The folks at Cooper Cases are apparently quite proud of this tablet folio case: After all, it’s described as both “Infinite” and “Universal” in its lofty name. And in a few aspects, Cooper’s pride may be justified. Unfortunately, too many generic features (including the look) detract from the overall product.
Cooper Zebra Universal iPad Bag with Shoulder Strap
Fun Fact #1: Zebras travel in large herds to blend together and avoid being individually targeted for attack. Fun Fact #2: You will probably stand out from the crowd while toting the Cooper Zebra tablet bag, but your iPad or 10" tablet will remain adequately protected in case of attack from certain elements.
- Very lightweight and trim design
- Zippered pocket for additional storage
- Scratch-resistant, waterproof material
- Loose threads and some poor stitching
- No brand label for quality reassurance
- Troublesome cover flap
Users of the Cooper Zebra tablet bag have two options to carry, grasping the handle or attaching the adjustable shoulder strap for more confident portability. Wearing over the shoulder, it is only natural that the sleeve will bump against your body while walking. But the soft cotton interior padding will allow your device to sustain the continuous impacts. In addition, its diver suit-like polyurethane material is scratch and water-resistant. If its design did not give it away, then the heart-shaped pendant on the pocket zipper should certainly tell you that this accessory is ideally styled as a tablet case for ladies.
- Designed for iPad / iPad 2
- Handles and detachable shoulder strap
- Eye catching b&w zebra pattern
- Soft, weatherproof, shock absorbing material
The cover flap design does not make it easy to insert/remove the device, but the zippered pocket is a nice addition to improve upon the single purpose function of allowing you to transport your device more easily.
Can protect against bumps, dirt, scratches, and water. Still, you should be mindful not to let down your guard when failing to yield to the red light at “zebra crossings”.
Noticeable loose threads and some poor stitching leads us to believe that this case may not be as long lasting as its flexible, rubber-like material suggests.
While I do question its quality and durability, it only costs $17.95!
Although the Cooper Zebra tablet bag may not allow your tablet to show off all its stripes, this is still a very affordable, stylish and convenient carrying solution for the ladies (or anyone who adores zebras).