Black Raspberry Pi 2, 3, B+ Case

4.12 out of 5 based on 83 customer ratings
(83 customer reviews)

Raspberry Pi Case (Black) fits Raspberry Pi 3, 2 and B+

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$14.99 $9.99


Product Description

An Elegant, high-end case for your Raspberry Pi. Fully assembled, this case is as solid as can be. Featuring a removable lid for easy access to all connections with allowance for cable routing with lid in place for a clean appearance. Two camera mounting options (on the base or hidden beneath the lid) make this the perfect case for use with a camera.

  • Fully updated for Raspberry Pi 3
  • Two sets of LED ports to accommodate Pi 3 as well as Pi 2 & B+
  • Heat sink openings for both CPU and LAN chip
  • Removable lid, access all connections
  • High-gloss finish, surface mountable

* Not suitable for the Model A/A+ boards or the original format Model B.

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83 reviews for Black Raspberry Pi 2, 3, B+ Case

  1. 5 out of 5


    Looks sleek! My RetroPie is looking good playing those old school games! Totally would recommend.

  2. 4 out of 5


    The opening for the main CPU does not line up with the CPU on type 2 boards. Also, would be nice to be able to see power and cpu activity lights from the outside (need to open the case to view them).

  3. 2 out of 5


    Its hard to place the raspberry pi inside because you cannot see if it is fitting correctly. I decided to purchase a clear case instead.

  4. 1 out of 5


    Well returned it. The box says Black but it was white. It was really nice, but the processor doesn’t line up with the hole.

  5. 2 out of 5


    Doesn’t fit RPi2 out of box.

    After about half an hour of fiddling I was able to find which pieces of the case were conflicting with the RPi2 board and remove them with pliers.

    This case should not be advertised as compatible with the RPi2

  6. 4 out of 5


    I got this case for my Raspberry Pi 2 Model B. Visually it has a very attractive glossy finish with the Raspberry Pi logo on top. It has cutouts for each port, air holes underneath, and little rubber feet on the bottom (the feet are very thin). The feet stick to surfaces well, but it’s almost too sticky.

    The bottom piece has two little tabs on one end of the case that the Pi pcb needs to be slid under to hold it better in place. The bottom and middle piece were already a tight fit without the Pi so after putting the Pi in, it can be a little hard to put the middle piece on. With the middle piece on, all of the ports were perfectly cutout except the microSD slot. You can still put a microSD in easily, but getting it out is a bit harder. Without removing the Pi from the case I was able to remove the microSD by pushing down very slightly on the DSI display connector (do not use a lot of force or you may damage the Pi) and it came out. This is not an issue for me though since I rarely if ever need to take my microSD out. Another slight issue is that the CPU cutout is not that accurate. The CPU’s top and left sides are partially covered. This was not a problem for me, but it may be a problem if you want to use a heat-sink. Finally the top pops on, but you can only put it on one way because of the cutouts in the middle piece.

    Overall I really like the case aside from its little quirks. It keeps my Pi 2 protected while looking very nice.

  7. 4 out of 5


    I would give it 5 stars but the top of the case just assemble pressing both sections of the case and just the pressure keeps it in place there is not clip or screw to hold it secure

  8. 5 out of 5


    Very nice case. Stylish and solid. Raspberry Pi fits in nicely.

  9. 5 out of 5


    Yes, they actually did update the fit for the Pi 2. The updated version is a significant improvement over the original. Now, there is no modification modification of the case necessary to fit the Pi 2. Inserting and removing a microSD is a tight fit but completely usable, unlike the original B+ case.

    One thing to note is that the opening over the CPU is still not quite aligned. You may have difficulties if you wish to use a heatsink on your Pi 2. As I do not use a heat sink, this is not an issue for me.

  10. 4 out of 5


    The case is cool and sturdy. Its easy to snap on and place the RPI2 on. Only concern is that the slot/cut slot for heat sink is a little off, and i had to place the heat sink a little off position on it.

