DODOCase lets new iPad cases fly

DODOCase lets new iPad cases fly

DODOCase has just announced three new cases for the new iPad. Famous for the old world craftsmanship and charm they bring to the newest of the new gadgets, DODOCase is not only releasing their signature, classic case for the new iPad, but two completely new cases lines as well.

  • DODOcase Classic with red, green, charcoal, or sky blue lining at $59.95.
  • DODOcase Essentials in granite, meadow, Tahoe, or sand at $69.95.
  • DODOcase Spring / Summer 2012 in two tone granite/poppy, meadow/lake, Tahoe/sunrise, and sand/earth for $79.95.

They've also ramped up their personalization options, so you can make your DODOCase uniquely your own, or make it special for that special someone, in either black or gold foil stamp, in three locations including the spine.

“The new iPad gives us another opportunity to continue our support and preservation of bookbinding, while allowing us to introduce an entirely new facet of our business with advanced personalization options and our Spring / Summer collections” said Patrick Buckley, co founder and Chief DODO of DODOcase. “Two years after launching DODOcase, we have built a full bookbinding operation and woodshop in San Francisco. As always, we are proud to offer crafted artisanal products that help connect tradition and technology for our customers.”

DODCase's iPad 2 case won [iMore's 2011 Readers Choice Award](2011 iMore Readers Choice Awards), so needless to say, we can't wait to get our hands on the 2012 models.

Source: DODOCase

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DODOCase lets new iPad cases fly


I watched a couple of reviews on youtube where the iPad would fall out when the case was held upright? Has this issue been fixed? I want to really like this case.

After reading several reviews, the initial cases did allow the iPad to fall out but they moved to a much stronger 3M glue to hold the bumpers in place and that issue has been fixed for a while now. I've already ordered mine... several friends own them and they swear by them.

Loved the idea this company started with..but after going through..FOUR of these, can't say they are worth it. They weren't abused either, just usual work/fun use..the bamboo failed first every time. I HIGHLY recommend getting a Fieldfolio..similar look, has magnetic cover and no bamboo. Device is held super-securely with a recycled plastic/rubbery-resin. Awesome.

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Hello. I read your review. Nice! I would like to suggest Portenzo as a higher quality case company. They have a similar product with raving reviews and a gazillion custom options. I almost went with Dodo, But I'm glad I chose Portenzo overall for quality and design.