• Apple IPad Air Griffin Survivor Case, Black, Blue (GB36403)
  • Apple IPad Air Griffin Survivor Case, Black, Blue (GB36403)
  • Apple IPad Air Griffin Survivor Case, Black, Blue (GB36403)
  • Apple IPad Air Griffin Survivor Case, Black, Blue (GB36403)
Apple IPad Air Griffin Survivor Case, Black, Blue (GB36403)
Apple IPad Air Griffin Survivor Case, Black, Blue (GB36403)
Apple IPad Air Griffin Survivor Case, Black, Blue (GB36403)
Apple IPad Air Griffin Survivor Case, Black, Blue (GB36403)

Apple IPad Air Griffin Survivor Case, Black, Blue (GB36403)

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  • Military-Duty Case- Direct from Griffin
  • Independently tested to meet conditions outlined in US Department of Defense MIL-STD-810
  • Integral Display shield deflects wind and rain (Test: up to 200 mm/hr. for 1 hour)

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The case seems sturdy enough, but the volume buttons are not accessible ...I was looking for something for my iPad Air 2, and when I found this I thought it would work. The case seems sturdy enough, but the volume buttons are not accessible with the case on and also the new fingerprint function that is available with the iPad Air 2 is useless with this cover. So while the product itself is fine, I wish there had been a warning that it does not fit the iPad Air 2 and possibly a direction to find the appropriate version.3Mostly Great We ordered this case for our iPad because we have a 3 1/2 year old that loves to play games on the iPad. Mostly I have no complaints. It has good grip to it (great for younger children) and seems to be sturdy. We have not dropped it yet, so I can't say from experience how well it protects, but for all intents and purposes I believe it will do the job. It is very easy to install, so no issues there. Fits well and I have had no problem accessing any kind of ports or buttons on the iPad. It doesn't add too much weight, although I must admit, I kind of like the extra weight--the naked iPad felt so fragile to me! My ONLY complaint is that stupid kick stand. It is very hard to open and a little cumbersome to leave on all the time. We finally just took it off, but then I get aggravated when I have nothing to stand the iPad up with. Oh well, guess that's my own fault. Either way, the price here on Amazon is much better than anywhere else I've found, so I would definitely recommend this product for the price. 4Good Protection but flimsy standI purchased this for an IPad Air because I also have a similar Survivor Case which I like for my IPad 2. This model fits the IPad Air without question but the stand is flimsy. Almost immediately one of the little covers that pads the bottom of the stand feet fell off. Tried to glue it but ultimately it fell off unnoticed and pretty sure one of my dogs has swallowed it. Later I look over and my husband is holding the stand which detached from the cover. He was able to pop it back in but I expect the the little wire that secures it will break with continued use negating one of the reasons I purchased it.2Sturdy, Effective CaseI wanted a case for my iPad that would provide protection when I travel and when I'm outdoors, and this is it. I spent a week at Disney World, sometimes in the rain, and the iPad survived just fine. I like the covers over the openings and the corners that make it easy to grip and hang onto. No problems with any device functions with the case on. The only thing I'm not a huge fan of (so just 4 stars) is the stand. It's difficult to open and sometimes wimpy for holding up the iPad. But since I rarely use the stand while out and about, it's not a big deal.410 year old 0 - griffin protected iPad Air used daily for school -1Our 10 year old boy is in the STEM academy and does all of his work and reading on his Apple device. Protection is a must and we wanted him to have something that didn't look like the drab black standard covers that they offered through the school program. He fell in love with this color scheme and we fell in love with the quality. It's a win-win. If it can stand up to the abuse of a 10-year old boy using it multiple times a day for school and video projects then it is worth the cost of three Ipad airs. My estimate is that we would have saved at least that much in repairs and replacements.5Good at First, Now Worthless This case was great for the first few weeks. It was a solid, secure fit, which seemed to protect the iPad as promised, and it looked pretty cool, too. But after a few weeks, the rubber-like part of the case began to stretch and sag. Over the next few weeks, it stretched out gradually, more and more. (It has not been exposed to extreme temperatures, either high or low, or to any solvents or foreign substance that may have deteriorated the case.)The case has stretched so much that now two corners of the rubber-like part of the case no longer attach to the plastic part of the case. Also, some of the buttons on the iPad cannot even be used with the case on because the stretching and sagging made it so the button cutouts or indentations on the case are no longer aligned with the corresponding buttons on the iPad.Essentially, the case is now useless and actually makes it