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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. 4 out of 5

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    This is a good starter case. The build quality is ok but the screws that hold the case together strip out easily or are already stripped when you get the case. I had no problems with the ports lining up correctly with this case and even with stripped out screws the case stayed together just fine. Also I found the micro sd slot a bit tricky to get the card in and out of. I dig the style and small size of the case and would still recommend this case even with its small issues.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    A sturdy case with a top notch fit.

    The vented plate that covers the sd card end is removable if like me you need room for a ribbon cable.

  3. 4 out of 5

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    Cheap, small form factor, and looks great. I have two Pis with this case and I love it. Only complaint I have is that it doesn’t come with rubber feet or have a way to mount it somewhere. Will keep using these on Pis that don’t need access to the on board pins.

  4. 5 out of 5

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    Solid simple unassuming little case that is perfect for what I need. This case uses four tiny screws to keep itself closed and requires a bit more manual dexterity than some cases to get closed, but once it is it is rock solid. It has a nice smooth surface that looks to take a custom sticker nicely. I’ll be buying a lot more of these!

  5. 5 out of 5

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    Does exactly what I expected it to. Fits my Raspberry Pi 2 perfectly, and assembled very easily. Plastic feels pretty solid and I’m not worried about throwing it in my laptop bag and toting it around if I have to.

  6. 5 out of 5

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    Very well designed plastic case. Raspberry Pi models indicated fit like a well made glove, the recessed access to HDMI, and micro USB ports has nice clearance for even bulkier HDMI connectors (I use a HDMI to VGA converter that has a slightly bigger than normal HDMI connector with no issue).

    Screws are tiny so care must be taken when installing them, case is not designed for access to GPIO header or flex connectors for Pi camera, the micro SD card can slip under the PCB instead of into the socket on Pi if you are not careful when inserting it. Also the sole ventilation is via the side opposite the Ethernet and USB ports (where micro SD card is inserted) so overclocking may cause some heat issues.

    I would highly recommend to anyone using their Pi for tiny media server or little Linux box purposes, and since the GPIO header isn’t exposed virtually no dust should accumulate on the Pi’s pcb.

  7. 5 out of 5

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    It took a little bit to get the pi in there but it fits like a glove. Case is slim and with the screws, will stay on there until I take it off. It is sleek and all the ports are easy to access.

  8. 5 out of 5

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    I own 4 of them now and they are the best cases I’ve ever used for any model of Raspberry Pi. They screw together so there isn’t random loose wiggling of the board like I’ve found with every other case I own. The SD card is easily accessible. All of the ports are easily accessible and fit snugly into the case. They are barely larger than the Raspberry Pi they are trying to protect so they don’t waste a lot of space. There is still room inside for small heat sinks if you want to use them.

    I have 6 Raspberry Pi computers and if JBtek made these for the older Raspberry Pi (Model B 256MB and Model B 512MB) I’d buy them just so I could throw away the cases those are in. (I looked, and they don’t seem to, but I could be mistaken on this.)

  9. 4 out of 5

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    Cleanest looking case for the Pi I’ve seen yet. Screws will strip very easily though so don’t go gorilla hands on that screwdriver during assembly.

  10. 5 out of 5

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    Very solid and inexpensive case. I had a problem fitting the Raspberry Pi B+ in it until I realized I needed to put it in at an angle and then slide it down to ‘lock’ it in place

  11. 3 out of 5

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    This is an OK Raspberry Pi case, but it has one significant design flaw. Worse, the Amazon listing lies about the case in a way that makes the one flaw worse.

    On the bright side, this is a stylish and elegant Raspberry Pi case. The Pi easily slides into it and fits perfectly. The rounded edges, the recessed port area, and the way the SD card sits flush with the surface when inserted mean that it is a good case for people that need to throw their Pi into a bag or other place where it might snag on things in a case with more edges and protrusions. This is a very simple case, one that gets the job done.

