( ITEM ID: EO-004596 )Protective Case for Apple iPad D-Red color

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Protective Case for Apple iPad D-red color


  • Durable Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU)
  • Anti-slip properties give your iPad more grips on surfaces
  • Impact resistance
  • Access to all controls
  • Slim, form-fitting design
  • Front raised edges recess your screen to protect it when placed face down
  • Opening displaying Apple logo
  • Washable and tear-resistant
  • Compatiable with Apple iPad Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + 3G 16GB 32GB 64GB Models
  • Color: D-red
  • Apple iPad not included


Protective Case for Apple iPad D-Red color

Protective Case for Apple iPad D-Red color

Protective Case for Apple iPad D-Red color

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  • Tassy09 26,2013 17:45Rating:Excellent
    *We bought our first iPad2 last summer.. put walmart\'s finest portfolio case on it (should have known better, being a faithful otterbox consumer for my smartphones)..
    *Had to get our special needs daughter her own iPad2 after realizing the endless benefits/possibilities!
    *Ottetbox, BAD REVIEWS!! Will still trust them with my phones though..
    *Bought her the Pink (iPad2) gumdrop case..
    *Great protection/style/look!!! She Drops it ALL the time, NOT 1 ISSUE!!
    *On 3-10-12, picked up OUR iPad2 only to find that 2 of the corners must had met the ceramic tile!! Portfolio case left corners somewhat exposed..
    *Decided not to get glass replaced.. ($279 per Apple) luckily cracks in glass do not leave the black border.. (Leaving screen protector on to act as red-neck duct tape!!)
    *Bought the red/black (iPad2) gumdrop case.. Again, PERFECT CASE, PERFECT FIX!!
    *Instantly became the other kids\' iPad2!! (dad knew 3rd gen coming soon!!)
    *Got 3rd gen..
    *Tried our existing case on it, snug yet PERFECT FIT!!
    *Ordered black/black (iPad2) gumdrop case..
    *Received 3-23-12..
    *Again, FITS (iPad3/3rd gen/New/whatever) and FITS GREAT!!
    *Don\'t waste your time waiting on (iPad3) version gumdrop case to be in stock.. I presume that they aren\'t going to change anything on the new case, except the model# !!
    *Order this one, protect that expensive appliance before your first DROP!!

    *Thank you to reviewers.. I always utilize them.. Trying to get better about leaving MY OWN review.. Try to be short and sweet..
  • N. Manning08 09,2013 00:43Rating:Good
    The Gumdrop folks are all over the net talking about this thing, and hey, it really is a great case. Easy to hold onto, feels super solid and I have no doubt that it will protect my iPad. I have the \"military\" green model and I\'m not 100% sure the extra $10 is worth it, but I\'m very pleased overall and I did notice that there is a fabric \"filter\" over the speaker opening that should keep dust out as advertised. It\'s a rugged case, it will add bulk, but that\'s the name of the game in this type of case.

    Now there is going to be a ton of comparison to the Otterbox. For me the thing what pushes this case past theirs are the channels in the plastic part of the case to hold the rubber in place. I\'ve had many of the Otterbox cases for my iPhones over the years and that has been my one gripe. I also really like the \"snap-in\" screen protector because it is easy to replace.

    Very good protection, the only thing I might add would be an actual cover of some sort for the screen that would protect it when not in use. Otterbox really got that part right.
  • Jeff Stieglitz07 27,2013 05:44Rating:Excellent
    I never would have imagined buying four cases for my iPad 2 but that\'s what I did. And it might have been six had it not been for some influential reviews of the Otterbox.

    Most were impulse buys.

    So, in my quest to give back for all the \"advice\" I have received in EOEM product reviews, here goes:

    1) Apple Magic Cover. No protection, didn\'t stay attached very well. Trash can.

    2) Silicone Sleave. Very little protection, no protection for the screen. Trash can.

    3) Kensington non-keyoboard case. A nice cover, but not enough protection from my toddler.

    4) Griffin Mil-Spec case. Didn\'t fit very well. Hard to push the button. Really disappointed. Trash can.

    5) Gumdrop case. Yeah! Fits well, button works. A keeper.

    6) Otterbox. Works well on my phone, but bad reviews, so I didn\'t buy it.

    So, IMHO for toddler protection the Gumdrop case is your best bet.
  • corey 07 14,2013 19:08Rating:Excellent
    I needed an iPad case that would stand up to abuse, and narrowed my choices to the Gumdrop Drop Tech and the Griffin Survivor cases.

    I bought both to test out, intending to return the weaker of the two. The poor reviews of the Otterbox for iPad 2 removed it from the shootout.

    Both feature rubber outers with flaps covering switches, dock and headphone jacks, a plastic core surrounded the iPad 2, and a integrated screen cover. They both cost about the same as time of writing ($50-60).

    Gumdrop Pros:
    Strong accessory flaps (dock, headphone, mute switch)
    functional tire texture on the back side allows you to hold on to it without slippage

    Gumdrop Cons:
    several open ports (both cameras, microphone, speaker), making it not entirely water resistant
    not a full poly carb shell, only front
    no included accessory to stand it up
    rubber has no stick to it, it\'s smooth (it\'s up to the tire texture to give you grip)

    Griffin Survivor Pros:
    better water resistance (flaps cover everything except front facing camera)
    full poly carb shell
    Rubber texture has more stick to it

    Griffin Survivor Cons:
    incredibly flimsy and weak accessory flaps
    included stand is flimsy

    Screen covers are about the same quality. The Gumdrop one is apparently user replaceable though.
    Front and back iPad protection
    Looks (neither will win beauty contests)

    My choice:
    Gumdrop, even though it\'s probably a little less durable in extreme conditions.

    So why the Gumdrop when it\'s con list is longer than the Survivors? My biggest concern about the Survivor is that the flaps would eventually break, their linkages feel that weak.

    For everyday use, I think both would fare fine.

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