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ZUGU CASE – 2017/2015 iPad Pro 12.9 inch (Old Model) 1st & 2nd Gen Case Prodigy X – Very Protective But Thin + Convenient Magnetic Stand + Sleep/Wake Cover for Men & Women (Black) Reviews


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ZUGU CASE - 2017/2015 iPad Pro 12.9 inch (Old Model) 1st & 2nd Gen Case Prodigy X - Very Protective But Thin + Convenient Magnetic Stand + Sleep/Wake Cover for Men & Women (Black)

  • Auto Sleep / Wake & Secure Magnetic Cover
  • Magnetic Kickstand - 10 Secure Viewing Angles
  • 5 FT DROP Protection Rubber & PC Shell
  • Convenient & Protective Elastic Stylus Pocket On Back
  • 1 Year Warranty - Made for 2017 / 2015 iPad Pro 12.9 inch (OLD MODEL)

NEW 2017 VERSION - iPAD PRO 12.9 CASE PRODIGY X

This new Black iPad Pro 12.9 Case Prodigy X is a sleek & luxurious design that provides MAJOR DROP protection while also being thin and very convenient with its adjustable magnetic stand.


MULTIPLE SECURE ANGLES

The magnetic kickstand is adjustable to 10 Secure Angles. You will always have the perfect stable angle for any situation, whether you are on a plane, on the couch or even in bed. This case is made with high quality materials and goes through multiple quality inspections to ensure our high quality standards. We now use similar materials as Mercedes Benz which look amazing. The Magnetic Kickstand is also strong enough to hold your iPad up on the fridge or most other metal surfaces.

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What customers say about ZUGU CASE – 2017/2015 iPad Pro 12.9 inch (Old Model) 1st & 2nd Gen Case Prodigy X – Very Protective But Thin + Convenient Magnetic Stand + Sleep/Wake Cover for Men & Women (Black) Reviews?

  1. 192 of 193 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Worth the high price tags, trust me – I’m a cheapskate., April 19, 2018
    By 
    Poppy Seaberry (AZ, USA)

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    $70 for a case that isn’t waterproof, shock-proof? No keyboard even? I scrolled right past this case several times, because why would I pay that much when I can get a simple case for $10 or even a beetle defender type case for $25?? It seemed stupid. Magnets? Gimmick. High-quality materials? Everyone says that. 10 viewing angles? I really only need two. This case is clearly made for someone who believes more expensive is automatically better. No thanks.

    Except. The first time I saw this case and read the description, it did sound cool. Not $70 cool, but ok, the premise was interesting. By its description it solved my two biggest issues (durability and portability). But it was too expensive for a frugal person, so I bought a more reasonably priced case instead. And then when that case was too flimsy to stay upright and hold up my 12.9” iPad, I got a bulkier, reasonably priced case. And then when that was just too big and heavy to conveniently carry around, I went back to the floppy case. Then I remembered why I ditched it and I looked for a slim, rugged case. This one came up again. But $70???? No. So I got a slightly bulkier folio case, and, surprise, it didn’t perform any better. Then I got yet ANOTHER case, on the recommendation of a friend who clearly did not understand my problem very well. Four cases and no cigar, just recurring disappointment……

    Then I added up what I paid for all of those cases and I realized that I spent more trying to avoid this case than it actually costs. At this point, I’ve clearly demonstrated that I’m not going to give up my dream of the perfect blend of durability and portability, so what the heck? I bought the stupid thing already.

    Here’s the deal: you get what you pay for. Yeah, sometimes you’re paying for a name, but ZUGU isn’t exactly Prada. I get no style points when I plop my iPad down on the Starbucks table. In this case, what you’re paying for is quality.

