We like a good cause, and Kujali itself is a Swahili word meaning ‘to care for’. This is why, when the company called Kujali wrote to us about their great cause, we definitely wanted to feature them on the website. They kindly sent us one of their iPad Mini cases to try, and we want to share the good deed by putting this case up for a freebie giveaway!
Kujali – what do they do?
They make iPad Mini cases, but more importantly every time you buy a case from them, they work towards making a real difference to help save a child’s life in Africa. They provide both mosquito nets to the kids, as well as provide them life saving treatment. So every time you buy a case from them, you’re promising a kid (and more) a healthier and better future.
What is the case all about?
The case provides your iPad Mini with the protection it needs. Featuring a premium PU leather protection, a secondary internal silicon protection and ability to hold it in one hand using a handstrap are some of the features.
Look and feel
The case itself is covered in PU leather. A strap goes around it, holding the case together and closed. At the back you see a hole for your iPad’s camera.
Open it and on the left you see some grooves which can be used to make the iPad Mini stand at different viewing angles. You also see a hand strap which can be used to hold the device in one hand.
On the right is a black plastic frame, that can be lifted up so that the iPad Mini can be made to stand using the grooves on the left side.
Inside the plastic frame is a silicon rubber skin that holds the iPad in. The skin covers and gives the iPad Mini protection from all angles. You notice that even the holes for the charger and 3.5mm port is covered by plastic flaps, which can be moved out of the way for using the ports. This gives your ports that little bit of extra protection.
To install the iPad Mini into the case, you take out the silicon rubber case from the plastic frame, and wrap it around the iPad Mini. Once in, you can snap it into the black plastic frame, and off you go.
Once you have your device in the case, the double protection gives you plenty of protection as well as peace of mind. All corners are well protected, and the silicon gives you the extra layer you need against drop and bumps.
This does mean that to get your charging cable in or to get your headphones in, you need to open the flaps. However, they do add a nice touch to the whole thing, and give it a feeling of completion.
It also stays put properly in a backpack, thanks to the elastic band around it.
Let it stand, hold it
Using the grooves, you can make it stand. The hand strap is an interesting touch which you hardly ever see in cases. Once opened, and the elastic band around it, you can hold the case in a single hand using the hand strap. This makes it great if you’re reading a book, or are even having a drink while you use your iPad to view something. Either way, it works great.
You can find out more about Kujali, the charitable company by clicking the following link:
You can use the website to buy their case. You can also buy it off of their shop on Amazon. It generally retails for £49.99, but as of now it is going for £26.99.
Oh yeah, we love it, and you can buy it to help the good cause, but we haven’t forgotten the giveaway. To contribute towards the good cause, we want to giveaway our review case, and all we ask is that as you participate in the giveaway, you spread the good word. To participate, you have to leave a comment on the Facebook post below.
The giveaway will end at 6pm on Thursday, the 6th of March. UK and over 18s only. Get clicking!
The competition is now closed – we’ll be getting in touch with the winner and sending them the prize soon!