Discussion in 'Accessories' started by 2fast4u5, Sep 5, 2010.
I ordered this with the tripod mount and magnet
I personally like sleek designs when it comes to iPod Touch cases. I have owned a otter before and I hated it. It was too big. It was a pain to get in and out of my pocket and it collect dirt like a magnet. I have been looking for some new cases coming out and I have been keeping my eye on this one case http://www.morphcase.com/. It looks really cool. I can't wait for it to come out and see what it does.
You could use a silicone case.
Just get a hard plastic case and fit a silicone case above it. Voila, a OtterBox alternative, since they use a similar method.
I currently use a Griffing Suvivor Case, it's the first case I ever bought for my iPod. I haven't dropped it yet, and I just installed it today, it seems very sturdy and definitely can handle common drops, it comes with a built in screen protector that fit's perfectly, despite it's cost at $40, it is a great case.
i use Silicone case which is not possible to broke.
With last three generations of iPod touch I have purchased, I have got a SwitchEasy case. Good quality and protects the device very well. However one problem with the current case is that it has marked the back of the iPod gradually over time. But I will just make sure to have a protective screen on the back next time. So if you are looking for a good case Definetly check out the SwitchEasy website.
I would highly recommend an Otterbox for the iPod Touch 4G (and 5G when it comes out). I've been using Otterbox cases for years and they've saved my iPods and phones tons of times.
Here is what you wanted...
Material: Hard plastic inner shell + rubbery outershell to absorb shock and prevent screen cracks
Durability: 9/10 - I give it a 9/10 because the rubbery part has covers for the ports, and if not careful, those can rip fairly easily.
I uploaded a picture of the case I use at the moment below... if you have any questions let me know! =)
Belkin is a good brand. It's rubbery yet offers great protection.
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