    Unfortunately, the listing for it is misleading. It says the case is a “two-piece injection-moulded ABS enclosure that snaps together.” However, the case I received is a three-piece plastic enclosure that has to be screwed together with four screws. The extra piece is not a deal-breaker (though mine was installed upside-down when I received it) but the screws may be for some people. They require you to have a tiny Size 1 screwdriver on hand to assemble the case, which is mentioned nowhere in the listing. And because you are screwing tiny screws directly into plastic, the screws and plastic are going to strip if you have to disassemble and reassemble this case more than a few times.

    And that would not be as big of a problem if not for this case’s major design flaw: It leaves a large enough gap below the microSD card slot to slide the microSD card into. The microSD card must be COMPLETELY flush with the top of the slot in the case. If you incorrectly slot the SD card even a millimeter further down, it will fall into the bowels of the case, and the only way to get it out is to disassemble it. Which would be an annoyance but not a significant one except that this case can only withstand being disassembled and reassembled a few times due to the screws.

  12. 5 out of 5

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    A simple, no-frills case for the Raspberry Pi. If you plan to use the Pi that won’t need the GIPO, Camera, and Display ports on the board, then this case is for you. I currently use it as a front-end for the OMV NAS solution.

  13. 5 out of 5

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    Excellent case and price. Edges of case are flush with inputs. Comes with screws to tighten the case around the Pi. Wish I had gotten it sooner.

  14. 5 out of 5

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    I have two of these now. They screw securely together and look and feel awesome! I used to use an old transparent box case and these look SOOO much better.

  15. 4 out of 5

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    I love this case, with one minor exception. I love the sleek, clean look of it. Exactly what I wanted for an HTPC & Emulator setup where this will be somewhat visible. This isn’t a case if you need access to some of the peripheral interfaces or GPIO. The microSD access is easy and is flush with the vented side. The vented side is great and you can just spy the LEDs through them. The way it’s designed, the vent can be removed, which I don’t need, but I appreciate the design. My only complaint is that the screws so easily strip the plastic. I am always conscientious about screwing metallic screws into plastic, and I gave the screws just the gentlest of turns, but two of the screws just kept turning; stripped.

    One bonus feature that would be nice would be some very small clear plastic indicators incorporated on the side that would more easily display the LED statuses.

  16. 4 out of 5

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    This is one of the best looking cases for the Pi. It gives a finished, professional look. This case does not give access to the GPIO, so don’t use this case if you need that for projects. If you are using it as a micro PC or for XBMC, it’s perfect. The only issue you may have is getting the Pi aligned in the bottom part of the case because of the recess around the HDMI/audio/power ports. It just requires a little patience to rock the Pi into place. Once there, it’s snug and secure and the ports are all perfectly lined up with the case. Four screws hold the top and bottom together through the four holes in the Pi board. The vented faceplate sits in a groove between the two sides and has an opening near the bottom to expose the micro-SD slot. The plastic is not thick, but is solid. It will hold up to regular use and survive bumps and drops.

  17. 5 out of 5

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    Best design I have seen if you don’t add any boards or external cables. Makes your project look like it is a professional device. Also much more comfortable to slip in your pocket for on the go development.

    Would love to see the designers come up with as clean a design for a Pi 2 with a PiFace board.

  18. 3 out of 5

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    The description says it “snaps together around” the RPi. It does not “snap”. It is designed to fit around the RPi, but there’s no snap, and by that I mean it does NOT hold itself together around the RPi. This was a reason I bought it, because I hate cases that need you to screw it together to secure it. I prefer a case that closes around the RPi and “clicks” together and holds itself on, because I sometimes need access to the RPi and don’t want to mess with unscrewing the case. My first RPi case was one that snapped around the RPi and didn’t need screws, but that was for a Model B, and now I need one for the B+/2B+.

    Other than this, it seems to fit well, and it’s nice and compact. I think the description is misleading about the “snap”.

