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Safeguard Back-to-School Electronics with WaterField’s Protective, Stylish Cases

August 30, 2012

WaterField Designs, a San Francisco manufacturer of custom laptop sleeves, bags and cases for digital gear, offers custom-fitted laptop and tablet sleeves for any laptop or tablet on the market, plus a bevy of stylish and protective iPad cases and wireless keyboard sleeves–ready for today´s digitally connected students, headed back to school.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 29, 2012

WaterField Designs, a San Francisco manufacturer of custom laptop sleeves, bags and cases for digital gear, offers custom-fitted laptop and tablet sleeves for any laptop or tablet on the market, plus a bevy of iPad cases and wireless keyboard sleeves, ready for today´s digitally-connected, on-the-go student, headed back to school.

“Laptops and iPads are integral gear for students headed back to school. Running around campus, they need a reliable way to carry and protect their laptop, iPad and other too-expensive-to-damage electronics,” noted WaterField Designs owner, Gary Waterfield. “WaterField offers options so that students can find a case to meet their functionality and protection needs and still match their own personal style.”

Laptop SleeveCase

  • Custom-sizing available for any Mac or PC laptop on the market.
  • Black ballistic nylon envelopes 6mm of high-grade neoprene for rugged protection.
  • Slanted back pocket holds a file or notebook.
  • Bottom loop helps ease laptop into and out of the SleeveCase.
  • Choices: checkered Indium or brown leather trim; vertical or horizontal sleeve orientation.
  • Optional add-ons: Flap for extra protection; D-rings and strap to transform the sleeve into a shoulder bag; removable Piggyback pouch to store accessories.

Tablet Ultimate SleeveCase

  • All SleeveCase materials, functionality and options, plus:
  •     Impact-resistant insert to protect tablet screen
  •     Ultrasuede® lining on screen side to help keep screen free of smudges
  •     Extra flap protection included as standard

iPad Cases and Bags

  • Five sleeve-style iPad case options for various needs and levels of protection–Ultimate SleeveCase, EXO SleeveCase, Smart Case, Slip Case and Suede Jacket.
  • Two minimalist iPad + keyboard + accessory options available with or without shoulder straps–iPad Travel Express and iPad Wallet.
  • Three vertical messenger bags designed specifically to carry iPad + accessories; two in leather, one in waxed canvas–The Indy, Muzetto Leather and Muzetto Outback.

Keyboard Cases

  • Three Apple Wireless Keyboard Sleeve choices offer a range in protection, style and price–the Keyboard Socket, Slip and Sleeve.
  • Two Keyboard + accessories cases include the Keyboard Travel Case and the Keyboard Travel Express.

Pricing & Availability

Laptop SleeveCase–Price: $49. Add-on options: brown leather trim: $10; padded Flap: $15; D-rings: $5; D-rings and Simple Shoulder Strap: $12; D-rings and Suspension Shoulder Strap: $22; Piggyback accessory pouch: $25 to $27.

Tablet Ultimate SleeveCase–Price: $59. Options: brown leather trim: $6; D-rings: $5; D-rings and Simple Shoulder Strap: $12; D-rings and Suspension Shoulder Strap: $22.

iPad Cases and Bags–Price for sleeves: $19 to $65 (+ options); iPad Travel Express and Wallet: $69 to $79; iPad vertical messenger bags: $159 to $199.

Keyboard Cases–Price for sleeves: $15 to $39. Keyboard Travel Express and Keyboard Travel Case: $49 to $69.

Available now at http://www.sfbags.com.

About WaterField Designs

WaterField Designs manufactures custom-fitted, high-quality cases and bags for a full-range of laptop computers, cameras, and other digital gear. All products are manufactured to exacting standards entirely in San Francisco. More information at http://www.sfbags.com/aboutus.php.

WaterField Designs, SleeveCase, Ultimate SleeveCase, EXO SleeveCase, Smart Case, Suede Jacket, Travel Express, iPad Wallet, Indy and Muzetto are trademarks of WaterField Designs. Other company/product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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