- Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 8 x 1 inches ; 1 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B004V9F61O
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- Item model number: APL2-IPAD2-D9-E4OTR
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The OtterBox Defender Series delivers an exclusive multi-layer style that keeps details and investments safe. No other case can withstand this degree of rough treatment. The Defender Series provides superior protection for tablets allowing total interaction by way of the case
I received my iPad 2 Defender Series case these days and I must state that I am incredibly disappointed at the quality and so known as "ruggedness". I have an OtterBox for my iPad (1st Gen), iPhone four, old iPhone 3GS and each 1 of my family members members cell phones and have in no way had an problem with paying the value for the superior good quality and protection, this time I really feel ripped off. From the flimsy 'polycarbonate' case, to the thin silicone cover this is at most an average item for a premium price. Each port cover on this is flimsy, does not seat nicely and creates a vulnerable point in the occasion of a 'mishap', not to mention that the top rated and bottom of the polycarbonate case is so flimsy that it feels as though it will snap off if handled wrong. Oh, and whats up with how fat this case is when the cover is on, it is thicker than my iPad 1st Gen in its Defender Series case, kind of defeats one particular of the selling points of the item they are attempting to shield... Up to this point I have been a large fan, supporter, and endorser of your OtterBox and their items, this yet, has really soured my opinion, primarily offered the wait for the release... What a let down!
1st off I'd like to say I love otterbox products my loved ones swears by outer box circumstances for all are cell phones (2: Blackberry curve's, iPod classic, iPod nano, initial gen iPhone, 3GS iPhone, to begin with gen iPad, and now iPad 2 all have defender series) I would very recommend any of otterbox cell telephone and the Initial gen iPad circumstances. (Note that when it came to the iPads I only advised the to begin with gen. And hears why.
When you had been a kid was there ever one thing new that came out you wanted so poor you'd do something to get it. But you had wait for it to come out in shops or wait until Christmas and lastly the day comes and you get it, but after a handful of minutes you relies it does not function specifically as it appeared in an ad you seen on Tv, magazine, or world-wide-web and it honestly disappointed you to the point it tends to make mad, sad all at the identical time like an individual is ripping your hart out. Nicely that's how I felt soon after I put my new case on my iPad two. It really is like the designers of the new iPad 2 case were trying to come up with a entirely reengineered case that incorporated new features... Why did they totally redesign it? Searching at all our other defender cases we have around the residence, they all have vary similar characteristics and function. Except the defender case for ipad2 Like they all have a.....
1: holster or cover that absolutely covers the entire screen (NOT on the iPad 2 case. All four corners of the iPad 2 screen are exposed.)
2: the covers that go over the dock connector and headphone jack are secured in a way that they are not accidentally flipped out when you don't want them opened. (NOT so on iPad two case. No matter how I hold it each and every protective cover becomes knocked lose differ differ easily and just flops around. Not differ protective if they are regularly open are they. And somewhat tough and vary time-consuming to get back in spot appropriately.)
3: stand for watching videos. this is the one and only factor I like about the iPad two case. The way the new stand flips out is differ good
Far more downfalls of the new iPad two case.....
1: the tabs that cover the camera and the dwelling button when the cover is snapped on the front for when your transporting iPad 2 presses the household button and wakes up iPad regularly when iPad is in backpack. Operating battery down. Not a big drain on battery but still, it is a flaw in the style.
2: the tabs on cover when the cover is snapped on the back stick out past the curve on the back, generating it uncomfortable to hold for long periods of time.
I'd like to see otterbox take the 1st gen case and fit it to the iPad 2. Then put four holes (with plastic screen just like the rear camera on iphones) in the cover for the back camera. just enlarge the hole in the font to reveal the front camera. use the newly design folding stand
Sorry this review was so long I just do not want anybody else to be as disappointed in the iPad two case as I was.
By : OtterBox