Posted on December 22nd, 2007 in Apple, iPod Touch, iPod Touch Accessories, iPod Touch Cases |
So I got this case in today with a bunch of others, and I had been sort of wanting one of these for a while, and then I got it, and it looked even nicer than it does in the product image. Even better yet, my concerns of still needing a screen protector even with this were alleviated by the fact that it comes with one that’s the perfect size for the screen.
However, one thing the product shots don’t show is that there is a leather strap that goes from the right hand edge of the flap around to the back of the case and seals the case closed with Velcro. Overall, it’s a nice case, its leather, its extremely thin for an iPod Touch Case, and the Touch fits in there quite well, furthermore its great for putting in your pocket.
There isn’t a belt clip or anything like that on the back, and there isn’t anything obstructing your access to any of the buttons or ports. There was really only one thing I didn’t like about this case, when you put your iPod Touch in, it slides in from the side, and it won’t go all the way in, which means there is a strip of leather covering a few millimeters of the left most section of the touch screen, that kind of irked me aesthetics wise, but functionally I could still use my iPod without removing it from the case.
You can get the Belkin Leather Folio for iPod Touch from the Apple Touch Store for $29.95.
Written by: James Allan Brady