Anyone with kids knows that you need military-grade protection for all your devices. If you don't surround your phones, tablets and laptops with industrial-strength padding, you're running a real risk of scratching your device's finish, cracking the screen, denting the body, or worse, completely wrecking it. Unfortunately, in most cases that means living with an ugly, bulky case.
Enter Speck to the rescue! Speck makes protective cases for phones, tablets, and laptops. Their cases offer great protection -- many lines claim military-grade protection -- without sacrificing color or style. Speck offers a literal rainbow of colors and options! They have cases for many brands and models: iPhones, iPads, macBooks, Samsung tablets and smartphones, Amazon Fire smartphones, Google Nexus smartphones and tablets, to name just a few.
The suite was chock-full of pretty things that day: pretty Speck cases, dainty sandwiches and desserts, a Stella & Dot table featuring Stella & Dot's latest fashion accessories, and gorgeous :) bloggers posing for headshots, taken by Tina Case Photography. Tina is a blogger and a photographer, and she's awesome at doing both. Just look at the headshot she took of me! My hair was frizzed up from the heat and I wasn't wearing any makeup, but somehow she managed to take the best photo of me that I've seen in a long time.
As pretty as my headshot turned out, I can't compete with all the Speck cases that were on display. I loved all the colors and designs!
One of my favorites was the new CandyShell Inked smartphone cases. They feature hi resolution graphic designs, like the colorful floral one in the photo, on a military grade protective hard shell case. How's that for bold and beautiful? The CandyShell Inked is currently only available for the iPhone 5s/5 and the Samsung Galaxy 5S, but I'm holding out hope that they'll start making it for other Android devices like the HTC One or Moto X.
Another big winner was the DuraFolio case for the iPad air and iPad mini. This is great because kids love using iPads and iPad minis, but they're never as careful with the devices as we parents want them to be! The DuraFolio offers great protection, but doesn't add bulk, so you still get to enjoy that sleek, elegant Apple profile. As I mentioned in an previous Speck product review, you can actually encase your iPad in the DuraFolio, then throw it on the floor, and it won't crack!
Win a Speck DuraFolio iPad caseOne lucky Bonggamom Finds reader will receive a DuraFolio case from Speck! The winner gets to choose between a DuraFolio for the iPad Air (MSRP $69.95) or a DuroFolio for the iPad mini (MSRP $59.95)
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