impossible to effectively use the iPad Air. 1Protects well but stand is awkward and the sound is muffledPros:The case fits the iPad air perfectly and seems like it will do a good job protecting the device. The rubber provides a good grip on the device and is the perfect texture, not being too slick or sticky. The plastic cover for the screen seems to work well. Even with the case on, small dust/lint particles still get between the screen and the protector but it is pretty straightforward to pop the front off and re-clean the iPad screen.Cons:The stand is not an integral part of the case. It simply clips around the side (not the end). This adds bulk to one side of the case and seems like it could fall off and/or get lost pretty easy. It acts like one of those cheap picture frame holders. It is OK for sitting the iPad on a desk but useless in the lap or on a bed. it makes the iPad a little awkward to hold in the vertical position for, say, reading and I'm tempted to just take it off but then it would get lost and not be around when I do need it.The case really muffles the sound from the iPad. It has sound port openings on the end but these don't work well at all. When watching a movie or playing music, it seem louder on the back than the front because the back of the case is vibrating and transmitting sound. Also a little odd to hold it with the back vibrating as much as it does. You pretty much need headphones or the volume on 100% to watch a movie with the case on. Granted, a lot of this is the iPads fault for having speakers on the side but the case could have enhanced the sound with a little bit of design rather than muffling the sound. Instead of putting the sound ports on what is essentially the back of the case, they could have done just a little bit of design work and ported the sound to the front of the case and really added a lot of value.The case provides rubber flaps for each of the ports so they are protected from stuff inadvertently getting in, but this makes it pretty awkward to plug in the charger cord or headphones. Also, in order to use the back camera you have to pull open a rubber flap each time you want to use the camera. Ironically, the front camera has a cutout and a piece of plastic over it. I think I would have preferred leaving the ports open but others may prefer the added protection. I'm tempted to cut the flaps away, but that is kind of an irreversible step so I'm not going to do it yet. (I have the same challenge with the Otterbox case on my iPhone.)While it is better to scratch the plastic cover than the iPad screen, over time, this is going to get scratched and there doesn't seem to be a replacement cover available (at least not on Amazon or the Griffin support site).3This is a knockoff case!A real Griffin case should have the logo embossed into the rubber. It looks like a capital G with a lowercase g inside of the uppercase one. We didn't even think to look for that when we bought this case. When the kickstand broke just days after the return period had ended, I went online to see if I could find just a replacement kickstand and read other reviews indicating this case is a knockoff. Lo and behold, it is. If you enlarge the image of the product, you can in fact see that the logo is not on there. That said, we actually liked the case except we need the kickstand feature to sit the iPad upright. It breaking was a big deal for us. If you don't need that feature, it's a durable case that works well for children.3Durable And Nice Looking This is a great case for the ipad air. I have several griffin cases and also the main competition the Otterbox defender series. I love both the cases, they are both durable and well made. I have dropped my ipad several times and nothing has happened not even a scratch. I have done the same on the otterbox and it has scratched the corners of my devices. The reason is that the Griffin Survivor case has better cushioning in the inside case, while the otterbox is all hard plastic on the inside case. So, when you drop the otterbox the hard plastic corners push up against your device causing indentations and scratches while the Griffin does not. In addition, when looking at the screen in the Griffin you get a clear view on the Otterbox you get a clear view with an oily film. Not sure why this happens, but it tends to happen on most otterbox cases with the covering. The stand on the Otterbox case is better in my opinion and it does come with a cover to protect the screen, while the Griffin does not. They both weigh about the same. It will make your ipad air heavier, so keep that in mind. It is a sleeker looking case, the Griffin but to keep it protected from drops and bangs, you get the added layers of weight. I would highly recommend this case for those with kids or people that tend to be rough, or afraid of dropping it. It's worth the added weight to me, for that security. 