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View Full Version : Gear Diary Reviews the Vaja Balance Case for Zune

Damion Chaplin
01-17-2007, 02:00 AM
<div class='os_post_top_link'><a href='http://www.geardiary.com/?p=1907' target='_blank'>http://www.geardiary.com/?p=1907</a><br /><br /></div><em>&quot;I am trying to remember the last time that I reviewed a Vaja case and ended up less than pleased. &hellip;still trying. After all, it would add so much to my coolness factor if I didn&rsquo;t get excited every time they sent me a new case to try - if I could remain aloof, if I didn&rsquo;t stick my nose against the received item trying to catch a whiff like some kind of leather junkie. But I do. If it was just a matter of how the leather smells, then I might be able to restrain myself&hellip;but no. Vaja also makes some of the most form-fitting, beautifully designed, long-lasting, and stylish cases on the planet. I&rsquo;m just stating a fact here; Vaja is to cases, as Ferrari is to cars. With that in mind, Vaja&rsquo;s prices might make them seem like an over the top extravagance to the casual observer. So I guess the question that must be asked is do you use a particular item enough to justify putting it in such a fine case?&quot;</em><br /><br /><img alt="" src="http://images.thoughtsmedia.com/zt/2007/geardiary_vaja_zune_01_1.JPG" /><br /><br />Judie tends to gush a little over the Zune Vaja case, but that's to be expected a little I think. Historically, Vaja's cases have been top-notch, and judging from Judie's review, I'd say this Zune case is no different. So if you're interested in protecting that lovely Zune, give the review a read.