Labato: lbt-SM7-01P10 Samsung Galaxy Note 2 #Review

I received the following product for free in exchange for review.  However, all opinions are honest and my own.

I recently had the opportunity to review a phone case for Samsung Galaxy Note 2.  Labato case: lbt-SM7-01P10, which was made by Jison Case Company.  Labato cases are basically good quality cases that are very reasonably priced.   They offer a variety of cases for everything from tablets to iPhones.   

Let me begin this review by saying, that with the size of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, it is hard to find a case that looks just as good and provides protection without the added bulk.  With that said,  this case works surprisingly well for the price. 
I was a bit concerned when I received the package in the mail.  The box that it came in was really light weight, and all I could think, was "this is not going to work."  Well, it works.  It is more lightweight than some of the other phone cases we've tried, but it is also more slim and fits very snug to the phone.  No loose edges or openings of any kind, and it covers the entire outer edge of the phone. 

The design is sleek and stylish enough for a woman, yet manly in a sense, and of course black is definitely a plus for this case.  This case is easy to hold, and easy to apply to the phone.  It has protective flaps for the charging cable opening and also the headphone jack.  In addition to the features mentioned, there is a stand to use for whatever you wish to stand the phone upright for.

BOTTOM LINE:  The Labato: lbt-SM7-01P10 Samsung Galaxy Note 2 phone case is definitely worth the price.  It fits great and offers a bit of protection from dropping while not adding any extra weight or bulkiness to the phone, and with a price tag of around $13.00, it's worth a try. 

You can find more information on Labato cases here

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  1. That was helpful! But putting that in action is quite difficult..Btw I love what you write! You are such an inspiration.

    1. Thank you so much for the compliment, but I'm not sure I understand what you mean by "putting that in action is quite difficult".