5One is not like the other I bought this IPad case from Amazon in a haste before heading out of the country. Unfortunately, now that I have put my IPad into it I can verify that the volume control buttons don't align and the button for volume up is constantly pressed. I feel very frustrated because I have to have a case on my IPad and it has to be this one since I'm unable to purchase another where I'm at and I can't return this piece of junk. I always order directly from Griffin and have never had a problem with fit. While installing this case I noticed a very big difference in the thickness of the silicone case as well as the foam on the hard shell. It's very suspicious to me that the same model case has such a noticeable difference and an enormous flaw. Did they change the design or is this product counterfeit? 2Counterfeit!This product is a counterfeit. I contacted Griffin for some customer support about the case and they had me look for a specific mark on the case and it wasn't there. Buyer beware.1It's ok I had a previous version of this case for an iPad 3 before I purchased this one for an iPad Air. Screen protector seems flimsier than before and leaves a "moisture underneath it" look, and the housing can be quite a bit more tedious to apply and remove than the previous version. Only other complaint I have about it is that, while I use it to protect my tablet while looking at plans at my construction job as I did before with the prior version, I find that dust and debris are able to get in behind the screen protector and (everywhere) pretty easily (even a dog hair got in). As far as it being waterproof? My two speaker ports are wide open to whatever they may come into contact with so hopefully I won't ever have to test that. Having said this, it is still basically a full protective cover and handles "drops" extremely well, and it doesn't cost a fortune like an otter box. I guess I'll stick with it 3It fits the Ipad Air When the Ipad Air came out there was some question in my mind which cases had been updated to fit. I looked at several, but this one says it was designed to fit and so I bought it. I must say I'm pleased with it. My daughter has special needs and is typical of any pre-teen in how she cares for and uses it. This gives you some perspective on the durability. I've had it for 2 months and it does the job.The case is hard plastic/polycarbonate with vents for the speakers and access ports for the camera, volume, power and control buttons. Everything is accessible, but also protected from dust and moisture.There is a protective screen that is tight enough to allow fingers to slide without much interference on the display. It does tend to get fingerprints on it over time, but so far has been easy enough to clean. My teenage son thinks the protective screen has too much air under it at times, but there's no air bubbles so it's just a feeling to him. He also says it does nothing to interfere with use. It's worth pointing out that that the protective screen is attached to the plastic cover. There's nothing to peel and try to press down. When putting it on just make sure the display is clean so nothing gets under and scratches the Ipad.Definitely worth it. 5Imitation case!! Do not buyThis product is fake and will not be honored by Griffen. After breaking I contacted them and they asked me to supply pictures and showed me what is missing on the case. So disappointed. Now I'm out 40 bucks...1Very Good Lightweight Sturdy Screen protectorWe purchased this for my 9 year old son who has special needs. We had a heavy duty MIL cover for his iPAD 4 but the screen but it never seated on the display correctly and was not very sensitive to his finger swipes. We really like this cover, it was easy to install which is good because he keeps taking the rubber bumper off. The cover is very light weight and initially I was concerned it would not hold up but so far it has been great and I would highly recommend it for kids since it is not too bulky and easy for them to handle. Their is no distortion with the screen protector and no issues with swipe gestures. He has thrown this down our carpeted steps several times and no problems so far...don't recommend this test long term!. He has removed some of the rubber port covers but that has not impacted the protection so far (we only use it in dry locations). Audio is very clear and not distorted. I wish you could purchase spare rubber bumper housing separately to replace the one on the unit. I may actually buy a spare cover since we are so happy with this one and the Amazon Price was great compared to retail.5Great case for kids Great case, we purchased this one to replace a 4 year old case of the same kind. This case is extremely well designed and protected the iPad from countless drops by our 3 kids ranging from 3years to 10years old. Also kept the screen from scratching. Our other iPad which had a different case had the screen scratched and eventually broken. 5Suspected counterfeit item. If you dig around the reviews you'll find other instances of folks receiving apparent counterfeits of this item. I ignored the warning signs (unknown supplier, ridiculously cheap) and received a case that wouldn't snap together. I ordered another direct from Griffin (found a 16 buck coupon online and free shipping) and indeed there are differences to the quality of materials, moulded graphics and fit - the real Griffin is as tight as a drum and fit for purpose - in my case hunting. Hopefully Amazon are chasing down these shady suppliers. My first ever experience of something like this shopping with them. 1Bad itemI returned this because it was fake. Do not buy this. I have 3 iPads and I have this brand of cover on them which I had purchased from another retailer and they are the real ones and I love them. I purchased this for my third iPad and was I in for a surprise. It is a fake one and not made well. Don't buy this item.1
