i-Blason ArmorBox Hybrid 3 Layer Defender Case with Built-In Screen Protector for iPod touch 5G (Blue)

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i-Blason ArmorBox Hybrid 3 Layer Defender Case with Built-In Screen Protector for iPod touch 5G (Blue)

i-Blason ArmorBox Hybrid 3 Layer Defender Case with Built-In Screen Protector for iPod touch 5G (Blue)

  • i-Blason Logo Bearing Three Layer Protection Case for iPod touch 5th Generation
  • Three Layers of Protection: Inner Hard Core Case + Soft Silicone Finish Outer Case
  • Built-In Protection touch screen in the front and logo film in the back
  • Light Weight and ultra portable + Easy to install no tools required+ Customized logo round opening to reveal your Apple logo
  • All ports remain accessible while the case cover is installed, no need to remove cover from your phone to charge

i-Blason Armor box 3 Layer Hybrid Defender Case with Built-In Screen Protector for iPod touch 5th Generation

List Price: $ 39.99

Price: $ 12.99

Originally posted 2015-06-08 04:32:41. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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3 thoughts on “i-Blason ArmorBox Hybrid 3 Layer Defender Case with Built-In Screen Protector for iPod touch 5G (Blue)

  1. 67 of 72 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    i-Blason ArmorBox Series iTouch 5G, November 10, 2012
    By 
    Richard L. Wood “Woody san” (Chesapeake, Virginia) –

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    I have used OtterBox cases in the past for my iTouch iPods. Since OtterBox has yet to make a case for the V5 iTouch I decided to take a chance on this one which is 50% less then an Otterbox case. First let me say I ordered it on the 7th of Nov. I took the standard delivery service and it arrived this morning the 10th of Nov. I made sure the exterior surface of my iTouch was clean, dry and fingerprint clean. I left my screen protector (made by same company) on the iTouch. The fit was a bit tight because of this but was do-able. The top back portion then snapped easily into the front section. Then the soft rubber case easily fit over the hard shell. From a distance…well even up close it looks very much like an Otterbox case. All of my connectors fit into all the cutouts. The only problem I had was getting the wrist strap installed but only due to the fact I left my screen protector on. I believe if it wasn’t on,I would of had enough space to slip the strap eye in-between the case back and the iTouch to get the hole in the strap started over the strap lug. All in All I am very satisfied with the case. I will update this review if I come across anything I missed or if it fails in the long run. At the price I do wish I had bought a colored case as well.

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  2. 33 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Only One Major Flaw…, November 28, 2012
    By 
    Sibelius (Illinois USA) –

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    As this is the Holiday Season at the time I write this review, I want to begin with an off-topic point regarding Amazon’s order/delivery service. I placed my order during the late evening hours of 11/27 and I received my i-Blason ArmorBox Series iTouch 5G iPod Touch 5G 5 5th Generation Hybrid 3 Layer Silicone Case with Hard Shell Inside Case With Built In Touch Screen Protector Film Case – Black via UPS just before 10:30 AM, the following day (11/28). I qualified for the “Local Express Delivery” service which was *far* less expensive (total S/H for “Local Express Delivery” was just under $10) than having the item shipped overnight. Kudos to Amazon for offering that option!

    In general, I’m very pleased with the i-Blason ArmorBox case. The two-piece unit arrived completely assembled, sealed in a clear plastic bag with no labeling other than a bar code at the top of the package. There were no assembly instructions included with/on the packaging, nor was there any company logo, etc printed on the packaging.

    The first component of the 2-piece unit is a unibody, silicone shell that fits snugly, but is flexible enough to easily remove from the hard plastic, inner shell. This inner shell also has a clear screen protector attached to the inside of the cutout for the front. The hard plastic shell snaps/unsnaps into two pieces (front/back) via 6 raised nubs along the perimeter of the shell. When snapped together, these raised nubs serve as “anchor points” to lock the silicone layer in place. With the silicone layer in place, these nubs are nearly completely flush with the thickness of the silicone layer (they are just a fraction of a millimeter taller). There are also two nubs (one on either side of the HOME button) that lock the lower front of the silicone layer in place. These are completely flush with the thickness of the silicone layer. The cutouts in the silicone layer for the iPod 5’s front facing camera, rear camera, mic and strobe, strap, as well as for the Apple logo ALL fit snugly and neatly around the raised cutouts of the hard plastic shell.

    All buttons (Power On/Off, Volume Up/Down) line up *perfectly* and are the same height on their silicone case as they are on the iPod itself; in other words, they share the same “feel” as they do without a case. Also, the cover flaps for the docking port and the headphone jack open/close easily and also remain flush with the body of the cover when closed. This is due to a really well-thought-out design element to create raised “walls” in the hard plastic shell, around these ports. These walls support the silicone covers by holding them in place and keeping them flush.

    You can probably tell that I’m pretty impressed by the attention to detail regarding the design of the ArmorBox. It really looks great on my iPod 5 without adding too much extra bulk (i.e. the “baby bumpers” at the corners of the i-Blason Armadillo case, or the added, thick protection of an OtterBox case). I don’t plan on dropping my iPod 5 off the roof of a house and I don’t believe Armageddon is just around the corner… I chose the i-Blason ArmorBox because I want a case that protects both the screen and the iPod when sharing pockets with keys, coins and other junk. I also wanted a case that provided a more stable grip (the aluminum can be pretty slippery in your hand). This case is just right for me.

    With both the hard and soft shells in place, the case adds about 1/8 inch of thickness on all sides of the iPod 5. This is enough added thickness that you can lay your iPod (front or backside) on any surface and know that neither camera lens, nor the screen will get scratched. The easy grip of the silicone layer, as well as the added ~1/4″ of thickness both layers create, make a better gripping experience for me. Although Apple boasts about how thin the iPod 5 is, I find that coupled with it’s extra height, the darned thing is just too easy to slip out of your hand. This case fixes that problem.

    So what’s bad about the ArmorBox? As mentioned in another review, you cannot attach the wrist strap “on-the-fly”. You absolutely *have* to remove both shells, attach the strap, then feed it through the cutout and replace the two shells.

    This is due more to Apple’s design of the strap, really. In order to get the darned thing on, you have to lay it flat against the body of the iPod, slide the larger part of the eyelet over the nub, then pull the eyelet forward so that the smaller part of the eyelet slips around the peg. I can’t think of any cover that will accommodate that particular procedure, unless its design leaves more of the body of the iPod exposed in that area. (That doesn’t mean there *isn’t* one… I just haven’t seen one yet!)

    For me, that’s a non-issue. I never plan to use the strap. What *IS* an issue however is the clear, built-in screen…

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  3. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Love the safety, hate the screen protector., January 9, 2013
    By 
    Paul

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    I found one of the best multi-layered cases to protect my 5th gen iPod. For two months I’ve used the black case. It fits perfectly, charges without removing case, outside rubber material is soft, collects a some dust in my pocket. Protection with hard case underneath I would rate a five. Tonight I pushed out the front screen protector, removed a little edge glue by pulling , and what a difference. The front protective screen distorts the retina display by slightly pixilating it, so I noticed reflections of colors on small print. I replaced this with a tech armor HD screen protector. I am now fully pleased with this modified set up.

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