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some valuable tips and hints for the usage of iCap

In order to minimize light reflection most effectively pay attention to the following :

Position iCap so that direct sunlight is avoided.
Place the notebook in iCap.
Open up the display far to the back of iCap.
If possible at an angle above 115-120.

  By opening up the three black sun flaps iCap provides extra protection against strong sunlight. The sun flaps are attached with velcro fasteners and are adjustable.

how to deal with light

Protect your eyes from sunlight by wearing a baseball cap.

  Avoid sunglasses as this can considerably impact the view of your display

your eyes

iCap is made from water resistant material.

As long as no water comes through via the front opening, iCap protects your notebook from short light showers.


iCap offers not adaquate protection for continuous rainfall.

how to deal with rain


iCap is stabilized by the notebook during light wind.
During stronger winds, iCap can be further secured by fastening the 4 under straps (clew mounts) and/or the 2 above straps,which are hidden in between the two top edges, to a sturdy object.

It is, however, recommended not to use iCap during strong winds.

how to deal with wind


iCap is designed to put objects in. It is not suitable for persons, children or animals.
iCap is not meant as a toy.

iCap is not fire resistant. Keep iCap away from all types of fire

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    We are not liable for damages caused by improper use. Further, we are not responsible for damages caused by wind, rain and/or heat.
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© iCap 2003 - 2007 All rights reserved. ICap is a registered Trade Mark in the EU, in the USA and other countries. International PCT Patent. Design Patent in the EU, in the USA and other countries. Utility Patent in Germany.