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The case seems sturdy enough, but the volume buttons are not accessible ...I was looking for something for my iPad Air 2, and when I found this I thought it would work. The case seems sturdy enough, but the volume buttons are not accessible with the case on and also the new fingerprint function that is available with the iPad Air 2 is useless with this cover. So while the product itself is fine, I wish there had been a warning that it does not fit the iPad Air 2 and possibly a direction to find the appropriate version.3Mostly Great We ordered this case for our iPad because we have a 3 1/2 year old that loves to play games on the iPad. Mostly I have no complaints. It has good grip to it (great for younger children) and seems to be sturdy. We have not dropped it yet, so I can't say from experience how well it protects, but for all intents and purposes I believe it will do the job. It is very easy to install, so no issues there. Fits well and I have had no problem accessing any kind of ports or buttons on the iPad. It doesn't add too much weight, although I must admit, I kind of like the extra weight--the naked iPad felt so fragile to me! My ONLY complaint is that stupid kick stand. It is very hard to open and a little cumbersome to leave on all the time. We finally just took it off, but then I get aggravated when I have nothing to stand the iPad up with. Oh well, guess that's my own fault. Either way, the price here on Amazon is much better than anywhere else I've found, so I would definitely recommend this product for the price. 4Good Protection but flimsy standI purchased this for an IPad Air because I also have a similar Survivor Case which I like for my IPad 2. This model fits the IPad Air without question but the stand is flimsy. Almost immediately one of the little covers that pads the bottom of the stand feet fell off. Tried to glue it but ultimately it fell off unnoticed and pretty sure one of my dogs has swallowed it. Later I look over and my husband is holding the stand which detached from the cover. He was able to pop it back in but I expect the the little wire that secures it will break with continued use negating one of the reasons I purchased it.2Sturdy, Effective CaseI wanted a case for my iPad that would provide protection when I travel and when I'm outdoors, and this is it. I spent a week at Disney World, sometimes in the rain, and the iPad survived just fine. I like the covers over the openings and the corners that make it easy to grip and hang onto. No problems with any device functions with the case on. The only thing I'm not a huge fan of (so just 4 stars) is the stand. It's difficult to open and sometimes wimpy for holding up the iPad. But since I rarely use the stand while out and about, it's not a big deal.410 year old 0 - griffin protected iPad Air used daily for school -1Our 10 year old boy is in the STEM academy and does all of his work and reading on his Apple device. Protection is a must and we wanted him to have something that didn't look like the drab black standard covers that they offered through the school program. He fell in love with this color scheme and we fell in love with the quality. It's a win-win. If it can stand up to the abuse of a 10-year old boy using it multiple times a day for school and video projects then it is worth the cost of three Ipad airs. My estimate is that we would have saved at least that much in repairs and replacements.5Good at First, Now Worthless This case was great for the first few weeks. It was a solid, secure fit, which seemed to protect the iPad as promised, and it looked pretty cool, too. But after a few weeks, the rubber-like part of the case began to stretch and sag. Over the next few weeks, it stretched out gradually, more and more. (It has not been exposed to extreme temperatures, either high or low, or to any solvents or foreign substance that may have deteriorated the case.)The case has stretched so much that now two corners of the rubber-like part of the case no longer attach to the plastic part of the case. Also, some of the buttons on the iPad cannot even be used with the case on because the stretching and sagging made it so the button cutouts or indentations on the case are no longer aligned with the corresponding buttons on the iPad.Essentially, the case is now useless and actually makes it impossible to effectively use the iPad Air. 1Protects well but stand is awkward and the sound is muffledPros:The case fits the iPad air perfectly and seems like it will do a good job protecting the device. The rubber provides a good grip on the device and is the perfect texture, not being too slick or sticky. The plastic cover for the screen seems to work well. Even with the case on, small dust/lint particles still get between the screen and the protector but it is pretty straightforward to pop the front off and re-clean the iPad screen.Cons:The stand is not an integral part of the case. It simply clips around the side (not the end). This adds bulk to one side of the case and seems like it could fall off and/or get lost pretty easy. It acts like one of those cheap picture frame holders. It is OK for sitting the iPad on a desk but useless in the lap or on a bed. it makes the iPad a little awkward to hold in the vertical position for, say, reading and I'm tempted to just take it off but then it would get lost and not be around when I do need it.The case really muffles the sound from the iPad. It has sound port openings on the end but these don't work well at all. When watching a movie or playing music, it seem louder on the back than the front because the back of the case is vibrating and transmitting sound. Also a little odd to hold it with the back vibrating as much as it does. You pretty much need headphones or the volume on 100% to watch a movie with the case on. Granted, a lot of this is the iPads fault for having speakers on the side but the case could have enhanced the sound with a little bit of design rather than muffling the sound. Instead of putting the sound ports on what is essentially the back of the case, they could have done just a little bit of design work and ported the sound to the front of the case and really added a lot of value.The case provides rubber flaps for each of the ports so they are protected from stuff inadvertently getting in, but this makes it pretty awkward to plug in the charger cord or headphones. Also, in order to use the back camera you have to pull open a rubber flap each time you want to use the camera. Ironically, the front camera has a cutout and a piece of plastic over it. I think I would have preferred leaving the ports open but others may prefer the added protection. I'm tempted to cut the flaps away, but that is kind of an irreversible step so I'm not going to do it yet. (I have the same challenge with the Otterbox case on my iPhone.)While it is better to scratch the plastic cover than the iPad screen, over time, this is going to get scratched and there doesn't seem to be a replacement cover available (at least not on Amazon or the Griffin support site).3This is a knockoff case!A real Griffin case should have the logo embossed into the rubber. It looks like a capital G with a lowercase g inside of the uppercase one. We didn't even think to look for that when we bought this case. When the kickstand broke just days after the return period had ended, I went online to see if I could find just a replacement kickstand and read other reviews indicating this case is a knockoff. Lo and behold, it is. If you enlarge the image of the product, you can in fact see that the logo is not on there. That said, we actually liked the case except we need the kickstand feature to sit the iPad upright. It breaking was a big deal for us. If you don't need that feature, it's a durable case that works well for children.3Durable And Nice Looking This is a great case for the ipad air. I have several griffin cases and also the main competition the Otterbox defender series. I love both the cases, they are both durable and well made. I have dropped my ipad several times and nothing has happened not even a scratch. I have done the same on the otterbox and it has scratched the corners of my devices. The reason is that the Griffin Survivor case has better cushioning in the inside case, while the otterbox is all hard plastic on the inside case. So, when you drop the otterbox the hard plastic corners push up against your device causing indentations and scratches while the Griffin does not. In addition, when looking at the screen in the Griffin you get a clear view on the Otterbox you get a clear view with an oily film. Not sure why this happens, but it tends to happen on most otterbox cases with the covering. The stand on the Otterbox case is better in my opinion and it does come with a cover to protect the screen, while the Griffin does not. They both weigh about the same. It will make your ipad air heavier, so keep that in mind. It is a sleeker looking case, the Griffin but to keep it protected from drops and bangs, you get the added layers of weight. I would highly recommend this case for those with kids or people that tend to be rough, or afraid of dropping it. It's worth the added weight to me, for that security. 5One is not like the other I bought this IPad case from Amazon in a haste before heading out of the country. Unfortunately, now that I have put my IPad into it I can verify that the volume control buttons don't align and the button for volume up is constantly pressed. I feel very frustrated because I have to have a case on my IPad and it has to be this one since I'm unable to purchase another where I'm at and I can't return this piece of junk. I always order directly from Griffin and have never had a problem with fit. While installing this case I noticed a very big difference in the thickness of the silicone case as well as the foam on the hard shell. It's very suspicious to me that the same model case has such a noticeable difference and an enormous flaw. Did they change the design or is this product counterfeit? 