If you have bought the Power Support Air Jacket from Apple Store Online or from official Apple Stores, you will realised that it is actually Air Jacket Force. Power Support Air Jacket Force is an exclusive item available only in Apple Stores.
The difference between the normal Air Jacket and Air Jacket Force is the raised bezel on the case that protrudes the screen a little (not flushed with the screen). This ensures that your screen is slightly off the surface of a table if you decide to place your iPhone 6/6 Plus screen facing down. Today I learned (TIL) that the term for that is called “lip“.
Logitech AnyAngle for iPad Air 2 is a protective case for iPad Air 2 that has an integrated hidden hinge to firmly hold your iPad at any angle within a 50°. The case is made with durable and water-repellent materials to protect against bumps, scratches and spills.
It is slightly on the heavier side because it is meant to be a protective case and hence the case itself weighs 342g.
Moshi iGlaze Armour for iPhone 6 Plus is retailing for S$59.90. There are three colors available, Satin Gold to match your gold iPhone, Jet Silver to match your silver iPhone and Gunmetal Grey to match your space grey iPhone.
If your are using iPhone 6, Moshi iGlaze Armour for iPhone 6 is retailing at S$5 cheaper at S$54.90. The same choices of colors are available.
It measure 38.1 x 25.4 x 6.35 (cm) and weighs about 800g. It comes in seven colors (black+black, black+yellow, blue+red, blue+lightblue, brown+orange, champagne+green and grey+pink) and is retailing for US$79.90 (S$104).
Moshi Overture for iPhone 6 Plus is retailing for S$59.90. There are three colors available, Brushed Titanium to match your gold iPhone, Sahara Beige to match your silver iPhone and Steel Black to match your space grey iPhone.
If you are using iPhone 6, the same choices of colors are available and it is retailing slightly cheaper at S$54.90.
I am not very impressed with the quality of the bag. Because it is a fabric mesh (net), there are a lot of loose threads that came off when I opened the packaging. It also feels very cheaply made. If it comes along as a free gift, then it is fine. Don’t bother paying S$19 for it. I rather you save the money and get a better alternative bag.
I am guessing many of you have not heard of the brand GRAMAS before. GRAMAS is a luxury accessories maker from Japan. They specialise in leather cases for iPhones and glass screen protectors. In case you are wondering, GRAMAS stands for Generous RAw MAterial Stuff.
Singapore is the first country outside of Japan to carry GRAMAS products. In Singapore, it is being distributed by Ingram Micro Asia Ltd.