Our family has been using Otterbox products for a while now. They are a local Colorado company and I would always see them advertised at our local hockey teams. A blimp with the Otterbox logo would fly around and drop t-shirts and other swag. When I realized that they were the “innovators of protective solutions for the leading global handheld manufacturers, wireless carriers and distributors” I knew I had to check out their products too.
My husband has been using their case for his iPhone since he got it and I am sure it has saved the phone a number of times (he is NOT gentle with his cell phones). I am more careful so I never got one for myself…. I wish I would have invested in one for my iPad sooner.
My daughter calls my iPad her computer and uses it all the time. She is as gentle as a 2 ½ year old can be, but it has been bumped and dropped and it has the crack across the screen to prove it.
I was excited when I got the opportunity to review an Otterbox product ~ I picked the iPad 4/iPad 3/iPad 2 Reflex Series Case.
This is a simple, yet protective case. Inspired by the crumple zone of a car, the Reflex Series new iPad 3 case features a unique dual material combination of polycarbonate and silicone. Cushions of air in the corners allow the case to flex and absorb any impact force. This new iPad 3 case not only takes a hit, it recoils and springs back, ready to protect again. If you’re looking for strong yet sleek protection, look no further than the Reflex Series case for the new iPad 3.
Founder and chairman Curt Richardson established Otterbox in 1998. Initially starting with the waterproof case, they now boast four lines of device-specific cases for today’s hottest gadget.
The Otterbox iPad 4/iPad 3/iPad 2 Reflex Series Case retails for $69.95 and is available online at Otterbox as well as most major retailers such as Best Buy and Walmart. You can follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
I received one of the items mentioned above free of charge in order to facilitate this review while participating in a campaign with Mom Central Consulting and Otterbox. Regardless, all opinions are 100% my own.