Seen here, the iPhone resembles a framed book when wearing the Kavaj.
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The Kavaj leather iPhone 5 case comes wrapped in black tissue paper and sealed with the company's logo sticker. I appreciate the attention to detail.
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Unwrapping the Kavaj reminds me of opening a gift during the holidays. That's a nice touch.
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There are two slots on the back of the case for credit cards or a driver's license. This is perfect if you are a minimalist, but I opted not to use them since I didn't want to stretch the pocket. I enjoy the elegance of the leather case without the cards.
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The case has a cover flap that opens like a book and stays closed with the help of two magnets. It takes some acclimation if you're used to a bumper style case, but i like the clean lines when it's closed.
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The phone stays secure by folding a leather flap underneath.
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The backside is shown here without cards in the slots. Once again, I prefer to leave the slots empty for aesthetic reasons and to insure the case doesn't lose its tight fit.
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You can use the cover flap to prop the phone up when you're watching a video.
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