Oxford based Wrappers, designer-maker of no logo, laptop sleeves from exclusive sustainable textiles, has added a new size linen cover for Apple's latest MacBook Pro 16 inch notebook.Price £35.00, available now in ten linen colours.
Wrappers' minimalist cover is custom made like all its products, in Oxford, not mass produced, which means a fit like a glove is guaranteed. The new size simple sleeve is designed to hold just the 16 inch notebook, either for protection when carrying around by itself, at home or taking it back and forth to the workplace or coffee shop, or when carrying the notebook with a bunch of other things inside a larger bag. A linen sleeve is also airport friendly, and protection for storing a notebook in a suitcase or overhead compartments when travelling.
Whatever its use, Wrappers no logo linen case is a stylish and sustainable choice to match the green credentials and minimlaist design of Apple's MacBook Pro, while doing a practical job.
Wrappers classic peach skin linen sleeve was first launched in 2005 and remains a best seller worldwide almost fifteen years on. The no logo design with integral, soft pillow case closure, has been sold for every size MacBook, since Apple's 2005 polycarbonate 13 inch notebooks. Sustainable production remains at its heart.
Wrappers linen is a natural flax alternative to synthetics. It has proved after years in daily use to be a very durable, longer lasting textile, suited to withstand everyday wear and tear. Linen is a more sustainable textile than cotton, and two to three times stronger. Wrappers exclusive upholstery quality linen features the characteristic 'slubs' of a natural textile, which makes every piece of cloth distinct. Sleeves consist of three layers - an outer linen cover fused to 4 ounce wadding for protection with a black, microfibre lining.
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