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Black Case for Raspberry Pi 2 & 3 Model B

4.53 out of 5 based on 140 customer ratings
(137 customer reviews)

Enokay Black Case for Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Raspberry Pi 3 Model B

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Product Description

  • This case is compatible with Raspberry Pi 2 Pi 3 Model B B Plus
  • The case is a two piece injection moulded
  • This ABS case is for Raspberry Pi 2 Pi 3 Model B B Plus
  • This case is easy to install
  • This case has good ventilation

1. This protective case is designed specifically for the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B and Raspberry Pi 3 Model B.
2. The case is a two-piece injection-moulded and made of ABS Material.
3. It provides the best available protection/accessibility for the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B and Raspberry Pi 3 Model B.
4. This cas is easy to install and has good ventilation.


Packing included:
1.one piece case.
2.A set of aluminum heat sink.
3.one piece screwdriver.

Additional Information

Brand

Enokay

Model

ENZMZ187-CA

PartNumber

ENZMZ187-CA

137 reviews for Black Case for Raspberry Pi 2 & 3 Model B

  1. 5 out of 5

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    I really do love these cases. Every time I order a new Pi, I get one of these cases to go with it. The screws are a little bit easy to strip, but it’s not like the Pi is going to work its way out and escape. Solid build, well fit, and nice look.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Cute and way better than the original case in the kit I bought, and since I bought a Raspberry pi 2 i try to put it in, and it fits perfectly !

  3. 4 out of 5

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    If you want to use your Pi 2 as a computer only, and don’t care about connecting any additional hardware like the Pi camera or through GPIO, this is a great case. It fits quite well, and makes the Pi look like a commercial piece of electronics.

    Note that the case is held together using screws that screw in the top directly. So plan on closing the case once and not opening it anymore, as each unscrewing and screwing back can potentially ruin the screw hole. That said, you shouldn’t need to open it, unless you need GPIO access, but then this is not the case for you.

  4. 5 out of 5

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    Case fit the Raspberry Pi 2 B perfectly.

    Update: I’ve found a tiny con. There has been a couple times where I carelessly try to shove an SD card in and it slides in the tiny space between the case and outside the slot requiring I open the case to retrieve the card. Not worth a star, but it would be nice to see a future version tighten up that space so the SD card can only fit into the slot. Pictures added.

  5. 4 out of 5

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    A very nice sturdy case. Only drawback is no connector opening for the camera. Otherwise, very well made, four hold-down screws which screw through both sides and through board. Board is held securely and all accessory plugin ports are available except for camera.I would definetly recommend this product.

  6. 3 out of 5

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    Aesthetically very good compared with many RPi enclosures. However, my RPi overheats in this enclosure.

    Full disclosure – I use my RPi for processing BOINC projects when not in use as a Kodi Media Center. When running 100% CPU for Boinc, it overheats and crashes.

  7. 5 out of 5

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    This case fits the Raspberry Pi 2 B perfectly, and looks great. It is well engineered and manufacured with a tight fit, and is perfect if you are using the Pi as a media player or kiosk. The case screws shut and gives you access to all of the main ports including the Micro-SD card slot. Note- it doesn’t have access to the IO and other headers- just the edge ports. It is sleek and unobtrusive, and can easily be stuck to the back of a monitor or HDTV.

  8. 5 out of 5

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    I have no complaints at all about this case; it fit my Raspberry Pi 2 perfectly. I much prefer the screw-in design of this case to the snap-in design of a case I have for my Raspberry Pi B. The only suggestion I have is to make the case available in other colors.

  9. 5 out of 5

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    This box fits my Pi B+ perfectly. The SD card is easily accessible and does not stick out too far. The screws fit. It is a very nice box for a Pi !

  10. 4 out of 5

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    Fits the Pi B+ well. All of the ports, and including the SD card, are flush with the case so you don’t get any snags or have things like your SD card sticking out.

    Could be improved by having holes in the bottom for mounting, or anything at all. The rounded shape makes it difficult to mount it to anything. Ended up locking it down with zip ties, but otherwise, it’s completely smooth.

