Mujjo Tech Case
Mujjo Tech Case Review
It’s hard to justify a $75 tech case when you just need a place to put things in your bag. A trip to Daiso will yield cases for as little as $1.80. But how many trips are they going to take, and how protective are they going to be for your gear? And just how good are they going to look?
The Mujjo Tech Case looks good and offers solid protection via its waterproof exterior made of recycled nylon, vegan leather and waterproof lining.
The case opens to expose two large interior dividers, 4 elastic pockets and 3 stretch pockets. The exterior zippered pocket will hold a phone for easy access. The wide opening allows easy access to the contents, though I have to say my preferences lean more toward bags that open and lay flat. However, I do travel with the Mujjo Tech case, focusing it on heavier items like my Zagg Speedport GaNn Changer and its cables.
Top-of-the-line design elements include padded pockets, recycled materials and Seamlight, a Mujjo design principle that uses fewer pieces of fabric to ensure a stronger case via fewer seams and pieces of fabric.
The 14.4, 9 x 3.5 x 6-inch case, which comes in black, also sports a 2-year warranty.
As with all Mujjo products, the box is also sustainable and ecologically friendly.
Mujjo Tech Case: The bottom line
Buyers will need to decide if $75 is too much for a tech case. A case can be made based on quality, but there is plenty of competition.
Mujjo provided the Mujjo Tech Case for review. Images courtesy of Mujjo.
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