Pad & Quill enters Prime Day: huge 58% deals on MagSafe iPhone leather cases starting at $37

Pad & Quill is joining in the Prime festivities with some of the best deals of the year on its leather cases for iPhone 12/13 and more. Next to the prices marked by as much as 50% off in combination with a special promotional code, you save until 58% off its iPhone 13 folio and wallet style leather cases right now. Prices start from a little more $37 and you can get even more details below.

One of the highlights of Pad & Quill’s Prime Day adjacent sale event is the LeatherSafe Luxury Book for iPhone 13 Max Pro that will drop to $42.03 shipped when you apply the code PQ15 at the register. Regularly $100, that’s almost 58% off the going rate and one of the lowest prices we’ve ever tracked. The full-grain leather folio-style iPhone 13 case features a genuine cherry hardwood back with a cutout to support MagSafe charging and a series of wallet slots for cards and cash. Quick-access viewing space for a business card or ID is complemented by UV-resistant nylon stitching and a discreet signature from the craftsman who made your case.

Pad & Quill offers don’t stop there though. We also follow even deeper chords on his Gear “seconds” (all sales are final) as well as its linen journals, iPad cases and After. Just be sure to use the code above to get the lowest possible price.

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LeatherSafe Deluxe Book Features:

This leather case design is made with the same leathers we use in our leather bags. We then designed a more compact book-style case that holds 5-7 credit cards, includes a hidden cash pocket, and allows access to all ports. The LeatherSafe™ Deluxe Book is wrapped with a durable moleskin-style elastic webbing for security. A little note, look inside the money pocket. These little initials are from the craftsman who made this case for you!

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