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$5800 iPad Case

http://www.trafalgarstore.com/item/Custom_Alligator_iPad_Case:Available_in_3_Colors/11021

From TrafalgarStore.com 

Custom Alligator iPad Case: in 3 Colors

FREE iPAD with PURCHASE

 
The Trafalgar Alligator iPad Case is the epitome of luxury. Hand-made from wild American Alligator, this iPad case’s lustrous supple skin with its hand-polished sheen will have the well-appointed man carrying his high-tech needs, in the most impressive style.  Made-to-order, please allow 5-6 weeks for delivery.

  • Genuine wild Louisiana alligator; vegetable-tanned, heat-glazed and hand-polished
  • Fits iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, excluding the iPad Mini
  • Please specify what version when ordering
  • Edge-stitched; fully-lined genuine leather interior
  • Magnetic closure
  • Made in USA
  • 7 ¾” W x 9 ¾” L x 1” H
  • Made-to-order; allow 5-6 weeks for delivery
  • made-to-order items are non-returnable
  • FREE iPad of your choice with purchase.

Retail Price: $5,800.00

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