Free Cases Daily: Week #1 - Piel Frama, Tuff-Luv, Portenzo, Gumdrop Cases & more
Welcome to this week’s (Oct 1-8) listing of the prizes we’ll be giving out in the Free Cases Daily promotion running in the Tablet2Cases Facebook app.
Please feel free to browse the following 7 selections of tablet cases to be awarded this week. Users of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Amazon Kindle Fire, iPads and other tablets are certain to find something they like. Most importantly it’s all free! Check out the selections directly below. Following this are the super-easy rules for entry and your chance to win a brand new tablet case this week!
Quality leather exterior notwithstanding, the Folio Case from Sherpa tablet cases is most noteworthy for its ingenious and sturdy stand based on a felt pad and Velcro. This simple but useful feature truly allows for multiple viewing angles – making it a must-have for the video-first tablet user. The light weight and trim, simple look are also pluses.
The Leather Folio from Piel Frama tablet cases is typically described with words like “luxurious” and “sophisticated” – and with good justification. The genuine leather exterior makes for a soft grip, only accentuating the top-ranked overall quality and design of this case. Among the very best tablet cases for the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
For those who adore their Amazon Kindle devices, what could be better than an Embrace? The Embrace book case from Tuff-Luv tablet cases designed for Kindle Fire and Keyboard models is a handy, slim book-style table case with a convenient hand strap. Elastic bands and micro-suede interiors protect that treasured Kindle well when on the go – they’re not called “Tuff-Luv” for nothing...
A great conversation piece that provides solid protection, the Wingtip book case from Portenzo tablet cases is all the more clever for the traditional bookbinding methods used in production. The wood frame (no, really!) defends the iPad against everyday damage notably well while still keeping the case lightweight. In addition, features such as stand and stylus compartment may be added by customization.
The Universal iPad Envelope Case is yet another quality product from Wardmaster tablet cases, well known as a supplier of seriously nice tablet accessories. By sticking to the basics, Wardmaster’s Universal is a sleek package of fundamentals done correct – a worthy representative of a great product line.
If white ever becomes the dominant color for tablet cases, we’ll be able to trace it back to the Kai folio from Cooper tablet cases. The look of this faux-leather case is truly stunning and luckily is a snap to clean. The embedded keyboard is sturdy and reliable, running on its own lithium battery for up to 90 minutes of continuous use. A great choice for those who get the urge to write in any old place.
That’s right – Gumdrop Cases calls this one the “Military Edition.” What do they mean by that? Simple: four layers of shock and impact protection for maximum defense. Beyond this tough and rugged foundation, there’s also a replaceable integrated screen protector and rubber inserts to seal up ports when not in use. How often you’ll be toting your tablet into a war zone is one question, but the Gumdrop Drop Tech Series cases will certainly hold up to anything else.
Now that you’ve chosen a case to covet, follow these directions to enter and win in the Free Cases Daily by Tablet2Cases.com giveaway.
Duration: October 1 06:00AM EST – October 8 05:59AM EST
For visitors in Europe, its October 1 12:00PM CET - October 8 11:59AM CET
Registration (FREE): Visit Tablet2Cases Facebook page. Install the Free Cases Daily app.
Prize Selection: Choose your favorite case from among the 7 displayed prizes.
How to Win: Invite friends to “like” the Tablet2Cases Facebook page by using the “Invite Friends” tab at the top of the Free Cases Daily page.
Live Rankings: Each participant’s progress within the current week may be tracked by way of the “Live Ranking” table found under that labeled tab.
Winner: The Facebook user with the most “likes” for each particular tablet case wins.
And that’s all there is to it. Good luck to everyone from Tablet2Cases, and may you win your own best case scenario!