iPad Wallet from WaterField Designs – Accessory Review

If you happen to use your iPad a lot while traveling, and often need to carry a keyboard with you in order to take care of emails or write memos, WaterField Designs designed the iPad Wallet just for you. The iPad Wallet is a stylish, compact iPad travel case large enough to fit both an iPad and an Apple wireless keyboard, and then some.

As usual with WaterField Designs, the case screams quality all over. The Wallet features two scratch free, padded internal pockets designed to keep your iPad and keyboard separate, and an additional back pocket provides additional storage for cables, power adapters, etc… Impact-resistant inserts are built into the case to protect the iPad screen, keyboard, and accessories.

The iPad Wallet is compact, and is very suitable for trips, or even daily use. The padded pockets do a great job at keeping your iPad and keyboard separate. The stretchy back pocket is a nice add-on to carry documents or even extra cables. Also, the impact-resistant inserts are strategically located to protect everything inside the Wallet.

The iPad Wallet comes in six different colors, and comes with nice distressed brown leather sides. The case costs $79, and is available directly from WaterField Designs’ website.

What we liked: The iPad Wallet screams quality. It’s very lightweight, which makes it easy to carry around wherever you take your iPad, and allows you to carry your keyboard as well. It can easily fit in any backpack or carry-on luggage.

What we didn’t like: Nothing!

To buy or not to buy: If you’re looking for a flexible iPad case able to carry both your iPad and wireless keyboard, search no more, as the iPad Wallet is one of the best solutions out there. Most of all, the sleeve combines sleek design with great portability.

  • Name: iPad Wallet
  • Category: Accessory
  • Sub-category: Case/Sleeve
  • Manufacturer: SFBags / WaterField Designs
  • Price: $79
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  • G

    Looks like you’ve got room in there for a foldable stand for the iPad also. Thats what I do with my Maxpedition Lunada (totally different animal) – iPad, keyboard and stand all in the main compartment…

  • Rand

    Looks like a great way to pack a keyboard along. I have one stupid question when you do this. How do you turn off the keyboard to prevent bluetooth transmissions if a key gets pressed? Do you need to remove the batteries?

    • JM

      Just press and hold the power button for 2 seconds or so until the light blinks and goes off and it is off until you press the power button again.

  • David Ahn

    Would the case accomodate a thin case on the iPad (such as the Official Apple iPad case)?

  • http://www.joelperlish.com joel perlish

    hmmm….. a con? no handle….. joel