Sena Cases for the iPhone and iPod Touch

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Wow, the Christmas elves at Sena have been busy creating some very nice leather cases for the iPhone and iPod Touch. They sent me a nice selection to check out and I thought I’d do a quickie review of them for everyone that might be doing some last minute Christmas shopping.

Walletbook

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This book style snap case holds your iPhone and can do double duty as a minimalist wallet. It’s available in 13 different colors which include 4 with a crocodile embossed look.

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The wallet portion of the case has 2 card slots (one has a plastic see-thru window) with another slot behind them to hold folded currency.

This is a nicely made case, but isn’t one that I would pick for myself. It seems more like a case for a PDA instead of a phone. I would find it really inconvenient to unsnap the cover in order to access the iPhone to answer a call. I also think it would be uncomfortable to hold while talking. I suppose if you’re a Bluetooth headset user, that this would be a non issue.

Price $52.00

Sarach Leather Skin

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This is one of my favorites because it doesn’t add a lot of bulk to the iPhone and doesn’t hinder usability.

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The Sarach Leather Skin is available in 5 colors. Each one has the same type of saddle stitch that you will probably either love or hate. I love it 🙂 If you prefer this same case but with a protective flip cover (which is held closed with a magnet), that’s no problem, you just have to pay an additional $10.

Price $59.99 without flip cover, $69.99 with a cover

Corsa

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If you don’t want a play-through case, but just something to protect your iPhone or iPod touch during transport, then the Corsa is a good choice.

It’s basically a two-toned leather sheath that has a unique pull strap that is used to eject the device when you need to use it. Just pull the strap and it lifts the iPhone out of the case.

Price $39.99

Laterale

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The Laterale looks a little retro to me. It has a soft padded round design with a convenient cutout that you can use to push the iPhone up for easy retrieval. The interior is lined in soft velvet to protect your phone.

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On the back is a leather covered spring clip that you can use to wear this case on your belt.

The Laterale is available in 7 color styles with 3 having a crocodile embossed texture.

Price $39.99

Kutu

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The Kutu is similar to the Corsa. It’s a rigid leather sleeve that is reminiscent of an instrument case. It’s available in 3 colors and has a soft lining.

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Like the Corsa, it has a pull tab device lifting feature. There’s also a card slot built into the back of the sleeve.

Price $44.95

All of these cases are made very well. I was unable to find any defects in the material or workmanship. In my opinion Sena Cases are a very good alternative to Vaja Cases when it comes to a wide variety of styles and colors, for an affordable price.

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5 thoughts on “Sena Cases for the iPhone and iPod Touch”

  1. My all-time favorite cases are Vaja, and I think I learned about them here a VERY long time ago. I had a Sena case for my Clie TH-55, and was very nice, and actually lasted longer then on older Vaja case for my Palm V.

    They only offered a pouch for the G1, though. Hopefully they will have a case for whatever my next Android phone is.

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