Griffin Survivor for iPad 2/3 Price
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Griffin Survivor Case for iPad - Black (GB35108-3)FREE DELIVERY - Orders over $200 to Capitals
Griffin Survivor for iPad 2/3 Review
The Griffin Survivor for iPad 2 and iPad 3 offers something that is not just pleasing to the eyes but is so much essential for the security of the gadget. It is known for possessing a lot of qualities that a protector should possess. Not only is it spectacular in terms of security but it definitely can boast on its physical attributes.
This “I’m a survivor” case is built with the shock absorbing silicone and the polycarbonate that is shatter-resistant at the same time. It comes with the features like the hinges that seal the dock connectors, the headphone’s port, as well as the volume controls and the built-in screen protector which looks pretty durable.
Most often than not, the issues that buzz this tablet case is about it not having the perfect fit or being too loose or maybe too fit. But what’s pretty fantastic about it is that it does not take your time just to get it removed. This makes it so easy to deal with and is actually a big edge as there are protector cases that literally take all the energy out of you just to get it to install. Yes, it may not be as easy as putting socks on your feet but it is so much easier to fit than others that are not made of rubber.
So basically, what the Griffin Survivor for iPad 2 and iPad 3 does is prevent the quick breakage or defectiveness of the tablet as it resists the dust, drops, shocks, wind, rain, vibrations, and other unnecessary attacks for the gadget. Even though most of the time the hinges become very easy to lift or open, there are instances wherein it becomes too tight that it takes some effort just to get it to open or close. It may be a good or a bad thing that the Griffin Survivor is kind of thicker and heavier than a lot of others. That may be the reason why it is bulkier than others in so many ways.
However, it’s not like the heaviness is unbearable as it very well is. In fact, you might find yourself saying, “It’s all good” as long as the protection that it can provide is as precise as can be. The Griffin Survivor comes with a stand that is pretty versatile that is why using it for different styles of using is not a nuisance at all. It has a way of comfortably attaching itself to the body of the case with its shaped exterior.
Not to say that the Griffin Survivor is the most perfect tablet case out there, it still has little drawbacks like the prismatic screen film, the high price as well as the microphone’s cover but it does not necessarily degrade the quality that this case has. Apparently, even though it was stated earlier that this one is kind of heavy, it is still actually much lighter than the Otterbox.
However, the stand which is one of its coolest features somewhat breaks pretty quickly. It’s easy to repair it but for what you actually get to pay just to experience this, it’s quite annoying.