Feb10 | 2011
categories: Griffin Gear, New | tags: , , ,

Our strongest iPhone and iPod touch case is here

The toughest case for iPhone and iPod

We’ve been hard at work and are proud to say that we’ve made our most rugged case for iPhone 4 and iPod touch. Ever. We call it Survivor!

Designed and tested to meet or exceed US Department of Defense Standard 810F and UK Department of Defense Standard 00-35, Our Survivor Extreme Duty Case is designed from the inside out to protect your iPhone or iPod from extreme conditions…dirt, sand, rain, shock, vibration, and a host of other environmental factors. Simply put, it’s the most protective case we have ever made.

We’ve built Survivor on a shatter-resistant polycarbonate frame clad in rugged, shock-absorbing silicone. A built-in screen protector seals the Multi-Touch display from the outside environment, while hinged plugs seal the dock connector, headphone port, hold switch, volume controls, and camera. A detachable heavy-duty clip secures iPhone or iPod to a belt or bag strap.

Watch the video to see what kind of abuse we put this poor case through. Are you convinced?

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0XJtbYaEbM

Learn more about Survivor and our new Armored collection now.

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  • Mcmoore0824

    Where can i find a dock the extreme conditions case will fit into?

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  • JEDeLauche

    My husband bought this case. It seems rugged and will be able to protect his iPod. Our negative issues with the product: 1. The print on the info in the box is extremely small. We both needed to use a magnifying glass along with our glasses to read the text. 2. The illustrated instructions do not include anything about how to remove the opaque protection from the clear screen. 3. After finally pulling up a corner of the opaque screen protection with the tip of a knife, and pulling it off, it was apparent that the clear plastic screen was covered in many little scratches. I realize the clear plastic would become scratched over time, with use, but I feel it is very poor manufacturing quality control to send the product out with the screen covered in scratches. The American Society of Quality has standards which can be followed by a manufacturing regarding a low level of scratches on a product that is to be scratch-free (or have very minimal scratching) after manufacture.