Nexus 7 Case Weights and Dimensions link  top

Case Standard Kinetic/Magnetic Length x Width x Height
Nexus 7 - Streamliner 4.5 oz 6.0 oz 5.125" x 7.75" x 0.625"
Nexus 7 - Full Frame 5.6 oz 6.5 oz 5.25" x 8.00" x 0.875"
New Nexus 7 - Streamliner 4.2 oz 5.8 oz 4.625" x 8.00" x 0.50"
New Nexus 7 - Full Frame 5.4 oz 6.3 oz 4.875" x 8.25" x 0.625"
iPad Case Weights and Dimensions link  top

Case Standard Kinetic/Magnetic Length x Width x Height
iPad Mini - Streamliner 4.8 oz 6.2 oz 5.625" x 8.00" x 0.50"
iPad Mini - Full Frame 5.8 oz 6.9 oz 5.75" x 8.25" x 0.625"
iPad 10.1 oz 12.2 oz 8.00” x 10.00” x 0.875”
Do your cases offer sleep/wake function? link  top
Yes! Our iPad and Nexus 7 cases both offer the magnetic sleep/wake function.
What holds my device in place? link  top
Treegloo frames offer two options. Our signature accent is a microfiber suede that is hand tailored to hold the perimeter of the iPad or Nexus 7 in place. The rubber used in our frames is a flexible, compressible composite that is permanently adhered to the inside of the frame via a specially engineered adhesive.
Will it work as a vertical stand? link  top
Yes, the case can be folded back to be used as a vertical stand, in both portrait and landscape mode on virtually any surface. Our Kinetic Latch system will also lock the case in place as a stand.
Can it be folded back to a tilted stand for typing? link  top
Yes, the cover can be folded back to create a slight angle for viewing and typing on surfaces, and we've found it works great in your lap. The Kinetic Latch will also work as a higher typing angle than the spine.
How much is shipping? link  top
USA: $9.95
Canada: $14.95
International: $19.95

We use Priority with tracking for all orders. Order 2 cases for no extra shipping charge. 3 or more cases per order are +$5 per case.
Do you ship internationally? link  top
Yes. All international orders are shipped via USPS Priority. International shipping is $19.95.
Oops, I changed my mind about the design! How do I let you know? link  top
If you decide you want to change your case design and it is before the production date, then you can email us with your order number and the changes you would like to make. production@treegloo.com
How long does it take to receive my case once it's ordered? link  top
We aim to keep our production schedule at about 7-21 business days, depending on the complexity of your order. This timeline may extend during season peaks. Standard shipping is an additional 3-5 business days. International shipping is 6-10 business days, but will vary with customs.
What is a Kinetic Latch? link  top
The Kinetic Latch is a Treegloo exclusive closure option, which utilizes a two-stage side latch. The first stage keeps the book closed, and the latch can be extended to securely lock the case in landscape mode for either video viewing or for an ideal typing angle.
What is the Magnetic latch? link  top
Our Magnetic latch for the iPad case is a strapless case option. Strong rare earth magnets firmly clamp to the iPad, keeping the front cover flat and closed. This option is currently only available for the iPad case.

The "Magnetic Latch" option does not refer to the sleep/wake function.
Can I add a camera port to the iPad case? link  top
Yes. To add a touch of class over a simple hole in the back of your case, our camera port utilizes a brushed aluminum bezel for a distinct look on the outside of the case. A rubber grommet cleanly finishes the inside of the frame to help catch dust particles.
Can I have my company logo or name placed in my case? link  top
Yes, as tablet devices is a great presentation piece. Regardless if you need one or 1000, we can make it work for you. We offer everything from full custom interiors, exteriors, and outer cover embossing. For specific inquiries please email us at corporate@treegloo.com
Where is your logo? link  top
We emboss a small logo on interior liner. We don't feel the need to turn your case into a walking billboard. :-) We are proud of our work.
What types of materials do you use? link  top
As the original source for multiple iPad case options, we maintain our outlook on sustainability and responsibility. Our soft faux leather covers emulate the feeling of luxury leather, and are superior to bonded leather in look and feel.

Our Classic liners are FSC, GreenSeal, and Carbon Neutral Certified. All Cloth liners are made in house with recyclable materials, in a method similar to Italian bookcloth.

We use formaldehyde-free, solid hardwoods to create our frames. Our techniques for shaping wood allow for the least amount of waste material.

Ebony and Dark Chocolate stained frames are hand brushed with a custom mixture of organic pigments to achieve these rich tones. Frames are sealed using a natural resin for protection and a smooth finish.
Why don't you use plywood or bamboo? link  top
In addition to being structurally sound, we find a consistent, natural wood grain is more aesthetically pleasing than laminated sheets of bamboo or plywood. We also practice safety and sustainability, and most plywood are listed as carcinogenic materials.
How are your frames built? link  top
While others use computer guided machines to build their frames, essentially pressing a button and walking away, we take the time to hand craft each frame to the correct size and to showcase our signature port reliefs. Every step in the frame building process has the touch of our craftsmen.
Why did you choose to use separate lengths of wood? link  top
Using a single piece of wood to make a frame creates a monumental amount of waste wood and takes far more energy to produce. We utilize hardwood for less material waste and join the corners together using advanced joinery techniques. The corner joint makes the frame more durable and flexible to torque in the event of being impacted. A single, carved piece is more likely to split or crack upon corner impact. The adhesive used in joining the corners is actually stronger than the wood itself.
What is this puzzle design on the corners of my frame? link  top
Our frames are built with an advanced joinery technique called a Lock Miter. This process can only be achieved by crafting each frame by hand, and is used by other craftsmen for high-end humidors, furniture, and jewelry boxes. As well as showcasing an intricate pattern in each corner, this design is specifically used for strength and to virtually eliminates wood's natural tendency to expand and contract, creating a fitment that will hold securely.

 
 
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