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Speck Products iPod Video ToughSkin w/ Belt Clip - Black

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  • One-of-a-kind design customizes rubberized skin for extreme lifestyles
  • Rugged design for optimum protection
  • Screen protector and belt clip
  • Access to all hardware features without removing the case
  • Compatibility: iPod Video
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Technical Details
Brand NameSpeck
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions2.2 x 6.2 x 9 inches
Item model numberIV-BLACK-TS
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000BV7ZPG
Shipping Weight7 ounces
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 23, 2004
  
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Product Description

The ToughSkin ruggedized iPod cover provides rugged protection and fashion for your 30/60gb iPod video. Its one-of-a-kind design customizes the popular rubberized skin for extreme lifestyles. Includes ToughSkin, belt clip and screen protector. Fits both the 30 gig and 60 gig iPod video.

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Customer Reviews

This case is so durable and does a great job of protecting the iPod.
K. Hill
For durability and protecting you Ipod from damage of shock from being dropped, the Speck ToughSkin can't be beat!
J. H. from Chicago
The plastic to cover the screen, dangles around a little bit, wont fall out, but doesnt stay in place either.
Oliver Skinner

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

114 of 117 people found the following review helpful By LCi on January 14, 2006
Bought this case (the black one since I bought the black 60 GB iPod) at a nearby Apple store, and I gotta say that I'm very glad I went with this case. I had a really hard time deciding between Agent 18 Videoshield or this Speck Toughskin, but the extra 10 bucks for the Speck Toughskin is worth the confidence/stress relief that I might accidently drop/scratch my only two week old iPod. I like the fact that it leaves enough space on the top and bottom for the hold, headphones, and usb ports, but not too much that it looks kinda empty on the top. And also, the black rubber doesn't look dirty/attract dust unlike a lot of other cases. For the 30 GB people, there's an extra padding of rubber to put on the back of the iPod to fit it into the case nicely. For the 60 GB, don't use the extra padding or else it won't fit into the case. The case comes with a screen cover that I like because it doesn't actually touch the iPod screen (but gotta be careful whenever taking it out and vice versa); no scroll cover, but doesn't matter because I kept the original protector for the front that came with my iPod. One more thing, there's a lil clear plastic thing that sticks out at the back (for the belt clip), but I use it (with the belt clip) as a stand whenever I want to watch movies or something without holding the iPod up/tilted all the time. I will post up some pictures of the case if I have time. Great product!

(If still unsure about which case to buy, go to apple.com and find the many cases available at the online store and read the reviews there.)
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69 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Wilson Ng on December 30, 2005
Yeah, it makes the iPod a little bulkier but I am so glad I got a ToughSkin. The rubber bumpers on the side help protect it against drops. The rubber casing gives me a better grip on the iPod.

I've tried some of the other cases. Some were just a thin layer of rubber that helps protect against scratches mostly.

I had another one that was made of solid aluminum but the hinges snapped.

I wish my friend got a ToughSkin but he dropped his iPod video after only 2 days. Apple won't replace it because it was user damage. It would've stood a better chance if he had encased it in a ToughSkin.

I have complete confidence in my ToughSkin.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Adam Block on January 16, 2006
I really love the case. I was in a hurry to get something to protect my 60GB 5G iPod, and this was all I could find, so I just bought it. I was wooried about how bulky it was, but after having it for several weeks I really love it. The hard cover screen protector does it's job very well and with the rubber casing that resembles a tire tread, I can put my my at ease knowing a soft fall or bump won't cause any damage to an expensive device such as the iPod. It does make a nice sleek ipod bulky and heavy, but I'm happily willing to deal with that for the peace of mind it provides.

My only complaint is in regards to the belt clip. I had trouble from the get-go getting comfortable that the iPod was "clicking" into the clip, so I'd always check it to make sure my iPod wasn't loose and subject to falling off. After only 3 weeks, I hit it a bit funny, and the thing snapped off. In looking at the pieces of the clip, it is really made with a cheap plastic material and this should be better for the price.

On the otherhand, I appreciate how the belt clip connector that attaches to the iPod is something that is completely stable within the case, and is not screwed or stuck on in a manner that will come loose over time.

Overall, a very solid case that puts my mind at ease. However, the belt clip should be improved for future products.

Final "reminder" of sorts. You can not put the iPod into a docking device (universal dock, iHome, and other accesories) with the case on, it's simply way too big. If that is important to you, you will need to take it out of the case each time...which is a bit cumbersome in my opinion, and probably will weaken the rubber case over time.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A. Page on June 12, 2006
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This cover fits so well, you'll come think it was part of the original iPod. I toss my 60G Video iPod into my laptop case to take it to work; into my gym bag to take it to the gym; I move it around on my 'less than clean' desk. I was worried about scratching up the screen and the finish of the iPod so I shopped around for a case that would protect it and offer some extra protection for occasional drops(none yet... knock on wood). No pun intended, this case was the 'perfect fit'.

It takes a little bit of effort to slide the iPod into it and slip the screen protector over, but it is WELL worth it. Make sure that the outside of your iPod is clean before you put it in, just to prevent any stray piece of grit scratching up the case or screen as you slide it in.

The case is thick rubberized material with a nice grippy feel. Because it is more clingy to surfaces than the polished metal back of the iPod I'm certain that it has saved my iPod on several occasions from being knocked off the desk. It adds a nice solid feel to my iPod without interfering with access to the ports, lock switch or click-wheel.

I would recommend that when you charge your iPod that you take it out of the case though. Heat build up can degrade the battery(which is why you shouldn't leave it in your car in the sun either). However that is true for any external case.

Another thing that you might want to do is remove the post the belt clip snaps too. My iPod spends zero time on my belt, and is usually found on my desk, so the post for me an is annoyance. the material stretches quite easily and it's a simple matter to pull the small end through the hole that it goes into.
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