Official Raspberry Pi Zero Case Reviews

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Robin O
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Posted 1 week ago
Jason N
Top slides off a bit too easy for my liking using these for TV display screens and had to hot glue the cover on slight tap it falls off. not sure if the cable is at fault or the case but the "Mini HDMI to HDMI Cable V1.4 for the Raspberry Pi Zero 1m" that I bought from this site wont clear into the case completely making the connection drop (had to file the cable down to get it past the case edges) on reporting this was told to order more expensive cables
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Posted 3 weeks ago
Adam B
Great that these have different tops. Use mine with a Xmas tree Hat amd fits perfectly
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Posted 3 weeks ago
Amren S
It is high quality and is made of very strong plastic, the selection of different lids it comes with is perfect. I also really like the modern design.
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Posted 4 weeks ago
Raphael C
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Posted 1 month ago
Vlad T
best in that price, also came with 3 cups (plain, with hole on top and with hole for pins on edge)
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Posted 1 month ago
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Posted 1 month ago
Anonymous
Although the case and assortment of lids fit together nicely - the official case supplied is incompatible with the Pi Zero W board bought at the same time. The symptom was that the Zero did not appear to start up - although the LED was lit. Then it was accidentally discovered that the problem was actually with the board's HDMI connection. It only worked if you held the plug really hard into the case hole. Loosen your grip and the HDMI quickly disconnected. The USB plugs click into place nicely - but the official HDMI plug or adapter fail to lock. They both kept falling out. Another supplier's HDMI plug also failed to lock - but had enough extra intrinsic friction to stay engaged if you didn't disturb the case or cable. The Zero board was accurately registered into the case supports. Without the case the bare board has no problem locking the HDMI plugs securely. The case has been blamed for having too thick a wall - but it may be that it is the board that has the HDMI socket in a slightly incompatible position. The error is about 1mm.
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Posted 2 months ago