• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    bad quality, awful company

    • Written by Katherine S from Falcon Heights

    Wow, where to begin. Yes, it fits the laptop. That's the only good thing about it. The quality of the material and stitching is beyond awful. I was actually kind of shocked when I saw it - incase used to be a reputable company but now it is obvious that they could not care less. Save your money and don't buy this expensive piece of ugly junk. The stitching holding the item together was haphazard and downright ugly. I could see track marks of where stitching had been pulled out and redone, ruining the fabric and fraying. The stitching that was in place was uneven and coming apart, making me afraid to even put my laptop inside. The fabric itself was not finished and was fraying everywhere on the edges and just looked BAD. I honestly started laughing when I saw it - it looked nothing like the picture here and more like it had been run over by a semi-truck. Cannot believe that I spend so much money on this piece of trash. I am done with the incase company for good, they peddle overpriced cheap garbage - they used to be so great, but in the past few years they have gone downhill fast. I'm going return it. And I'm not going to buy incase products anymore.

    31 of 97 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not recommended - risk of damage to MacBook.

    • Written by Joe L from Brisbane

    If you are carrying a MacBook Pro vertically (with the case opening facing downwards) the magnetic strip can un-click due to the weight of the MacBook and it can slide out.

    There is a significant risk of damage and therefore this is a really bad design.

    47 of 112 people found this useful