Grabbit iPad Grip Case Review
The system is really elegant and works nicely. You just snap in your iPad and you are good to go. It is important however to size the strap properly before putting in the iPad. Grabbit also comes with a separate piece to cover the front of the iPad when you are not using it. While the case won't protect from severe shock, it should be enough to prevent scratches.
The Grabbit works as advertised and is as good as I suspected it would be. While the device feels obvious, there are a lot of little details that go into it that make it work smoothly. It also doesn't feel cheap - which is important as plastic qualities can certainly range. I wanted to use it for a bit before writing about it to ensure it didn't start to wear quickly. One thing you should be aware of is that you'll have to keep track of the top part of the case. As the Grabbit essentially is two parts, it is possible to accidentally lose the top because it isn't actually connected to the iPad. Also, because the Grabbit is for holding the iPad, you'll have to remove the iPad from the Grabbit if you want to put it in a stand for viewing it on a desk or table. Other than that the Grabbit is a pretty serious accessory that will provide a more comfortable iPad usage experience for the majority of iPad users both casual, artistic, and professional.
Available online for purchase, the Grabbit is not cheap. Price for it is 49 euros plus shipping. To get one to the US you'll need to spend an additional 17 euros of shipping. That is close to $100 for the Grabbit. Though I anticipate that some larger distributors will pick up the Grabbit and it will be cheaper pretty soon. Over all a great iPad accessory if you want to spend the money on it.
Learn more about the Grabbit for iPad or get one here.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch reviews site aBlogtoRead.com.
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