About Our Cases

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories for iPAD 1, 2 and 3' started by Mach3Composites, Jun 22, 2010.

  1. Mach3Composites

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    When you purchase a Mach 3 Composites case you are getting very special one of a kind and unique case. Great care was given to case design and materials used. We start with 100% carbon fiber and added multiple layers until we found the right balance of strength and weight. We then line each half of the case with with an ultra soft and shock absorbing padding. Once that is complete we add the finishing touch of a very soft high quality liner.On the edge of the case we cover each side with a rubber gasket that serves two purposes. First, it adds to the strength of the case. Second, it helps create a water resistant seal.
    Our hardware is molded specifically for our cases. We chose using hardware in our design over a zipper for a couple of reasons. Using latches and hinges allow for a rigid surface all the way through and has minimum compressibility. Usually if a zipper is used you have some sort of soft fabric that it is stitched into the case design. Another advantage of our hardware is individual component replacement. Our hardware is made from a high quality metal alloy with each part being individually installed. Should a certain latch or hinge get damaged you can send the case back to us and we can replace the individual component.
    We also spray a clear protective coat on the exterior for a high gloss finish. The end result is a work of art. Slim, Light, and Protective. We back up our cases with a 100% satisfaction guarantee and first class customer service. Test fly one today!:)
    E-mail info@mach3composites.com
    Web www.mach3composites.com
     
    #1 Mach3Composites, Jun 22, 2010
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  2. Photo1017

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    Blatant advertising. Shouldn't that be prohibited?
    That 'free books' dork is bad enough, now this!
    Apparently not a moderated board!
     
  3. Appleslappy

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    He is a vendor.

    I really hate the spammer that posts all the stupid apps for infants!:mad:
     
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    He paid to be able to advertise here.
     
  5. thehatguy

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    Some folks don't look at the whole board.;)
     
  6. Matth3w

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    Well I mean, his avatar and big logo that says supporting vendor should give it away.
     
  7. Samurai

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    A couple of paragraph breaks would make it waaayy easier to read.
     
  8. Mach3Composites

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    Right you are, thanks.
     
  9. RobertBasil

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    $120 for a case that you can't even see because of the terrible photo on the website?

    No thanks.

    A black case with a black background and low lighting? You really need to work on the photography for all of your products.
     

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  10. Matth3w

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    Perhaps your monitor is not properly calibrated? Granted, black on black isn't always the best choice, but I have no issue seeing the case at all on my end. If I had to make a critique it would be that there is no picture of the iPad IN the case with it open like for the Mac Book.
     

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