    They obviously thought through all the problems that iPad cases have and designed this one to resolve them. It’s well-made in general: ports align properly, stitching is even and looks good, no threads or plastic bits sticking out anywhere, all the parts sit where they should sit and look nice in their place. The flexible rubber edges make it easy to put the iPad in but they’re tight enough not to pop off when you don’t want. The magnets are impressive; strong enough to hold a 12.9” iPad Pro on my fridge for an hour but not so powerful that it’s hard to change the viewing angle. Also it turns out that 10 angles is more useful than I thought; typing, drawing, watching movies in a chair, and watching movies in bed apparently all have different ideal angles (who knew?). It is as slim and light as it can possibly be while being very protective. Some people don’t like the pencil holder, but I quite like it. The softer fabric allows me to store my pencil magnet end down, to avoid losing the cap, while the tip is covered in a cheap rubber cover I got that is snug enough to stay put in transit. The pencil slot is slightly recessed, just enough that the pencil doesn’t move around in the fabric pouch. It’s much easier to get the pencil in and out vs a typical elastic holder.

    Probably the only two things that I don’t like are 1) the fact that the flap which touches my iPad screen while closed also touches the surface the iPad rests on when open. I would prefer that the fabric not make contact with every surface I work on. I do like that it folds backward instead of forward, but I wish there were an easy solution that doesn’t involve setting up a napkin barricade in public spaces. And 2) I don’t like the absence of a keyboard. That’s not a design flaw, it’s just the only problem this case doesn’t solve for me. However, I do have the Arteck Ultra Slim Bluetooth keyboard ($20 on Amazon, can’t say enough good things about it) and thanks to the magnets, the back of the keyboard sticks to the back of this iPad *almost* as if it were made for it. The keys are unprotected, but honestly, as thin and light as this case and the keyboard are combined, I can’t complain. I keep it in a separate compartment of my bag and it’s all good.

    Basically, what I’m saying is, be smarter than me. Don’t buy a bunch of different cheap cases, settling for one solution at a time. Think about all the things you want your case to do for you, and then buy the one that does most (or all) the things you want it to. Probably that means paying more in the short run, but if you’re reading reviews on this case, there’s a good chance you understand the value of paying good money for good quality. This is one of those times.

    UPDATE: Just coming back to say I still love the case. I’ve found new ways to love it as time goes on. I’ve had it almost two months, which, with daily use, is generally about how long it takes to show evidence of wear. Not much, but usually a little. This case…

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  2. 90 of 90 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Cadillac of all iPad cases. Extremely high-quality case!, January 12, 2018
    By 
    Daniel J

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    This review is from: ZUGU CASE – 2017/2015 iPad Pro 12.9 inch (Old Model) 1st & 2nd Gen Case Prodigy X – Very Protective But Thin + Convenient Magnetic Stand + Sleep/Wake Cover for Men & Women (Black) (Personal Computers)
    Hello everyone! I typically Skip reviews, but this case is freaking amazing! I have had an iPad since day 1 and always went with the $15–20 dollar case. Just your standard case, were the flap comes out in front and that is basically all I have ever known with cases. Then I purchased the 12.9 iPad Pro, and all of the sudden, I became extremely worried about protecting my larger iPad. While searching, I came across this case multiple times and skipped over it, because it looked different from other cases. I ended up purchasing and It is hands down, far and way, the best iPad case I have ever owned. Having the flap go behind the screen is much better and the magnets lock it into one of 10 positions!! It’s fantastic when sitting on your lap or when you need it straight up, for working out or watching tv on your kitchen counter.

    Quality- I am not a fan of screen Protection. This case has your iPad sit deep within the case, to protect it from drops. I would say the iPad sits close to 1/4 inch into the case, giving plenty of protection from drops. In my opinion, with this case, you do not need screen protection. I absolutely freaking love this damn case! Just get the case and if you don’t like it, you can simply return it. That was my thought process on this expensive case, but trust me you will keep it.

  3. 54 of 54 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    honest happy customer review, March 25, 2018
    By 
    nawaf

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    i’m an artist and i have to put the ipad in the right position or i will injure my wrist or my neck, this case save me ;) the stand is strong enough to keep it from sliding while i’m drawing , i’m very happy with this purchase .




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