Mujjo is no stranger to quality mobile accessories, and has for example been making upscale touchscreen-friendly gloves for five years already, specializing so well that it offers one of the greatest bangs for the buck in the category. That expertise transfers to the Mujjo cases for popular handsets like the iPhone or Samsung’s Galaxy S line, and now it is a turn of the new S8 and S8+ to receive their first full-grain leather wrappers.
Lined with Japanese microfiber to prevent abrasions, the cases fit like a glove, and offer raised 1mm lip all around the phone for added protection. Besides the precise cutouts for all the ports, openings, sensors and buttons, Mujjo’s leather cases maintain the classy look by eschewing plastic rings for, say, the camera and finger scanner openings, but rather developed chamfered leather edges that slope seamlessly inwards. All edges are molded with durable polycarb to withstand the wear and tear where it would otherwise leave the most impact.
Now, off to the case material itself. Mujjo uses vegetable-tanned leather which is waxed for added endurance, and the full-grain look leaves a remarkable impression, both in the eye of the beholder, and in the palm. Mujjo promises that it “wears in with every use and acquires a beautiful patina and polish over time,” and, judging from its similar cases for the iPhone, it has a point. The full-grain leather cases for your Galaxy S8 are $44.90, while the larger S8+ can get dressed in subtle luxury for $49.90, with worldwide shipping, or via authorized resellers. Hit the source link if those pretty wrappers that come in Black or Saddle Tan, have piqued your interest.