• 1.0 out of 5 stars


    The moleskine case does look great but the material is just terrible. I dropped this case once from 1 meter and there were cracks on the case, which is plastic everywhere! I payed so much money for a good looking plastic case. If I dropped this case screen first, it defidently would crack. The case is too small and it fits behind the screen so if I drop my iPad, the screen will break. I will never buy this case ever again.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Complete waste of Money - Falls Apart

    Like many other reviewers here, I would strongly recommend NOT BUYING this cover. Within four months the plastic tray had fallen apart at the corners, so it no longer holds my iPad securely. It’s too bad that the plastic used for the tray is so weak and not durable. Would NOT recommend.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Misses the mark. Nowhere near worth the money.

    I've gone through two of these cases, both plagued by the same problem. The tray that holds the iPad is poorly-designed and too brittle, and within 2-3 months, begins cracking. Six months in, there are pieces missing around the edges as cracks meet and chunks fall off. I got one replaced by Apple and was told fairly sternly not to ask again. Moleskine hasn't been responsive on getting this second one resolved, and I'm giving up on them.

    Shame, really, as the exterior of the case is perfect. High quality leather and a good feel in your hand. But the most important part of the case is just a very poor quality product.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Low Quality

    The plastic materiel that holds the iPad cracked in the corners and one corner broke off entirely. I do not recommend.

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  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Poorly designed

    Apple Pencil holder is too big and it slides down, rendering the accessory useless because it is made for thick regular pens such as the Moleskine pencil (not a nice move).

    The iPad edges are popping out of the inner hard case, so better watch for those accidental drops with the case opened or your screen will suffer.

    What's even worse, after two weeks of use the top leather cover slides out of the ipad, so the inlay magnet is not aligned with the ipad edge so it will not awake and sleep automatically, like with any other cheap cover.

    On the plus side it really looks ellegant and "cool"... But definitely NOT for $100.

    Moleskine, please spend some time testing your products before you put them out on the market. This is NOT a regular paper notebook.

    17 of 18 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Plastic holder broke first week

    Flimsy plastic holder that the iPad snaps into. The 3rd or 4th time I removed the iPad, the corner of the holder broke off. Had to argue at the Apple Store where I brought it to get them to exchange it. ("Its not our product"). Way overpriced!

    10 of 11 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Get's job done

    Overall, I am happy to have a beautiful case that keeps my iPad protected. I mainly use my iPad for drawing and watching TV and movies. I like that I can safely store it in my bag and that is looks great when I carry it in my hand. It has a pencil holder which holds my pencil well. All in all, I would recommend this to a friend looking for something with a pencil holder, protective casing, and a professional look. However, if you want to be able to use the smart connector or view at many different angles you might want to look else where.

    -pencil holder
    -pretty, leather, professional
    -protective on front and back
    -can easily turn volume up down, screen on and off
    -sits pretty well on lap for viewing
    -case fits well

    -Not enough viewing angles possible. If the iPad makes too sharp of angle with surface it slips. (note: I added a 2 rubber bands running diagonal to add more viewing angles, not very pretty, but gets the job done)
    -pencil is on the "binding", can be hard to accessed
    -can be a bit clunky when holding your ipad in portrait, maybe this is just the nature of an ipad

    If moleskine is reading this, I would have loved divots in the inner-non-ipad side to allow 2 more viewing angles. An acute angle(w/ surface) is very nice to draw on and type, I achieve this with rubber bands but it ruins the aesthetic.

    9 of 11 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Do not buy

    The pencil holder is oversized so that the pencil keeps falling out.
    The case has a smart connector spot but because of the cases thickness it won't connect to anything making it useless.
    The quality of the case itself is good other than it looks like they took 2 minutes designing without actually using it first.
    Because I liked the quality of the cover, I took off the iPad holder part and glued on an apple silicone case which makes it perfect (other than pencil holder being too big).

    42 of 45 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Misses The Mark

    On paper, this looked like a great iPad case, but for $99 you'll find many of the subtle qualities of high-quality iPad cases have been completely ignored. The case has a hard time holding the iPad snug with edges popping out, it doesn't stay stable in A-frame mode, the pen holder is too loose and the button cut-outs on the side make it hard to access power/volume controls. On the plus side, the case looks nice and professional, and there's a cut-out for the camera. Simply not worth $100

    79 of 84 people found this useful