With all of the things that you can
cram into the Bi-Fold, your Visor should be fairly well protected if you
drop it. The top, right, and bottom sides of the Visor are exposed,
but there is about ½" of space around the Visor that would protect
it some if you dropped it on its corner.
One thing you have to get used to
at first is the leather. Leather expands as you use it, and at first
credit cards are a tight squeeze when inserting and removing them from
the case, but this should get easier as the leather gets worn in.
speaking, this is a very nice looking case. Graphite Visors will
look especially great in this case because it is entirely black.
This case is part of Handspring's Value Cases line, but at $49.95, I'd
hate to see what the cost would be if it were a premium case! I still
wish it would have used a snap closure instead of velcro, because the noise
from opening the case could be distracting in a meeting. One good
thing about the velcro strap is that it allows you to really load up the
case; when I filled the case with all of my cards, the depth went from
1¼" to 1½", something a snap may have not been able to reach.
On the other hand, you can shove enough papers in this case to make it
look like George Costanza's wallet!
You won't be putting this case in
a pocket, but the Bi-Fold seems very well suited for those that use a purse
or briefcase. When my wife saw the case and how well it held everything,
she told me that this is the case that she would use.