Finally a clear case

by Volker Weber

Belkin Vue Clear Case
Photo: vowe

This is the TPU case I have been waiting for. It's basically the same Belkin Grip Vue case I have used for almost three weeks nows, only clear instead of grey. The iPad now looks more like an iPad, with a few millimeters of solid protection around it. Although I have been waiting for this one, I am a little bit undecided on which one I should recommend. I found out that the clear cases turn a little bit greenish over time, while the grey ones should not exhibit much of a color change. Technically they are both excellent.

Belkin Vue Clear Case
Photo: vowe

In Germany they are both currently available from Gravis:

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Comments

Goodness me, I'm ahead of Volker for once. My Grip Vue Clear iPad case arrived this morning ;-)

Loving your recommendation of the Grip Vue cases for both iPhone and iPad. Thanks...

Stuart McIntyre, 2010-07-13 17:34

check this out (I got one in Orange, don´t laugh - it is a stunner): http://www.noreve.com/product/Housse_cuir_Apple_iPad_Tradition_B.html. They make it BTO in your preferred colour. The iPad is held by a solid case, the flap doubles as stand, so you can sit in a street café in Nizza without looking stupid, all buttons / interfaces accessible, and the fresh leather smell is 'fetish'... yummy.

There are pockets inside for business cards and paper. No other bag necessary anymore once and for all.

Armin Roth, 2010-07-13 23:42

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