Mangina wrote: ↑Wed May 03, 2017 7:34 pmI haven't had any kind of peeling issue, of course seeing as how mine is on an ipad, I haven't been pulling it in and out of my pocket, and as I mentioned, mine has spent a lot of time in what is likely the wettest boat on the planet and kept my tablet secure and dry.Redchaser wrote: ↑Wed May 03, 2017 3:04 pm Lifeproof cases. I've had a lifeproof nuud case for my iPad for a couple of years and it's kept the device safe dry and functional in plenty wet conditions. I am however rough on it and had managed to rip off the plug for The headphone jack, and knock off the charge port door gasket. I called lifeproof to see if I could buy replacement parts. The girl at the call center (which is domestic) told me that they don't sell those parts to consumers. I was about to pop off when she added "but we'd be happy to send you a new case if you cover postage of $4.50. Got it in today. Great product and great service.
In my opinion, they really are poorly made. Great for waterproof needs (initially), impact resistance, etc.
Problem I've found is the rubber/plastic they use is shit. It peels simply putting it in and pulling it out of your pocket. When it does, I question the waterproof protection.
That being said, I've sent two back. Replacements within the week were sent to me.
If you don't mind the extra bulk, their "mophie" case is damn fine (still the rubber peeling issues though)
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