2Counterfeit!This product is a counterfeit. I contacted Griffin for some customer support about the case and they had me look for a specific mark on the case and it wasn't there. Buyer beware.1It's ok I had a previous version of this case for an iPad 3 before I purchased this one for an iPad Air. Screen protector seems flimsier than before and leaves a "moisture underneath it" look, and the housing can be quite a bit more tedious to apply and remove than the previous version. Only other complaint I have about it is that, while I use it to protect my tablet while looking at plans at my construction job as I did before with the prior version, I find that dust and debris are able to get in behind the screen protector and (everywhere) pretty easily (even a dog hair got in). As far as it being waterproof? My two speaker ports are wide open to whatever they may come into contact with so hopefully I won't ever have to test that. Having said this, it is still basically a full protective cover and handles "drops" extremely well, and it doesn't cost a fortune like an otter box. I guess I'll stick with it 3It fits the Ipad Air When the Ipad Air came out there was some question in my mind which cases had been updated to fit. I looked at several, but this one says it was designed to fit and so I bought it. I must say I'm pleased with it. My daughter has special needs and is typical of any pre-teen in how she cares for and uses it. This gives you some perspective on the durability. I've had it for 2 months and it does the job.The case is hard plastic/polycarbonate with vents for the speakers and access ports for the camera, volume, power and control buttons. Everything is accessible, but also protected from dust and moisture.There is a protective screen that is tight enough to allow fingers to slide without much interference on the display. It does tend to get fingerprints on it over time, but so far has been easy enough to clean. My teenage son thinks the protective screen has too much air under it at times, but there's no air bubbles so it's just a feeling to him. He also says it does nothing to interfere with use. It's worth pointing out that that the protective screen is attached to the plastic cover. There's nothing to peel and try to press down. When putting it on just make sure the display is clean so nothing gets under and scratches the Ipad.Definitely worth it. 5Imitation case!! Do not buyThis product is fake and will not be honored by Griffen. After breaking I contacted them and they asked me to supply pictures and showed me what is missing on the case. So disappointed. Now I'm out 40 bucks...1Very Good Lightweight Sturdy Screen protectorWe purchased this for my 9 year old son who has special needs. We had a heavy duty MIL cover for his iPAD 4 but the screen but it never seated on the display correctly and was not very sensitive to his finger swipes. We really like this cover, it was easy to install which is good because he keeps taking the rubber bumper off. The cover is very light weight and initially I was concerned it would not hold up but so far it has been great and I would highly recommend it for kids since it is not too bulky and easy for them to handle. Their is no distortion with the screen protector and no issues with swipe gestures. He has thrown this down our carpeted steps several times and no problems so far...don't recommend this test long term!. He has removed some of the rubber port covers but that has not impacted the protection so far (we only use it in dry locations). Audio is very clear and not distorted. I wish you could purchase spare rubber bumper housing separately to replace the one on the unit. I may actually buy a spare cover since we are so happy with this one and the Amazon Price was great compared to retail.5Great case for kids Great case, we purchased this one to replace a 4 year old case of the same kind. This case is extremely well designed and protected the iPad from countless drops by our 3 kids ranging from 3years to 10years old. Also kept the screen from scratching. Our other iPad which had a different case had the screen scratched and eventually broken. 5Suspected counterfeit item. If you dig around the reviews you'll find other instances of folks receiving apparent counterfeits of this item. I ignored the warning signs (unknown supplier, ridiculously cheap) and received a case that wouldn't snap together. I ordered another direct from Griffin (found a 16 buck coupon online and free shipping) and indeed there are differences to the quality of materials, moulded graphics and fit - the real Griffin is as tight as a drum and fit for purpose - in my case hunting. Hopefully Amazon are chasing down these shady suppliers. My first ever experience of something like this shopping with them. 1Bad itemI returned this because it was fake. Do not buy this. I have 3 iPads and I have this brand of cover on them which I had purchased from another retailer and they are the real ones and I love them. I purchased this for my third iPad and was I in for a surprise. It is a fake one and not made well. Don't buy this item.1
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