  19. 5 out of 5

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    This case is simple, sleek, and bargain priced. It doesn’t include a slot for a GPIO ribbon cable, but for my particular case, that didn’t matter. If you’re looking for a simple, easy-to-use case, this is the way to go.

  20. 5 out of 5

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    I have several RPI cases, ranging from “cheap and flimsy” to “is this a case or a puzzle” — This case hit the mark.

    It has a classy and purposeful look, rather more like a “device” than a “gizmo” — I’d buy the same one in aluminum if it were available. If your application involves looking good without drawing attention, this is the one.

    Port access is good – the micro-usb power port has clearance for a reasonably sized molded cable end, and the “almost exposed” micro-SD slot on the end is just right.

    Nicely done. Buy one already!

  21. 5 out of 5

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    I bought this case based on previous reviews.

    My intended use (HTPC) does not need any access to the GPIO ports. Having these covered up is a plus for my application!

    The RPi2 fits easily, with a minimum of fuss. All ports line up exactly as intended.

    I *HIGHLY* recommend using small, precision type screwdrivers to put the case together. Slow and consistent torque got all four screws fully seated with NO STRIPPING of the threads. None of the screws failed to seat properly (used a criss-cross pattern while firmly holding both halves of the shell together). Stripping the threads is easy to do if you apply too much force.

    If you have any apprehension, try practicing with the screws of an old cassette tape (remember those)? The self tapping screws used here are slightly longer, but need just the same finesse.

    I love this case, does exactly what I need and looks awesome while doing it. I could order another half dozen!

  22. 5 out of 5

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    Great tight fit on my new RPi2. Gives the Pi a really distinctive, slick look, with great access to all the ports. It’ll block the GPIO, if your application requires it, but the end by the Micro-SD port comes out, so you can run a cable through. I’ll be getting more of these as I pile up more Pi’s.

  23. 4 out of 5

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    Very nice sleek design. Still not sure if there will be heat issues with the Pi 2, but will continue to monitor. This is most definitely my favorite case for the model B form factor.

  24. 5 out of 5

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    Awesome case for digital signage. As far as the screw problem mentioned in other reviews, a little wax or oil on the screw makes it easier to tighten snugly without stripping.

  25. 5 out of 5

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    I like this case. The fit the a little tight but that’s because the case is very compact. I have to angle my Raspberry Pi 2 board it but it wasn’t a big problem. It’s feels well build. Goods look, yet affordable.

  26. 5 out of 5

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    Fits my Raspberry Pi 2 perfectly for what I’m using it for. Getting the board to fit is slightly tricky. Involves angling the board a bit to slide it in. For those that need the CSI/DSI/GPIO pins might want to look elsewhere.

  27. 5 out of 5

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    Sleek case. Comes with screws that hold the Pi in place as well as keep the two halves of the shell together, which I thought was a nice touch. MicroSD card is accessible too.

  28. 4 out of 5

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    It’s cheap and not necessarily fancy, but it fits the bill. My feelings about it are more “it’s okay,” however given the price and my low expectations I think four stars is fair. As other reviewers have pointed out, you will want some sort of tiny screwdriver set for this – one intended for glasses is perfect. Just don’t go crazy on the screws and you won’t strip them.

  29. 4 out of 5

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    Nice fitting small case if you want the to use the Pi as just a little computer. The cons are that it doesn’t offer any access to the GPIO or any way to mount the case (without drilling your own new holes) which means it isn’t great for any imbedded project.

  30. 5 out of 5

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    I got this case, partly because of the low price and partly because I’ve got several of those clear lucite-style cases you self assemble. Though they look cool, those clear cases always seem to break on me when putting them together.

    This case, I can happily say is a quality piece. The RasPi 2 fits perfectly, and it went together with a minimum of fuss. Gives a nice, finished look to the RasPi 2. Makes it look like a fabulous.

    The only thing it’s lacking is a way to better see the status lights. You can see them through the holes in the grill on the one side (opposite the NIC and USB ports), but not very well and not in any way that explains what they are/mean.

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