This week, Cult of Mac is giving away two snazzy iPhone 12 cases from our friends at Mujjo. You get a chance to win either a leather wallet case or a slim profile case in your choice of color.
Mujjo’s leather cases are among the best iPhone cases we’ve reviewed here at Cult of Mac.
If your iPhone needs a spring makeover, be sure to enter this giveaway.
Mujjo iPhone case giveaway
Based in the Netherlands, Mujjo’s mission is to create simple and stylish cases with high-quality craftsmanship.
Mujjo’s cases are made from the finest vegetable-tanned leathers. The cases feature Japanese microfiber lining, plus a raised leather bezel to protect and cushion your iPhone’s screen.
“The Mujjo Leather Wallet Case is slim, sleek and beautiful,” wrote Cult of Mac writer Ed Hardy in his review. “Its leather exterior gives it a luxurious look and feel.”
Premium iPhone case and luxurious leather design
You get a chance to win one of two different styles:
- Mujjo’s wallet case comes with a slim pocket on the back that holds up to three cards, so the only other thing you need to remember are your keys.
- The slim profile case is a thin case made from Mujjo’s acclaimed full-grain leather to offer protection from everyday knocks and bumps while adding a warmer and “grippier” feel.
The cases come in four distinctive colors; black, Monaco blue, tan or slate green. Winners get to choose the style of case and the color. The giveaway is for iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro only (they are not available for the mini or Max models).
Enter to win
Use the entry widget below to sign up for our free Cult of Mac Today newsletter and enter the giveaway. Plus, connect with Cult of Mac in a variety of other ways to get additional entries.
Note: This giveaway does not include an iPhone. Contest open to residents of the United States only. Contest ends at 11:59 p.m. PST on April 11, 2021. See Terms & Conditions for more information about the giveaway.
Get a Mujjo iPhone case
If you want a Mujjo case right now, you can purchase one from the Cult of Mac Store.
Note: We originally published this post on April 5, 2021.