The Speck Durafolio for iPad Air 2 is an excellent, attractive and highly functional folio case that features mil-spec drop protection and auto sleep/wake. It comes in three color combinations (fuchsia with white, grey with blue, and black with grey) and boasts many media viewing angles as well as a solid typing position. Given its mil-spec drop protection, it is quite slim and has a textured surface that gives it additional grip in the hand.
* Mil-Spec Protection: Meets or exceeds military drop test standards.
* Slim Profile: Adds only .3 inches of thickness to your iPad Air 2.
* Protective Lip: Raised lip around the screen should offer excellent protection to your delicate iPad Air 2 screen in the unfortunate event of a drop.
* Multiple Viewing Angles: Durafolio offers a multitude of media viewing angles, as well as a typing position and the option to simply fold the folio cover flat behind the Air 2.
* Nice Grip: Textured cover material and rubber sides give this folio case a good grip in the hand.
* Auto Sleep/Wake: Magnets give the Durafolio a very reliable sleep/wake functionality.
* Textured exterior may be hard to clean: I didn’t experience any issues with this myself, but some Amazon reviewers mention that if you get dirt into the small indentations in the textured exterior material, it can be difficult to remove.
Conclusion: The Speck Durafolio is a good looking, versatile case that offers both protection and excellent usability. With an MSRP of $59.95, it is available from Speck, Amazon and various retailers. Many thanks to Speck for providing this sample to me to review.
Finally, if you’d like more details, here is a link to my YouTube review: