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  1. John Anderson says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 164 of 169 people found the following review helpful:
     4.0 out of 5 stars Near Perfect , 6 June 2011
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    I love the Griffin Survivor case. I love the soft yet grippy feel. I love the built-in screen protector. I love the military grade protection that keeps it safe from the prying fingers and inevitable mistakes of my daring 9 month old. This case is really my iPad may this stay-at-home mom’s best companion.
    first, I was given the Otter Box, but after reading the reviews on the iPad2 version I had my doubts that it would have the ruggedness I wanted And it’s really not that attractive I would have to install Ghost Armor or something to protect the screen -.. a process that would keep me work on my new toys for more than 24-48 hours, the delivery time for all safety measures have iPad gear. Unacceptable. I did not relate to the loss of touch response from the built-in screen is noticed either. The Survivor is also pleasant to see. Sure, it is not purple (everything should be in my favorite color), but it has an elegance of its low mass. – How beautiful the muscular definition of a dancer The included snap on
    abundant functional first, I was concerned that, as any. case other than the Otter Box, it would be a desk to be functional. Needless to say, as a stay-at-home mom, I am rarely at a desk. jumped with the state I can still rest it lightly on my lap and type. Case in point: I’m currently sitting on the bed next to my daughter as she falls asleep I have not covered any problems with keys or access to all ports with this case, even if they are all completely
    Unfortunately.. it does not have its faults. It’s not ideal for the photographer who does not fit on the road as the camera connection kit to the plastic frame around the connection port. The framing does not interfere with the charging / sync cable, but the camera connection pieces are wider than the charger plug and press the plastic frame before the plug can make the harbor. This is a supper bummer for me because part of the reason why I had the iPad so that I can more easily blog and post pictures of my little been sprout to see for families. With the Camera Connection Kit, I would edit the SD card into the iPad Pop publish any time, and stocks have. As it stands now, I’m still firmly on the desk synchronize depends in the last pictures
    The only other minor complaint is very low, I think I can still kind of travel case for it to be just a hard cover over the screen in certain situations -. as Packing a backpack for air travel. Like I said this is a very minor importance at the moment, considering that I have not done, nor am I to do with the planning,
    nothing about it in the near future. At the conclusion of the Survivor case is a striking balance between robust functionality and elegant sensory stimulus, such as professionally designed Kevlar lined leather chaps and jacket has hottie on a motorcycle. The only way Griffin could improve on this beautiful but difficult case is the plastic not to extend frame to the connection port to the camera connection kit to accommodate, and perhaps an accessory design snap on hard cover for the screen. This cover would have to be naturally compatible with the current snap-on stand. I would want ., a take off to use the other

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  • Cat&Rus says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 132 of 137 people found the following review helpful:
     3.0 out of 5 stars design flaw … 3-star would have a 5 , 15th November 2011
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    We wanted to be the best possible protection for our Ipad2 especially since we have two small children. After much criticism from different Ipad2 cases, decided my wife and I go for the Griffin Survivor. Having served active duty in the Navy, I pushed for this product because unlike its competitors with almost similar protective design, only the Griffin Survivor has port covers! so come sand, rain, wind or sunshine, which would be our A and end-all Ipad2 case. Well at least that was the plan. The silicone that connects the bottom port cover is too thin. A week started after I broke the bottom port cover. thinking that I have received an anomaly, I contacted Amazon and immediately exchanged it against another … that those lower terminal cover BROKE faster than the first ONE (about 3 days). “You are only as strong as its weakest link,” maybe I was unlucky with this product compared to others, but the was my experience with the Griffin Survivor and with protection compromised, I can not recommend at this time I will buy this product again if this design flaw is addressed

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  • R. Robinson "Dharma Keeper" says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 67 of 68 people found the following review helpful:
     4.0 out of 5 stars > rushed to market? But great point , 8 July 2011
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    I like this device, just not as bad as I’d really like the plastic screen shield on it seriously detracts from its usefulness!. Before I write this review I waited a few days to let my finger grease coat the screen shield, hoping to make a smoother connection, but still no differance! my finger is on the friction through the screen and fingers caught produced. This is one thing otterbox always did well, it was screen guards. Besides texture, sits the screen guard at the top of the screen is too high, creating a “bubble” sensation. The texture and Bubble serious effects play and seriously impeded the ipad experience (finger on smooth glass). Even after a week of use, both of these questions are still very annoying.
    Another problem with this product is its stand. Easy sucks it. It falls over very easily and you can not use it to the iPad in portrait mode. I leave off the state to reduce the overall weight.
    BTW the material used the same “toughness” of the otterbox OtterBox Defender Series Hybrid Case for iPad 2 (APL2-IPAD2-20-E4OTR).

    These prodcuts shortcomings wont prevent me recommending it, but I will show that the MSRP of $ 70 WAY too high , is $ 50, which I would consider its upper price limit ($ 42 for my iPad).

    UPDATE!! after 4-6 weeks with my suspicious are true, is the dock Connecting the rubber flap junk! her tears, her very thin and gets a lot of use (USB cable). Bummer .. I’ll still leave it rated as 3-star product, but I get my money’s worth thinking that a product such as this should be at least a year, I think that sickening to see how long the flap to withstand the forces against them …
    UPDATE…12/26/2011
    After about 6 months of use The rubber flap does not deteriorate over the first tears … more problems because of my concern than the material design …. The plastic liner was just a nuisance in the first few days of having it I havent had any problems with it since the first break-in period … I finally stopped by the booth, it’s just sucks …… THIS IS WAAAYYYYY better than OTTERBOX CASE

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