|Screen Size||9.7 inches|
Griffin GB02480 Survivor Extreme-duty Military case for the new iPad (4th Generation), iPad 3 and iPad 2, Black
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- Independently tested and certified to meet conditions outlined in US Department of Defense MIL-STD-810F and UK Department of Defense Def-Stan 00-35
- Integral Display shield deflects wind and rain (Test: up to 200 mm/hr for 1 hour)
- Rigid internal frame protects against shocks and drops (Test: drop on flat concrete surface from 6'/1.8 m)
- Sealed ports block blown sand and dust (up to 18 m/sec for 1 hour)
- Silicone cladding blocks vibration (18 hrs at 20 to 2000 Hz)
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Ridiculously over-engineered? Or the perfect case for your iPad no matter where you're headed? We think it's a little bit of both. Simply put, the Griffin Survivor Case is the most protective case we've ever built. Tested and certified to meet or exceed US Department of Defense Standard 810F, Griffin's Survivor Military-Duty Case is designed from the inside out to protect your iPad from extreme conditions ... dirt, sand, rain, shock, vibration and a host of other environmental factors. Survivor is built on a shatter-resistant polycarbonate frame clad in rugged, shock absorbing silicone. A built-in screen protector seals your Multi-Touch display from the outside environment, while plugs seal the dock connector, camera lens, headphone port, hold switch and volume controls. The included stand clips on, then folds open for landscape viewing and typing. Survivor is independently tested and verified to meet or exceed environmental testing standards for blown rain, blown dust and grit, vibration, shock, temperature and humidity. Griffin Technology began designing and manufacturing technical solutions with an innovative flair in 1992. They have since grown to become one of the largest providers of accessories for personal computing and digital media. Griffin's approach has given birth to some of the best known accessories in the digital entertainment and personal computer markets, including the iTrip family of FM transmitters and the groundbreaking Evolve Wireless Sound System. Today, Griffin designs, manufactures and delivers useful and fun solutions for digital entertainment and personal computing to people in the Americas, Europe, and Asia, through major retailers and online.What's in the box: Technology Survivor Extreme-Duty Case for iPad 2 & new iPad (Black), Position Heavy-Duty Detachable Clip and 1-Year Limited Warranty.
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I actually had the older version of this case, but the glue holding the screen protector on it came loose after a year and a half of daily use. Nevertheless, I used my iPad in the EXACT SAME way, and NEVER had this issue. I even specifically remember dropping it out my hands, it bouncing off a counter top, and landing screen first on to my laminate kitchen floor, and it was perfectly fine!
The first time it happened I had it in my car while moving and just assumed it had gotten crushed by something ridiculously heavy. As such, I paid almost 200 dollars to have it fixed. However, after this, it's CRYSTAL CLEAR that the design of this case is DEEPLY flawed.
Once I replace the screen, AGAIN, I WILL THROW THIS CASE IN THE TRASH, and I will order a different one!
The only thing I'm now really a fan of is the covers for the Camera and speaker, etc because they can be a pain to get open and they generally don't like to lock into the slots to stay open so they tend to pop back close for the most part. I don't have any ripping of the rubber. It's help up well and has protected my iPad. At first before the case, I had it in one of Amazon's Rubber type carry cases. In fact it's this one at this link!
The problem is after owning my iPad for a couple weeks as I got out of my truck and just started walking down the walkway, the handle slipped from my hand. It didn't drop more then a couple feet, but it landed on the corner and the iPad actually cut a small hole into the case and it did damage my iPad right there just a bit. That's when I decided to get this Griffin Case. I still have that Amazon case and I still stick my iPad into the case when I bring it around from place to place, but it's also always in the Griffin case. Unless my iPad falls from a good height and lands on a pointed thing in the middle of the screen just right, this case looks like it can take some beating. There's extra thick rubber on the corners and even on the long sides on on the back.
Mine also came with a Plastic stand to stand up. It only works in one position. You can take it completely off if you want. I've had mine off for most of it's life, but recently have put it on and left it on. I rate this case a 7.5 out of 10. Most of the issues again is the rubber covered ports.
In July 2013, I read this 1000-plus-review section extensively beforehand, bought an item at $36, and returned it in August 2013 . Putting myself in your shoes, if the price is so cheap and it works, then it should be fine . (a) Thinking of budget, it is good, because it is a rubber protection of any kind for our iPad . (b) Morally, purchase by purchase we are supporting counterfeit business in our Amazon community, which will be more prevalent over time and harder to tell it apart, 'cause they will be good at it and find ways around it to make good money for themselves . Ah, they rip people off, specifically the owner of this product patent . Comfortable ? They deny every single individual from truth for the accumulation of money henceforth for themselves . Wouldn't it be fun for them to list it cheap and say it is a counterfeit AND be honest about it, rather than hiding behind the real products like this ? (c) Thus, I was angry because our integrity in Amazon community is compromised by this counterfeit culture that breaks our trust . I will waste my time more when I buy things on Amazon in the future and HAVE TO check it so THOROUGHLY, beating my purpose of buying things online at Amazon to focus just on price and review . Do I need to focus now whether an item is genuine or counterfeiting ?? O. M. G. !! If you do not have enough resources to counter this, and need a good-looking protection of any kind for your ipad, this is worth it . I do not know that every item here is counterfeiting or not, since I sampled only 1 of thousands of copies of this item . I knew only what I got .
...Yesterday, I walked into the brick-and-mortar store (Bxxx Bxx) on 62nd Street with their AC run at full blast, I began to be happy, it had this survivor case on sale from $80 to be $64, so I bought it . What a difference . I am not sure it would protect better, but it felt different than the item I have returned on Amazon, the box, the sticker, the texture of the case, and the finish of the case itself, etc . Ah, the integrity . I cannot say that it is superior because we have different circumstances in this purchase...'cause like many of you I feel that $64 is still expensive regardless of reasons and $36 is cheap enough to buy it without thinking much...but the item feels different . Wow . I would not buy this item again on Amazon as aforementioned .
Our purchasing circumstances should be different but do me a favor, mark your return date, and think about it when the time approaches, whether to return it or not . Keep your shipping box and the item package for now to return, and then I think it is the best solution for this . It doesn't hurt to treat this item as the exception to our typical Amazon buying experience . With love to the community :)