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Griffin Survivor Case for iPad 2/3/4 - Pink

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Pink/Black
  • Independently tested and certified to meet conditions outlined in US Department of Defense MIL-STD-810
  • 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 (Test: up to 18 m/sec for 1 hour)
  • Silicone cladding blocks vibration (Test: 18 hrs at 20 to 2000 Hz)
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Griffin Survivor Case for iPad 2/3/4 - Pink + Griffin Survivor Military Duty Case with Stand for iPad 2 and the new iPad (iPad 3) - Pink + Griffin Survivor Military Tested Case for iPhone 4 /4S - Pink
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Product Information

Colour Name: Pink/Black
Technical Details
BrandGriffin
Item Weight18 g
Product Dimensions2.3 x 19.7 x 25.4 cm
Item model numberGB35379
ColorPink/Black
  
Additional Information
ASINB0085M1LL2
Best Sellers Rank 10,438 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight431 g
Date First Available13 Jun 2012
  
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Product Description

Colour Name: Pink/Black

Product Description

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 hinged 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.

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Griffin Survivor Case for iPad (2/3/4) in Pink/Pink

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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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156 of 157 people found the following review helpful By HollowSpy on 23 Aug 2011
Colour Name: Black
Been using this for about three weeks now, a breakdown on my thoughts in this time...

Build quality: it comes as a two piece item. An internal plastic cage with a clear screen protector holds the iPad, and a thick rubber shell fits very snuggly around this. It has been designed to fit together very well. I do take the claims on water, sand and wind with a pinch of salt, but I would say that I am a lot less worried about damaging it now.

Access to buttons: there are flaps to the various sockets and these are easy enough to open. I am not 100% sure on the one for the mic at the top, as it seems a little flimsy compared to the others. However, the buttons for volume, sleep and menu have been engineered very well indeed. In fact, altering the volume is much easier than without the case on. The front camera is permanently available, and the rear one has a flap you need to hold back if you want to take a shot (but as the weakest feature of the iPad, it's only good for videos). One big drawback for me is that although you can get the standard dock connector on fine, you cannot get the camera connector kit on without dismantling the whole thing. A right royal pain as I use this quite regularly.

Look and feel: ok, so you can get rid of the "look at my ipad2, isn't it slim and light" attitude with this. However, you can replace it with a "look this bad beast" smugness. It looks secure, it looks safe, and, in my opinion, it looks kind of cool in a rugged way. The rubber feels great and grippy, it's textured well with a soft, tactile surface.

Screen protector: I like the idea of a screen protector, but it was a bit `squeaky' when using the device, and it seemed to offer some resistance. I had read on one review that it could scratch easily.
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116 of 117 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 28 Oct 2011
Colour Name: Black
I bought this as a protection for my disabled sons Ipad2 which we bought for him as a comunication aide. He is apt to drop things and bang them down, so a good all round protection is needed.
The Griffin GB02480 Survivor Military Duty Case with Stand for iPad 2 meets all our needs and I would recomend it to anyone with simular needs.
Griffin GB02480 Survivor Military Duty Case with Stand for iPad 2
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By tal on 7 Jan 2013
Colour Name: Blue/Black Verified Purchase
I went for this Griffin Survivor Ipad cover for my 4th Gen New Ipad. My Ipad did fit the cover but it wasnt as secure as I had hoped. I was after the outer screen protective layer to fit with clamshell type claspings to the body of the cover. I returned this product because I felt it was a cheap design with not much thought gone into the construction despite claiming to hold military spec durability. I later learnt through Griffin customer services that they have updated their model for 2012 and they recommended product code GB35108 that held the ipad in place with the 4 clamshell type claspings. I have ordered GB35108 and we'll see soon how it stands up to the hype.
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84 of 89 people found the following review helpful By raga on 16 April 2012
Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
I have 2 children with autism and wanted the most robust case I could find to protect their ipads. As the have severe learning disabilities, they dont understand the concept of being careful with things yet.
In the 2 weeks they have been using their ipads with the survivor case, it has been dropped a fair few times on both carpeted and a tiled floor and on stairs, with no damage to the ipad.
I am so relieved to have found something that lets them use the ipad as a communication and learning tool, without having to be a nervous wreck about them handling it.
I would recommend it to anyone with young children or children with special needs.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. G. Mahendiran on 11 Sep 2012
Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
This is an impressive case offering significant protection with a two-layer design, however be warned that it adds quite a bit of bulk and weight to the new ipad. The quality is high and the fit is perfect with dedicated cut outs or flaps for cameras (Front and back), volume rocker, on/off switch, speaker and dock connector. Whilst I have not tested it, I am inclined to believe that it would remain dry if exposed to rain.

There is a plastic screen protector built into the front. It succeeds in protecting the Ipad from the rain but it reduces the responsiveness of the ipad screen somewhat - it works perfectly if you apply a little greater force than normal but if you expect to use feather light touches, I would say that around 20% of the time, gestures are missed through the built in protector.

More problematic however is that the screen protector occludes the sharpness and clarity of the retina display - the screen is still clearly visible but the crispness and beauty of the retina display is lost somewhat.

Whilst the screen protector protects the ipad screen from fingerprints, it picks up fingerprints itself. The other issue is that it marks very easily and once this has happened, there is no way to repair this.

The one great thing however is that the screen protector can be removed as it is attached to the front of the case with double sided sticky tape. If you buy a dedicated screen protector that does not reduce responsiveness or cloud the retina display, you can remove the plastic one built in the case. This would however make it less waterproof.
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