Seemingly, Cooper has created the Elementary case to meet the practical demands of Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 owners. This rudimentary folio case design provides everyday function and protection all in one sturdily-built, low-cost package.
Cooper Flipper Kindle Touch Flip Case
If genuine leather cases are too rich for your wallet, then choose the Cooper Flipper, which projects similar aesthetic for a much lower price. In line with your wallet in more ways than one, this flip tablet case keeps your Kindle Touch compact and lightweight allowing it to be conveniently carried in an interior or exterior coat pocket.
- Access to all buttons and ports
- Magnetically sealed cover
- Stand for multiple vertical angled support
- Made with synthetic materials
- No brand name for quality reassurance
- Stand does not offer horizontal support
The Cooper Flipper has an strong, straight-off the manufacturing line smell, but the design is all about concentrating on more important senses, like remaining in touch with your Kindle and projecting the look of a nice professional aesthetic. Its polyurethane design includes cover magnets and an inner-frame, all combining to keep your device secure during transport and sufficiently protect against the most common everyday harms. Whether in your hand, in a jacket pocket, or inside a briefcase, this magnetic flip case is not only about providing easy device portability, but rather it also functions as a tablet stand with three rails on the inside of the cover to provide stable support for vertical-format work/viewing modes.
- Professional look
- Collapsible stand for reading
- All ports accessible
- Magnetic cover
Once fitted in the frame, I could easily reach the Kindle Touch’s buttons and port. For use only on a level surface, the media stand feature will stably support the device for browsing and viewing purposes.
The exterior material was unaffected by my liquid spill tests, and as a whole, the Cooper Flipper can be relied on to protect the Kindle Touch against everyday wear and tear.
While it does smells like polyurethane material, the look is genuine black grained leather. The overall form is well stitched for extended usability.
Some better quality cases are available for a comparable price, but the Cooper Flipper still has some redeeming value at only $18.95.
With a streamlined design that gets down the basic business of offering the Kindle Touch function and protection, I view the Cooper Flipper to be a decent choice for any business professional who seeks sufficient reward for their low investment risk.