Nokia N95 Tradition leather case by Noreve Review

May 17, 2007 at 7:45 pm 6 comments

Reviewed by K.C. Kim
Price: $39.99

– Elegant case conceived in top quality handcrafted leather
– Compatible with mobile phone Nokia N95
– Access to basic functions (multiple openings on the leather)
– Practical thanks to its magnetic snap closure
– Slim and padded design
– Protects the device in an optimal manner
– Two MicroSD card slots
– Camera lens access
– Opening for recharge
– Headphone access
– Interior lining in fine cloth embroidered with the Noreve logo
– Completely removable sturdy metal belt clip (swivels 360 degrees)

Intro: The first thing I did after purchasing the Nokia N95 was searching on the net for a good case to protect it from damage. After a quick search on Google. And discussing cases available for the Nokia N95 on various forums. The most high demand and talk about case was by Noreve. So the question is will it live up to the hype. Read my review to find out.

Design: This is the first Noreve case that I have used. And by far the best quality leather and craftsmanship I’ve seen. Now I know why Noreve is put in such high regard. Unlike other cases that have a generic fit. The Nokia N95 fits perfectly inside the Noreve case with no pulling or tugging required. Theirs support on top, sides, and bottom. And even hanging the case upside will not lodge the phone out of the case. Another plus is that the case makes it easy to remove the phone when needed very simply by lifting it out.

Features: The case uses a magnetic snap closure to make sure it stays put.

Also features two MicroSD card slots.

On the sides you will see that all the buttons are still usable inside the case. As well as the 5MP camera on the back of the phone.

Included is a removable Metal belt clip that can rotate 360 degrees

Conclusion: If you want the best then there is no question that you need to go get the Noreve Traditional leather case for Nokia N95. It superior to any previous case I reviewed. The combination of fit, high quality of leather, functions, and style make this a sure bet. So if your looking for a case for your phone then consider the Noreve leather case for Nokia N95, a case that does not disappoint!

Rating 10 out of 10

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6 Comments Add your own

  • 1. jose  |  June 23, 2007 at 6:41 pm

    quiseira saber su numero de cuenta para enviar el dinero y si numero de telefono para consultas.gracias

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  • 4. Warwick  |  January 26, 2010 at 3:01 am

    All very nice, but where do you put your coins and notes and where are the car keys stored?

    Why do none of these wonderful wallets actually function as a wallet?


  • 5. nzomatrix  |  January 26, 2010 at 3:23 am

    This wallet case here can hold keys, cash, credit cards. While it says iPhone it can be used for most phones.

  • 6. jade smith  |  November 15, 2010 at 5:09 am

    I think this is an excellent phone but certainly not as good as the iPhone. Just like most Nokia phones, the Nokia N95 is available unlocked only and hence it is very costly at $779. The wallet cases dislplayed are nice.


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