Popular Apple accessory maker Pad & Quill has announced that it is going out of business, and in the process it is offering shoppers 50 percent off everything on its website. Pad & Quill sells a wide variety of Apple product accessories, so this event covers everything from iPhone cases to iPad folios, laptop bags, and Apple Watch bands.
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Pad & Quill has been known for its high-quality leather accessories for over a decade now, following its debut in 2010. The company began with a focus on iPad and iPhone cases and expanded to unique leather goods including large bags, wallets, journals, and other Apple-related accessories like Apple Watch bands.
Regarding the closure, Pad & Quill President Brian Holmes stated: “We at Pad & Quill have had headwinds that are too large to overcome, and we have decided to close the business. We are thankful for our customers over the years. It’s been a blast creating unique accessories for Apple products.”
In terms of the going out of business sale, shoppers should note that all purchases made during this event are final. This is a huge sale, covering everything on Pad & Quill’s website, so we’ve highlighted a few of the best on offer below. A selection of the items on sale even reach beyond 50 percent off.
50% OFF SITEWIDEPad & Quill Going Out Of Business Sale
- Techfolio PRO Leather Cord Organizer – $44.99, down from $179.95
- Pocket Book Wallet Case for iPhone 15 Pro Max – $49.98, down from $99.95
- Cartella Slim Case for 16-inch MacBook Pro – $64.98, down from $129.95
- Oxford Slim Leather Case for 11-inch iPad Pro – $69.98, down from $139.95
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