With all of the new technology gadgets available today, cases are typically pushed as well. They are able to protect the new merchandise from being scratched, dinged, chipped and getting wet. Depending on the case, more protection can even be added to protect it from slight to heavy impact. However, most of us are pretty careful with our things. I recently received a Kindle for Christmas, and I have been very careful bringing that around with me so far. But, to assist in minor protection, a soft carrying case is a great investment.
These cases can be made out of a variety of materials. Some common materials include leather, canvas, vinyl, plastic, felt, suede, corduroy and nylon. They are typically made in large quantities, so aren’t usually made by hand-sewing. Instead, industrial methods are used. These methods are faster, and easier to use on tougher materials. They can also be run nonstop throughout the day, often requiring little to no manual help. There are three different ways of sewing in industries; these are the straight stitch, serger stitch and blind stitch. Many companies will customize the products with embroidery. This can be text or images, and is often the company logo. By embroidering the cases, they can be individualized and more appealing for the customers. For example, many kindle/nook cases can be embroidered and designed to look like book covers.
Soft cases can come in many different sizes and shapes. They can even be custom made to fit specific details in various products; in general, they are able to match almost any product. They can be used to provide moderate protection to kindles, computers, fishing equipment, tools, instruments, cameras and countless other items. While they can’t protect from heavy impact, they can keep minor issues from occurring. The benefits are, while they provide some moderate protection, compared to hard cases, soft cases tend to be less expensive and easier to both carry and transport around.