Can someone please tell me why all kids have sticky, dirty, disgusting hands? And can someone else please tell me why they want to play with the iPod when their hands are the dirtiest? It is at this point that I would like to thank the wonderful folks at OtterBox for saving the family iPod touch.
The Defender Series by OtterBox is by far the best case I have ever seen for the iPod. The first thing you notice about this attractive case is its rugged tough appearance. And while my wife is not letting me do a “true test” (throwing it off our house like the test below), I can assure you this is one tough case.
The screen on the OtterBox there is a plastic durable protector that covers your iPod. This cover does not hinder your ability to use the iPod and there is no lack of response due to the cover. I think this is a wonder feature that will protect the all-important touch screen of your iPod.
As for the cover itself there is ample access to all everything that is needed. There is raised buttons for the power and volume controls, and the home button is in its usual location and is sunken for your convince. As for your jacks, there are flaps that open and close. When the jacks are not in use, they are neatly tucked away into the iPod itself and protects your iPod. There is even an opening for the external speakers that are not covered for ample sound.
Once again, this in a great cover that not only protects, but is attractive too. I find them to be very stylish and are available in a variety of color patterns and pallets. These are strongly recommended and will protect my iPod from anything. Maybe you will be able to “test” it like the video shows.
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