- Reflex Zones in corners
- Slick exterior
- Easy snap-off access for docking
- Included Snap-On touch screen shield doubles as a viewing and typing stand
- Unique audio routers direct sound toward you for excellent listening pleasure
- Single layer dual density material (polycarbonate molded with TPE rubber)
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The Reflex Series Case for the iPad 2 has Reflex Zones in corners, a slick exterior, and an easy snap-off access for docking with a self-adhering clear screen protector and a single layer dual density material (polycarbonate molded with TPE rubber.
- Product Dimensions: 0.9 x 10.6 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B007OYANVQ
- Date first available at Amazon.com: March 27, 2012
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As for the screen protector. I love that it can turn into a stand for typing or viewing! That means you don't have to buy extra stuff. The even better part is, it protects the ipad. I understand having to put it on and off can be a pain, but if you're like me and go to college, and always moving around, it is great. It wont' get scratched in your backpack, and it gives overall protection.
If you're planning on protecting your ipad from everyday harm: Recommended
If you're planning on playing football with your ipad: You may want to go with the defender series.,
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-Nice look, minus the screen cover
-Made in the USA
-Feels a little cheap
The cover feels a little cheap, although anything made from plastic usually doesn't feel amazing. It is made in the USA, a really nice change! It's a little pricey, but I don't mind paying a little extra for American products. I have an Otterbox cover for my iPhone that I love, so I have a lot of faith in their products. It looks nice, but the screen cover is a little strange. It works well as a stand though. I'm sure this will be more durable than the thin snap on cover I had before. The real surprise was the sound port. I was skeptical, but it does a great job directing the sound. It's hard to block the sound no matter what position it's in. Really nice feature!
Good job team Otterbox!
UPDATE. This product did not last a year , split around the edges and fell apart, purchased one for my daughter and the same thing happened to hers, cannot be a coincidence. (I am a grandmother, so it was gently used). Contacted Otter Box as they were under warranty, ran into major issues with their customer service, who requested photo's of the broken pieces, as well as all the other purchase information (which is understandable) but would reply with the same generic letter requesting the same information over and over again. Finally after a month of submitting the requested information, 7 times for each item, plus having to be quite rude, i eventually got a supervisor who replaced them. Now I must add that the replacements are totally different from the originals, so it's possible that a lot more people had problems with them, and they had to make a major design change. The item does feel a lot sturdier than before, but won't know how it holds up, until owned for a while, I am hesitant to recommend, after my experience, but I believe there is not a lot of choice for a "good" protector on the market. Only time will tell, how this new one will hold up, but have dropped the once five stars to one for the time being,
- it covered the entire back part of the ipad at all times
- it was fairly durable (I once dropped it from about 2 feet and nothing broke
- it has rubber along the edges to try and be grippy
- it has a built in stand (in theory.)
- to actually use the ipad, you have to take off the front cover leaving the screen exposed and when I'm using the ipad is when I'm the most klutzy...so that's when I'm most likely to drop it... then there was nothing on the front so fingerprints and all of that go directly on the ipad.
- Also the front cover that converts to a stand creates a weird design that becomes permanently embedded in the glass after a while - not cool
- Heavy, bulky, annoying
- That whole front cover stand thing, I said "in theory" because it never seemed to work for me. There's only 2 possible ways it's going to be used and they never really work for regular viewing angles somehow. They were sharp (and it would fall forward - and with no protection on the front now causing damage to the screen, scratches etc.) or it was too far backwards that it wasn't super helpful.
The whole "pulling the cover up and over the corners every time I want to use my ipad" just seemed like a bad idea to begin with because eventually it got easier and easier to pull off. That seemed worrisome.