Review: Griffin FlexGrip Action Case for iPod Touch 4G

Ed Steele October 2, 2010 Comments Off




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Review: Griffin FlexGrip Action Case for iPod Touch 4G

What’s In The Box

  • FlexGrip Action Silicone Case

  • Handstrap

Pros:

  • Form-fitting silicone protects well.

  • Twin wedges provide a comfortable feel and solid grip.
  • Handstrap provides extra protection against “oopsies dropsies.”

Cons:

  • Just a wee bit pricey at $29.99.

  • Handstrap could snap off if pulled too hard.
  • No screen protection.

Conclusion

As of today, the iPod Touch 4G came out roughly two weeks ago. TWO WEEKS. Yet Apple Stores and other retail outlets are devoid of any cases for the 4th Generation iPod Touch! Could it be that Apple wants to make sure everyone sees what your new handheld looks like out of the case? We thought all the leaks about form factors for new iPods came from case manufacturers!?! All conspiracy theories aside, the Griffin FlexGrip is exactly what we are looking for the first of what will be surely many cases we will review for the new iPod Touch. It has an excellent look and feel, doesn’t add much weight or thickness, and the dual-wedge design provides just enough extra width at the top and bottom to keep your new handheld from slipping out of your hand and on to the pavement. Recommended.
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