Snugg Galaxy Tab Case Cover review
You’ve spent a couple hundred bucks on your Samsung Galaxy Tab and now you’re afraid you might scratch it or drop it. What to do? Spend $30 and protect that thing with style – put it in a Snugg Case Cover.
We’ve spent some time with both the 8.9-inch and 10.1-inch version of the Snugg Galaxy Tab 10 1 Case Cover and Flip Stand and find they’re a great, practical fit. Not only are you protecting your investment, but you’re also adding some practicality to it at the same time. Thanks to a couple of well placed folds, the Case Cover doubles as an impromptu stand. Want to watch movies or spend some time hands free? Bingo.
We appreciate that the cases are designed specifically for each model and have cutouts in all the right spots. This ensures that neither your camera nor speakers are obscured. A few magnets inside the case make it so that the case stays closed when it needs to, but are not overly strong. Flip it open and fold back the cover flush and you’ll have a nice elastic band for your hand. Ideal for those times when you need a solid grip without covering the screen, this is also a nice way to shift the weight of the tablet.
After a few weeks of toting our tablets around we found the Snugg cases to be just as strong as ever. We could be kinder to our tablet from time to time however the stitching has yet to fray. We’ve thrown these in a backpack and set them up on desks quite a bit these last few days and see no signs of wear or tear.
You can pick up a Snugg case from the manufacturer where they also have a number of other tablet related accessories. Like most items we review here, you’ll also find them on Amazon where the ($29.99) price is identical. If you don’t have a Galaxy Tab 8.9 or Galaxy Tab 10.1 then perhaps you’ll find something else among the dozens of products.
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