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Review: Harber London Leather Messenger Bag for iPad

It wouldn’t take anyone looking around this site long to figure out that I have a thing for leather accessories. Cases, sleeves, bags, and pretty much anything else- I’ve reviewed them all over the years and continue to use many of them today. There’s just something about the look and feel of a well-made leather accessory that really appeals to me, much the same as fine woodworking.

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Review: Harber London Magnetic Envelope Sleeve for iPad Pro

Harber London Magnetic Envelop Sleeve

I reviewed Harber London’s Carry-All iPad Folio in the large size back in July and came away impressed with the quality of both the design and materials. The only issue I had with it was that the large version dwarfed my 12.9″ iPad Pro and Magic Keyboard. In fact, it was so big that my 15.6″ Lenovo Yoga C940 fit in it just fine.

I went ahead and reviewed it as an iPad Pro case, despite the massive size. However, I talked to a rep at Harber London about getting the medium version, which would be a much closer fit for my iPad Pro. They were sold out at the time, but asked if I would be interested in taking a look at a new product that is also compatible with the Magic Keyboard. In the end, I’m very pleased that I agreed.

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Harber London iPad Carry-All Folio

Review: Harber London Carry-All iPad Folio

Harber London iPad Carry-All Folio

I’ve always been a sucker for quality leather cases and bags. I’ve owned and reviewed several over the years from high-quality brands like Vaja, Piel Frama, Pad and Quill and Twelve South. However, I never get tired of discovering new brands and products that I’ve never had the pleasure of trying out. I had just such an opportunity recently when a representative from Harber London reached out to see if I would be interested in reviewing one of their leather iPad cases.

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