Protection For Your iPad

Protection Racket launches new iPad/Tablet Case for musicians on the go      05/11/12
Protection For Your iPad


Protection Racket has launched a new case that they say is designed for the discerning musician looking for a multi-function, lightweight bag to protect their iPad/Tablet and carry-on items. They tell us that the new slim line case has been designed specifically around the iPad /Tablet for perfect protection and ease of transport and that its design blends cool style with functionality.
Made from their super durable Protection Racket Racketex, used on all their road tested cases, Protection Racket says that the high abrasion polyester won't fade, crack or shrink and is 100% waterproof. The case incorporates many other Protection Racket features such as superior dual density Propadd foam for maximum protection, black velvetex cotton lining, ergonomic neoprene carry handle and an adjustable, detachable padded shoulder strap. Protection Racket believes that the new case will keep your iPad/Tablet safe and sound and guard it from bumps, scratches, shock and other damage. Its dimensions are 28cm/11" (H) by 20.5cm/8" (W) by 5cm/2" (D). It comes with a dedicated pocket for the iPad/Tablet, two generous front pockets and another pocket on the back and is finished with rugged zips and fastenings. Pricing and Availability:
£39.99/$59.99. More information:

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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Tablet2Cases    Said...

How does this tablet bag exactly single-out musicians?

05-Nov-12 05:00 AM


RP    Said...

In actuality it singles out their credit cards, that's about the only correlation.

05-Nov-12 08:44 AM


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