iPad Mini / Retina
Origami Jacket for iPad mini
Use your iPad mini hands-free with a lightweight case/stand inspired by the beautiful Japanese art of paper folding.
*Keyboard not included
- Origami Jacket for iPad mini
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Features & Specs
7.75" x 5.5" x 0.5"
iPad mini / mini 2 / mini 3
Outer: 100%, Inner: 100% Polycarbonate
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5 ReviewsWrite a Review
5 of 7 people found this review helpful
Loved it until it brokeThe fit and functionality of this case are perfect, but one of the corner clips that holds the iPad in cracked on just the second instance of putting the case on.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
IncaseThe folding part doesn't always stay in the groves. I suspect it will with more use.
Origami CaseI have an older version of the Origami case. I've had it since the iPad2 was released. I use it daily, I cannot imagine giving it anything but a 5 Star review. It is a perfect example of utility and style. While my original iPad has gone to the scrapheap, I continue to use the Origami with whichever Apple device I happen to be using. Kudos!
Great Design - Terrible DurabilityThis case is by far the sleekest, most useful and generally best designed solutions for the iPad mini, but additional reports that the corners of the case portion are brittle are all valid. I've had to superglue ALL 4 CORNERS back on MULTIPLE TIMES because they simply break off. I want to buy another one of these but until they update their build with a stronger material I won't be giving this more than 2 stars. Really a shame because like I said the design is really impeccable.
Great design, well madeThis is one of the nicest iPad cases I have seen or used. The plastic case is sturdy and sleek. The cover protects the screen, and properly engages the magnets for closure. The origami stand feature takes some breaking in to properly hold, but it's not a big deal. Highly recommended!