• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Bad fit, bad quality

    I have had the case on my computer for about a month. I've never moved my computer from my desk... both two corners of the case are completely cracked. It makes no sense. I chalk it up to being the way the case fits... which is not great. It's not secure at all and was tough getting on. It may be user error, but I tried everything to make it properly fit. Overall, I would personally skip this. I'm throwing mine away (a month into having it).

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Case

    Currently using this case throughout college. So far, since buying it a month ago, it has protected my laptop from bumps and scratches while sitting in lecture and moving through campus. The case doesn't add much bulk or weight to the laptop, and slightly raises it. However, something I did notice, was that the angle at which you can open the laptop is limited by about 15 degrees from what you would be able to without the case. Attracts a bit of fingerprints that easily wipe off. Overall, solid purchase.

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    The Case Cracks At The Corners On Its Own.

    I purchased this case for my MacBook Pro. I have had this case for almost a month. Not once since I have used this case have I dropped the laptop, bumped it into anything, nor used unnecessary force when handling the case. Yet about two weeks into getting this case I noticed cracks on the corners of the case. There is no way I could have caused them given that whenever I transport my laptop I always place it in a protective sleeve which resides inside an even sturdier backpack. And as ridiculous as it might sound, the cracks did appear on their own. If you do not believe me then I suggest looking at the other reviews who also claim that a similar scenario occurred with them. Based on the number of the other complaints, it can hardly be argued that this is a coincidence or even the result of the buyer mishandling the product. And the cracks continue to grow. If you want a case and don't care for cracks at the corners then this is the case for you. But if you do care about the cracks then I would suggest looking into buying a different case. If my review has any meaning I'd suggest Apple to remove the product from their stores because from where I'm looking at, the quality of the product does not match the quality Apple strives to endorse. No offense to Apple and Incase. Thank you.

    12 of 15 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Case!!! Definitely recommend to others!!!

    This case fits perfectly for my MacBook Pro! I would definitely recommend this product to other people. This case is a lot better than other models I have tried, which actually protrudes more than this case! It does indeed protrude on the sides though, but it is easy to over come with adjustments. Not every product is perfect, but it does its job by protecting my MacBook Pro! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

    7 of 17 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Case limits the tilt of laptop

    Case looks nice, but is difficult to get on to fit well. It definitely seems like you're going to break either the case or scratch the laptop as you try to get the case on. Once I was able to get the case on (still not sure if it's even on completely), I can't open the screen past the 90 degree angle in which the screen is perpendicular to the base/keyboard. Would not recommend this case.

    45 of 50 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Descent case, poor design

    The case is decent, as in it does protect the computer from scratches. I doubt it would do much in the instance of a fall/drop of the computer, though. The case fits the laptop awkwardly. The snapping on of the cover feels almost like your going to break something/ And once it's in place, there are sharp corners of the case that protrude above the computers edges, right where your forearms lie while typing, which is quite uncomfortable and actually leaves marks on my arms. Would never purchase this again, nor would I recommend it to anyone.

    46 of 51 people found this useful