Chord Mojo Leather Case
The Chord Mojo Leather Case to protect your Mojo while traveling.
Travel Case includes two small straps plus a magnetic strip to keep the Mojo locked in place. The inside is also lined with soft material to keep it safe and sound.
Mojo Case includes two small straps plus a magnetic strip to keep the Mojo locked in place.
The inside is also lined with soft material to keep it safe and sound.
1 month ago
I am very happy with the case. It's built well and fits perfectly. The price is a little too high, but it is a nice case. If it were around $60-$70 I would have given 5 stars across the board.
I would recommend this case if you want to protect your Chord Mojo.
This case is well built, will give some protection for minor impacts.
The case has a solid feel, and looks good.
Very nicely designed... adds a little bulk to an otherwise tiny device, but it's SO cool.
Price is a bit high but not surprising in these times.
The interior is lined with a felt/suede like material. The exterior of the case is covered in what I think is real leather, as it creases at the hinge, and smells like leather. I do see some very slight bubbles under the leather on the underside of the case. So I'm knocking off a star under quality. The magnetic closure tab works great.
The detachable wrist strap is at nice touch and makes it easier to dig out of my backpack. I don't however see myself wearing the Mojo on my wrist.
I would have given this 5 stars, with the exception of price and quality (the slight bubbling of the leather on the underside of the case.
All in all, the Mojo is nicely protected, and I don't have to dig it out of a small leather pouch I had been using.
The solid build quality of the Mojo is perfectly matched by the quality of this case.
The ruggedness of the Mojo is undeniable but I still avoid putting it where it could get scratched or damaged by accident. Now they come out with more armour for the unit and make it feel and look so good that now I don't want to scratch the case.
This is like a new car, the first scratch is always the hardest. I'm using it but damn it is nice.