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Get Creative with the Miniot Wood iPad 2 Cover

We mentioned the Miniot iPad 2 cover a few weeks ago but it is now available to order with a host of options that we didn't realise were going to be available, and they are all lovely looking.

Option 1 - The most economical ($70) "Standard series" gives you a straightforward selection of 6 different types of wood and black 'Ultrasuede' lining.

Option 2 - "Pick your wood" allows you to select from a Cover Flow like gallery of woods and 9 different colours for the 'Ultrasuede' lining.

Option 3 - "Tone your own" lets you pick a starting point then change the colour of the individual panels or bars so that it's possible to create a truly unique cover for your iPad. This one is fun to play around with and it is worth visiting the site to see what you can come up with.

Another nice feature is that each version of the Miniot Cover comes with a free engraving option for text or a logo/image which needs to be a black and white JPG.

Shipping is currently around 4-5 weeks from the Netherlands and this small, family run business, is fighting to cope with the massive interest in these gorgeous covers, so order now if you want one anytime soon.

We are configuring our order now!

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Reader Comments (3)

I was also very interested in this cover.....; started ordering one.
At the end; you still need to pay taxes on top of the amount....together with shipping.

It makes the cover about 35% more expensive...!

I know; in some countries you do need to pay taxes on top of the shopprices.... but not over here (I am also living in HOLLAND - country of the manufacturer)....

35% more; made me decide to cancel the order!

April 22, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSjeltur

@Sjeltur - We hadn't got that far, that's certainly something to consider, thank you for pointing the extra taxes out. They are still beautiful covers though! ^_^

April 22, 2011 | Registered CommenteriPad Creative

they do look great, a tad pricey but I like the 'hand crafted' appearance.

April 23, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterShaun Mullen

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