Can anyone recommend a decent iPad mini 2 case?

There are so many on the likes of eBay and Amazon I'm not sure where to start!

Does anyone have a cover or brand to recommend? Are the smart covers okay? I had a nexus 7 which broke because of magnet interference and don't want to happen again!

Thanks!

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Theres a Snap Shield Case for a £1 inc delivery at Tesco Outlet, reviews are good.
ebay.co.uk/itm…a27

Not sure what type u looking for? If silicon sort.. u can buy at b&m stores.. it's selling at £2.99 or £3.99(I can't recall) after sale of £5.99 at my area..

I recommend Tesco tri fold case. Just like the IPad Apple cases imo. Searched high and low for similar before Apple changed to expensive leather ones. It's still going strong on one of my iPad Airs. Secure fit and easy to clean. I managed to get a leather Apple tri fold case in Asda for my other one. Reduced from £65 to £15 in cream. Tesco one for me is as good as it gets I think and I've tried the Belkin and others from Staples and Amazon and everywhere else which just weren't any good. Hope this helps.

I picked up a very good one in The Range for £5.99 made by GVC (Great Value Company). Also came with a screen guard and a pen, really pleased with it.

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Thanks for all your comments, I think a trip to shops is in order!

As to what kind I'm not sure, probably leather but not fussed about keyboard or sleep / awake functions!

In my local Currys they had half price iPad cases maybe worth look .:)

The genuine apple ones cases (not smart cover) are really good but not cheap. Have seen them on sale in asda in the past

Not trying to hijack the thread but I also have same question, anybody know any decent cases with built in keyboard for mini 2 as well.

I picked up a Griffin case at Poundland which was posted on here. It is excellent.

If you can find a genuine apple leather case on sale, I would highly recommend that. I have been using one on my ipad mini 2 since release day and it has put up with a lot of abuse and drops. The fitting is still tight and it just feels really nice to hold. I tried out other cases when I had the ipad mini 1 but the fittings were never as good as the apple one.
Edited by: "pogbanogba" 11th Dec 2016
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