  11. 5 out of 5

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    The case exceeded my expectations for the price. It’s nice and compact, and the RasPi fits very well. It looks really nice. The only draw back is the screws may strip out the pegs they go into over time, but so far they’ve held up after 5-6 openings.

  12. 5 out of 5

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    Perfect snug fit. Went together easily. Sturdy plastic. No problems with access to the standard external ports(power, HDMI, A/V, ethernet, USB, SD). Compact size and nice price point.

  13. 5 out of 5

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    A clean, simple case, fits my Pi 2 perfectly. Looks even better in person. If all you want is a basic case (and you don’t care about accessing the pins on the board), this should work great.

  14. 5 out of 5

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    I have purchased other cases in the past that are very cheap looking and don’t stay together very well. This is a very nice, sleek looking case that is held together with screws. It does about the best job possible of laying out access to the ports. Access to the micro SD card is very nice hardy noticeable on the front. If you don’t need to strap any additional items on to your Pi, this is one case you should definitely look at.

  15. 4 out of 5

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    I bought this for a Raspberry Pi 2 running Rasplex. Works exactly as I expected and intended. As other reviewers have stated, you do have to be very careful with the screws so you don’t strip the plastic or the heads. If that was not the case I would give it 5 stars.

  16. 5 out of 5

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    Glad to have found this, seems that many overprice these cases and look horrible. Installed it on my Raspberry Pi 2 model B and fits like a glove. Perfect fit, all ports are very precisely aligned. Uses 4 screws to keep the case closed. Looks just like the picture, its a great buy!

  17. 5 out of 5

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    Probably the best pi case I’ve come across. It’s extremely well made with very tight tolerances. There is no gap around any of the ports, the clamshell fits extremely tightly around the pi and clips in hard. The tolerances are so tight that you have to put the pi in, usb side first, then wiggle it into position then down. I don’t see it ‘letting go’ even with a long drop onto tile. The screws are a bit on the small side, but the threaded bosses are large and have enough material to go to a larger size screw if inclined. But it wasn’t an issue for me as the sides clip together so tightly the screws do not do much. The rear of the case is a separate piece (this is a 3-piece case) that sits in slots. It has a small slot with finger reliefs to be able to remove/install the sd card without dis assembly and has a mesh of drilled holes for a bit of air flow. You can see the pi’s leds blinking if you look down at an angle. A very nice touch. The only modification I have done to mine was use some spray adhesive and glue some toolbox liner to the bottom of the case. The case is slick plastic and as such, is very slippery when sitting on glass and wood. I didn’t want my cables moving the case, so I glued soft foam rubber to the bottom to give it some grip. However, stick-on rubber feet or even hotglue feet would probably work just as well. There is plenty of room for adding heatsinks as well as an rtc chip, although I do not think you can run the pi-cam without slightly modifying the rear panel.

    Overall I am extremely pleased with this exceptional case at a great price. I simply cannot think of anything I’d like to change on the case, with maybe the exception of adding a fan to the rear. However, the way the case is made, it would be trivial to make a new rear case piece out of a piece of plastic to make room for a fan, capture the sd card from prying fingers, or allow access for the pi camera ribbon or other cables.

  18. 4 out of 5

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    As with some others, I did have a bit of issue with the screw holes themselves stripping a bit (not the screws.) The plastic is a bit too soft I would guess. Still, it does hold very well between all four of them. Somehow I had only three screws (but I’m assuming I dropped one while unpacking.) I keep quite a selection of screws around in metal “Spam” tins and found one that fit quite well, so they’re a standard enough size I’d say. I do also wish that the backplate where the memory card is inserted wasn’t completely loose. It should probably be either glued in or even a solid piece as I just don’t see any reason for it to not be. You have to kind of hold in in place while shutting the case to ensure it lines up correctly.

    All that aside though, it fits my RPi2 absolutely perfectly. I love how small and slim it is. I wouldn’t recommend it to overclockers as there is almost no airflow beyond those tiny holes on that backplate over the memory card slot, but with heatsinks I think it should be fine at stock speeds hopefully. (Trying to make my RPi2 last.) I felt like the RPi2 fit in there absolutely beautifully with almost no wasted space. The rounded curves are unnecessary technically I guess, but it makes it easier to carry it around if moving it, looks a bit nicer, and generally doesn’t take up much extra room anyway.

