Mujjo chose to use two quality materials in building its sleeve: wool felt and leather. The body is a straightforward piece of wool folded over on itself and sewn together along the edges; a third layer sandwiched between those two creates a small pocket for cables, headphones, and other small accessories. It all looks and feels great. Thankfully, the holder isn’t restricted to bare iPad minis: there’s enough room for a tablet with a Smart Cover, slim shell, or even both. The smooth leather is used to form the top flap, as well as a band that’s riveted in place at either end. Despite the simplicity of the style, it stays closed when you want it to.
This sleeve is far from the most expensive we’ve ever seen, but it’s still not a particularly affordable option given the spectrum of designs already out there for the iPad mini. Thankfully it does meet high expectations in terms of looks and feel; it certainly comes across as a premium accessory. Case compatibility and the extra pocket are extra checks in the positive column. Overall, Mujjo’s iPad mini Sleeve is deserving of a general recommendation.
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