by Brent Dirks
March 25, 2014
DODOcase is branching out. Well-known for its book-like folio cases for the iPhone and iPad, the company has partnered with Thiele Tanning Company to create an exclusive LeatherCraft Collection of products. The tannery, located in Milwaukee, specializes in producing Logger’s Leather. The material is known for its balance of durability and softness that wears nicely with use. First up, the pictured leather tablet portfolio can hold both the iPad mini or iPad Air. An interior waxed canvas organization pocket can also hold other things like an iPhone, pens, cards, or cords. The portfolio is also big enough to accommodate a paper journal. It will set you back $129.95. The phone clutch is designed to fit an iPhone or other smartphone in either the interior main pocket or exterior slash pocket. Internal webbing can store both cash and credit cards. It costs $69.95, and buyers can select from either a black or tan canvas exterior to compliment the leather. Finally, the leather card and cash wallet is $49.95 while the leather and brass keyring retails for $24.95. And to kick off the new line, DODOcase is offering free monogramming for the first 25 customers who purchase a wallet or keyring. Enter the code LEATHERMONO at checkout. The code expires at 11:59 p.m. PDT tomorrow. Since all the items are handmade, buyers should factor in an extra five to seven days for production time. For other recent accessory news, see: Time To Cool Off With The App-Enabled Aros Air Conditioner From Quirky And GE, AppAdvice Daily: Hit The Pavement With The Moto TC Rally iPhone Controlled Race Car, and The New Booqpad For iPad Air Combines A Simple Case With Full-Folio Protection.