Griffin vs switcheasy

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  1. 123abc321

    123abc321 New Member

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    Can you help me out?

    I was thinking of getting one of griffins cases aka the wave or another one.
    i havent really seen this case but i heard many good stuff on here about griifin
    (except for there screen protectors.

    BUT i also went online and saw the switcheasy case rebel touch .
    I love that in the rebel touch everything is covered the volume rocker and the snooze buttun and even the dock connector. but does it have any issues with the spine ? (like scrathcing the ipod or even breaking itself? i also heard somthing about sagging but i belive that was the iphone?)O and also i heard the screen protector is nice aka no bubbles is that true?


    Please excuse my english its not that good..

    Thnks for your help and im open for suggestions as long as it stay near the $30 zone
  2. www719

    www719 Member

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    Rebel touh.
  3. Jarlath

    Jarlath Retired Moderator

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    The spine's on the outside, so scratching won't be an issue - and I've heard nothing about it breaking, since the iPod itself isn't squeezing the spine any and drops are more likely to happen along the top or bottom part of the 'spine' where it covers the top and bottom halves of the iPod. The main issue it has is that there will be some loose edges where the silicone is, particularly around the parts that aren't clamped onto the iPod by the plastic spine. Those loose edges can let dirt and dust in, which could cause scratches on the back of the iPod.
  4. Joe Rossignol

    Joe Rossignol Community Manager Staff Member

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    And you could easily apply a skin such as a BSE in order to prevent those scratches from happening.
  5. Jarlath

    Jarlath Retired Moderator

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    That's the only way I can think of that the RebelTouch could scratch the iPod it's protecting.
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    it is a very good case and very durable
  7. JohnyW

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    I have used the RebelTouch and I ended up giving it away. I now have the Griffin Reflect and prefer it over the Rebel.
  8. 123abc321

    123abc321 New Member

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    I was at amazon today and saw the rebel touch and the neo whats that?

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