    Note that if you need to connect anything to the RPi/RPi2, there are no openings for this and you will have to cut holes or leave the top off entirely. This isn’t necessarily the case’s fault as it wasn’t intended for that. I’m using mine like a computer more than a project device like Arduino/etc, so for me and others like myself this is a non-issue, but it’s something to remember when looking at this option. It doesn’t have any pre-cut areas for you to snap off or anything — a rotary tool (such as Dremel, Black & Decker, and etc) with an AlO cutting blade would probably have it open in no time though since, like I said, it’s a fairly soft plastic.

  19. 5 out of 5

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    Case fit very well with tight tolerances around all the ports. SD Card is still easily accessible and completely flush when inserted. The rounded edges make the Pi feel smaller than other cases.

  20. 5 out of 5

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    If you’re looking for just a basic case and at an affordable price, this is it. This is a great case, especially for the money. I was worried about the casing of the HDMI plug maybe not fitting right under the overhang of the case, but that ended up not being an issue. Everything fits perfectly.

  21. 4 out of 5

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    Does the job but someone did mention that the screws strip when attaching the two pieces of the case. One did for me but other than that, this is a simple case.

  22. 5 out of 5

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    Nice fit, sleek looks. The SD Card slot could be missed, as reported elsewhere, but it is easy to feel when it is seated correctly.
    Slight drawback – no camera cable slot. Not a concern as it doesn’t claim this feature.

  23. 5 out of 5

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    One thing I didn’t realize when buying – there are 4 screws that keep this thing together. I have a different plastic case that just snaps together, and getting it apart is a PITA. That one fact will make me buy this same case if I ever need one in the future.

  24. 5 out of 5

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    It’s functional and cheap for a B+ or 2. I wouldn’t buy it if overclocking or doing any IO but works perfectly if you just need a cheap computer and some USB. Uses screws to close which is nice because I personally hate snap fit.

  25. 5 out of 5

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    Nice case! Works with both the B+ and RPI2 B. Nice and compact. The only thing I don’t like about it is there is not really a way to wall mount this.

  26. 5 out of 5

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    It worked great with my Raspberry Pi 2. All of the holes for connectors lined up perfectly. There is an end piece that slides in before you snap the top and bottom together. This smallest end piece of the case is perforated to allow heat to escape. Once you insert the board and snap it all together put the four included screws in the bottom to keep it together. It looks nice when all put together. I can easily remove and insert the micro SD card.

  27. 4 out of 5

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    Very well designed case for the second-generation Model B. Simple design that blends well when paired next to a TV in a living room or bedroom environment. Currently used with a model B, 32gb micro-SD and Minix keyboard as a OSMC Kodi Media Center.

  28. 5 out of 5

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    Fits perfectly, no hitches. I just wanted a simple case, I won’t be overclocking, no need for heat sinks or anything fancy. Everything is precise, and it was a pleasure to drop my Pi in here.

  29. 5 out of 5

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    (Using this on a Raspberry Pi 2) I opted for this over some of the other terrible plastic clamshell cases that somehow cost $12+ at places like MicroCenter. At first I had trouble getting some of the ports to align (especially the USB/Network side), and was worried I’d have to snap off a tab or get the Dremel out. The trick seemed to be to use a bit more pressure than I was expecting to seat the board GPO-side up into the bottom plate. Once it’s kind of snapped into place, the top cover fits snugly with the same amount of pressure applied.

    In use, it’s a pretty perfect case unless you’re trying to make a statement with your RPi2. Holds together, haven’t had any overheating that I know of, and the ever-so-slightly rubberized matte finish feels a whole lot better than other cheap options out there.

  30. 5 out of 5

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    This is the best raspberri pi case! Fits pefectly, has a cooling grill on one side and just looks good.
    Has a nice flat surface so you can use double sided tape if you want to permanently install it somewhere.
    Also has good access to the micro sd port.
    It does not offer acees to the gpio or the internal headers but that’s something a little modding can fix.

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