  11. 4 out of 5


    I do like this case, but if you are going to use heatsinks you will need to do some cutting to make room for them.
    Other than that, Its a really great case. Its solid and well made. I will more than likely order a few more for my projects.

  12. 5 out of 5


    Protect your Pi with this convenient case.

  13. 4 out of 5


    Pretty darn nice case but it is barely mountable as it states. The mounting holes are under the board so the only way I see that you can mount it, is to screw it to something, and then put the board in. It is a little tricky to get the board in place even when its not mounted to something so I didn’t use the mounting holes. Instead I went with velcro. I know that kinda sucks. Also, if you are wanting to mount it upside down, I can see where a slight bump can cause the whole thing to come apart and let your board hit the floor. I put a small piece of electrical tape on mine just as a precaution. With this all being said, for a case in this price range, it really is a good deal. I wish they had made the mounting holes a little different. Maybe a dovetail adapter would have been better.

    – Lots of air flow
    – Looks super cool
    – Built fairly solid
    – Priced well

    – Mounting holes are under the board.
    – Little tricky to get the board in place
    – No screws holding it together so it can come apart if dropped

  14. 5 out of 5


    Great case for my Pi 2 no complaints

  15. 5 out of 5


    This is an excellent looking case, Nice organization and a goo fit.
    good access to the internal connection pins and external cables in general. One “small” issue is that the hole over the processor is slightly off so if you want to put a heatsink on there you may have just a bit of “modding” to do so.
    some items are pricy and not worth the extra, others, well, you pay a bit more but you get something for the extra cost, like this case.
    I ordered an extra already šŸ˜‰

  16. 4 out of 5


    Hi OmniPi,

    I just recently purchased the Raspberry PI 2 Ultimate Starter Kit that comes with the black case. I order it on Fri, May 22 and it came in on Sat, May 23. For the past day I been having trouble trying to fit the rpi pcb into the black case. I seem to be running into similar problems as the other reviewers for this case. Please take a look at the following screenshot to determine if I do have a defected case.


  17. 4 out of 5


    I love the case but the Raspberry Pi 2 board doesn’t line up properly. The inputs are slightly off and the SD card input slot won’t allow the SD card to come out. It gets stuck due to the off fitment of the case. If I keep the case I will have to make some adjustments to the case to allow it to fit properly. Also, when you fit the Raspberry Pi 2 board in the case it bends the card a little when put the top on. If these adjustments can be corrected, the case would be great. I like it but it just might be too much trouble to try and fix the fitment issue.

  18. 3 out of 5


    The case is very nice and seems well built however it doesn’t 100% fit the Raspberry Pi 2. I had to shave down a little bit of the plastic that holds the circuit board since it pushes against something on the bottom of the board. The holes for the CPU (and other chips onboard) in the case don’t line up and the case isn’t deep enough to allow me to add all the heatsinks I ordered. I will make a game server on it; which is why I bought the heatsinks. I’ll end up ordering another case so it all fits correctly. I’ll add some screenshots later.

    Would I order again? Yes if it was a Raspberry Pi 2 specific case. I noticed on the box it came in one sticker said for Raspberry Pi B+ and a second one listed Raspberry Pi B+ and 2.

  19. 5 out of 5


    Excellent case. Rubber feet, nice fitment for the pi2.

  20. 3 out of 5


    Good enough, but the opening for the chip is a little off center for my pi 2. Still, does the job and I can fit the heatsink on anyway.

  21. 3 out of 5


    Looks nice but my RPI 2 doesn’t seem to fit looks like there is an extra drop of plastic in corner near SD slot and opposite power input hole. This prevents the board from aligning properly in the sled. If the board fit I’d give it a five but until I trim the excess its a paperweight

  22. 3 out of 5


    Looks nice but mines didn’t fit very well. The 2 clips that holds down the board pushes the board too much down so it does not lay flat and causing rpi to bend. The SD card is also inaccessible now due to the alignment. Maybe I got a bad one.

  23. 5 out of 5


    Very nice case. Stylish and solid. Raspberry Pi fits in nicely.

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