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STM Blazer Padded Sleeve with Removable Carry Strap for iPad/Tablet
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- Product Type: Laptop Bags,Cases & Sleeves
- High-density foam padding with super-soft interior lining
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stm-214-029G-01 Color: Black Features: -Lining: 200 D Polyester.-Durable, water resistant fabric and high density foam protects your digital investment.-Super soft interior lining cradles your digital devices.-Zippered front pocket for cables.-Comfortable quick grab handle.-Removable and adjustable shoulder strap.-Designed to fit iPad mini and most 7" screens.-Limited lifetime.-Item is assembled.-Device Space: 8.86" H x 6.1" W x 0.59" D. Specifications: -Material: 300 D Velocity poly. Dimensions: -Overall Dimensions: 9.45" H x 6.7" W x 0.98" D, 0.26 lbs. Collection: -Velocity collection.
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The colors are nice (blue/yellow) if you like things bright.
If you are using strictly for the iPad and want a ton of padding this might be OK but for the pricing I would recommend checking out the STM Jacket.
The outside fabric has a subtle texture like non-woven fabric, but that's a descriptive reference to the texture itself, not a comment on the quality. its not "cheap looking". The bag and materials are well-made and sturdy, decent quality, etc.
I hadn't been using it because the bag is a lot stiffer than expected, unlike the older version my husband has, and It doesn't slide into the back of my purse as his bag does. And it lacks the nice looking and convenient pocket to clip pens and stylus into.
However, my major issue with this particular bag is that the strap is cheap, stiff, and awkward. I wish it was made of a more supple material and could be tucked away, remain ready for use. You have to detach it to get it out of the way, and I feared that i'd lose it if I did that.
Then, I did lose the strap the first time I took the bag out of the house. Its stiffness and resulting untidy form got in the way so I took it off and tucked it in the back pocket. That was the last I saw of it.
Though in many respects this really is a very nice little bag, its just not " right" for me. I'd recommend a bag by STM to any friend, though I'd voice my displeasure with the material of the strap I received with mine and encourage them to look at other models. There are several, and as soon as I replace it, I'm going to give it to a friend who wants it as is, doesn't mind it not having any strap. I do plan to buy another STM bag if the strap is made of a more supple material.
- While the Blazer fits a 7" tablet like my Kindle Fire HD 7" even with a case (as it does a naked Samsung Galaxy Note 8), the Note 8 is a too-tight fit with a case and requires some tugging at the zipper. Clearly not the Blazer's fault as this is marketed for 7" tablets and the Note is 8". The D7, however, while also a 7" tablet case, fits my Galaxy Note 8 with its MoKo Slim-Fit Multi-angle Folio Cover Case for Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 inch GT - N5100 / N5110 Android Tablet, GREEN (with Auto Wake/Sleep Function, and Integrated Hand Strap) to perfection.
- The side zippered pocket on the Blazer has little or no give to it if your tablet really fills up the main compartment. A flat item like an iPhone 4 fits fine, but the fat Samsung micro-USB cable feels a bit crushed when folded up and it ruins the lines of the sleeve - perhaps because there is zero padding to it (something to consider if you're thinking of putting a phone in there). The D7 has a non-zippered, gently padded compartment that better accommodates a folded up micro-USB cable - and offers more protection for a phone.
- The padded, substantial carry handle on the Blazer's side was perhaps the biggest buying feature for me after the wonderful, soft zipper pulls. That might sound strange, but I knew the Blazer and D7 both offered solid protection, so the added features were the driving factor behind my ultimate choice. Unfortunately, the strap just isn't generous enough. I have small hands for an adult woman, yet if I insert four fingers in typical "carry handle" fashion they feel uncomfortably constricted. A guy with big hands would no doubt find he could only loop a finger or two. If you prefer the removable shoulder strap or don't plan to use the side carry handle, this is not a big deal, but for my purposes, it was a major disappointment. I suspect STM simply scaled down the 10" tablet/iPad design proportionately, failing to take into account whether the smaller design would comfortably accommodate even an average sized adult hand. At any rate, the thinner carry loop on the D7 serves effectively the same purpose and does it better. Like the Blazer, the D7 has a removable shoulder strap, but the D7 ALSO sports a removable wrist strap.
- The Blazer's outer fabric is attractive, and the contrast of the black fabric against grey zipper pulls is highly appealing, however the fabric collects lint and cat hair. The D7 uses a different (nylon?) fabric that is impervious to lint and hair. We have two Bengals and a Ragdoll, yet the D7 doesn't have a hair on it. Impressive.
- Both the Blazer and the D7 offer an additional, large outside pocket suitable for holding thin items like papers. They seem to be of generally identical purpose and suitability for that purpose.
- The Blazer has (IMHO) a more attractive overall look (again, I'm not a fan of the retro color choices for the D7) and it has (again IMHO) more attractive, more comfortable to use and safer (in terms of accidental screen contact) zipper pulls. The cat hair problem negates my preference for its general look.
In the end, the nifty zipper pulls are the only category in which the Blazer truly comes ahead of the D7 for me - which is simply not enough.
Both cases are top notch for protecting and transporting your small tablet, but they ARE different. A number of details made the D7 the better case for my needs and preferences. If you have a Galaxy Note 8 with case, want to carry your phone and offer IT some protection - or if you have pets, you should opt for the D7. Otherwise, both cases cost the same and offer similar features and solid protection for your smaller tablet.
The tablet fits JUST perfectly. There is no room for any movement once zipped. The outside pockets are tight but useful for a phone or a stylus or some small papers.
It's the perfect size if you just want your tablet and little else.