Sena produces some of the nicest leather cases for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. The Vettra 360 is a new iPad case that easily rotates, works as a display, an easel, and an Apple Pencil holder.

This is an independent review. NOT a paid endorsement

The Vettra 360 gets its name from the fact the portion that houses the iPad is capable of rotating. Then you are able to prop it up for ideal moving viewing in the horizontal orientation, or vertically for reading.

It also has the unique feature of being able to lay down at a slight angle. Akin to an easel. This is perfect for artists who want to draw or take notes with the Apple Pencil.

The exterior comes in several different colors, though I'm definitely attached to this vibrant red color.

While the price is a bit on the higher end, there are a multitude of features that set this out from comparable cases on the market.

One downside I noticed is the fact that the camera gets hidden by the back of the case. Because there are effectively 2 layers, you must rotate the iPad to gain access to the camera portion.

In the past this may not have been as much an issue as the cameras have been garbage, but as iPads have evolved, the cameras are now as good as the iPhone, making them a great option with a huge "viewfinder" for taking certain photos.

Pros

  • Premium wrapped leather
  • Apple Pencil holder
  • Rotates for vertical or horizontal orientation
  • Protects screen and back
  • Lays as an easel for drawing/writing with Apple Pencil

Cons

  • Is a thicker case
  • Apple Pencil loop is unnecessary if you don't have one
  • Price is on the higher end
  • Must rotate to get to camera