When we were invited to review an item of our choice from the Wrappz website, I asked Jacob if he would like to design a case for his iPad, and a rather excited Jacob started choosing a design that he was happy with, and due to there being so much choice available, it took us a while (he was debating between red or green, and cyclops or vampire). Finally after two attempts, he was happy with his third design and Jacob loved the fact that he could also add text onto his design, and therefore he wanted to add his name - which he was rather pleased about.
The whole process of designing Jacob's iPad case on the Wrappz website was very easy and simple, with lots of added extras available. You can personalise your case or skin, by either uploading photos or you can use Wrappz very own library/gallery of images. It is all very easy to use but if you do need a little extra help along the way there are 'help' videos available.
Our iPad case arrived two days later, along with clear step by step instructions on how to attach it, and also included were money of vouchers.
We are extremely pleased with the case, it is a high gloss plastic with a bright, vivid finish. It also fits securely onto the iPad perfectly, and Jacob proudly shows it to everyone.
All of Wrappz cases are custom made, and they are produced using the highest quality polymers and inks, which is evident in the finished product, the iPad 2 case we chose cost £39.97.
The Wrappz website has an array of cases, faux leather cases, and some skins available for your mobile, tablet, games consoles and laptops. With such a huge range on offer, it is well worth a visit.
Finally, I am pleased to offer my readers a free voucher code: freeskin - you can use this code to get yourself a free personalised phone skin on the Wrappz website (you just need to for pay postage).
Disclaimer: I was given a free case of my choice in return for this blog post about Wrappz, all comments and opinions are my own.