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Win a posh leather iPad Pro sleeve from Harber London [Cult of Mac giveaway]


Keep your iPad protected in luxurious Leather
Keep your iPad protected in luxurious leather.
Photo: Harber London

For this week’s giveaway, we partnered with Harber London to offer you an opportunity to win an exquisite, handmade Magnetic Envelope Sleeve for iPad Pro valued at $118.

This gorgeous, full-grain leather iPad sleeve exudes elegance and durability, boasting a sleek design and robust construction. Crafted in either black or tan, the sleeve is made of top-quality leather, with 100% wool felt on the back and inner sleeve. This combination ensures comprehensive protection for your prized iPad, shielding it from potential scratches and impacts while providing a comfortable touch.

Magnetic Envelope Sleeve for iPad Pro giveaway

The allure of this iPad Pro sleeve’s premium leather lies in its aging process, which only enhances its beauty over time. Scratches and marks that may appear are not to be mistaken as flaws; they are an integral part of the natural patina this exceptional sleeve develops.

The inner sleeve is a plush layer of wool felt, a delicate and soft natural fiber sourced from sheep. This luxurious material cocoons your iPad, adding an extra touch of comfort and care. Wool felt also comes with eco-friendly credentials and numerous benefits.

Smart features deliver more than meets the eye

Convenience is key and this Envelope Sleeve has you covered
Convenience is key, and this beautiful leather iPad Pro sleeve comes with a loop to keep your Apple Pencil handy.
Photo: Harber London

Harber London’s Magnetic Envelope Sleeve is not only a visual delight with its handcrafted charm and eco-friendly materials but also stands out due to its exceptional features. Designed to be highly functional, this iPad sleeve offers versatility that sets it apart from the rest.

It perfectly fits various iPad Pro models, including certain models used with the Apple Magic Keyboard. The Magnetic Envelope Sleeve also prioritizes convenience, recognizing the fast-paced lifestyle of modern users. For those who are attending back-to-back meetings, the sleeve offers a charge-through system. This means that even when your iPad’s battery is running low, you can effortlessly charge it without having to remove it from the protective sleeve.

Inside the iPad sleeve, you’ll find a dedicated leather loop that ensures your Apple Pencil stays safe and secure. This thoughtful design element not only protects your Apple Pencil from loss or damage but also ensures it is readily accessible whenever you need it.

With a harmonious blend of aesthetics, functionality and convenience, the Harber London Magnetic Envelope Sleeve proves to be an exceptional choice for iPad owners seeking the perfect balance of style and practicality. It is a prime example of how artisanal craftsmanship can elevate everyday accessories into cherished essentials that complement and enhance modern living.

About Harber London

Harber London is a family-run business established in 2012 in London. The company’s vision was to create honest products that embody the founders’ unique perspective while enhancing them with a touch of style to improve everyday experiences.

Over time, Harber London expanded into the tech industry, specializing in the creation of authentic, handcrafted leather products that combine functionality and durability. The company’s journey from a small, kitchen-based enterprise to a renowned tech accessories brand reflects dedication to Harber London’s passion for delivering exceptional products.

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Magnetic Sleeve for iPad from Harber London giveaway


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