ZAGG Estuche tipo billetera Crystal Palace para el iPad (10.ª gen.)

ZAGG Estuche tipo billetera Crystal Palace para el iPad (10.ª gen.)





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Protect your tablet from drops, bumps and dings with the Crystal Palace Folio Case for iPad (10th Gen). This clear, sturdy case provides up to 6.5 feet of drop protection.¹ Built-in antimicrobial treatment protects the case from dirt and germs.² The edges of the case provide an improved, non-slip grip to help you keep hold of your tablet.

Proven to protect.
Count on the proven toughness of D3O energy-absorbing material, scientifically engineered to defend against shocks, knocks and drops. Gear4 cases preserve your phone with the same technology used by athletes, soldiers and motorcyclists for gloves, helmets and other protective materials.

Anti-yellowing technology.
Made with D3O Crystalex, your case won't yellow over time, and it's resistant to dye transfer, so your case retains its beautiful transparent finish.

¹ Based on independent testing.
² Contains an antimicrobial agent with properties built in to protect your case by inhibiting the growth of odor-causing bacteria and guarding against degradation from microorganisms.

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15 reviews

67% of reviewers recommend this product.

Not happy with a new folio that the front has split from the case that holds the iPad already. V

21 días hace

The crystal palace folio case has already split on one end after a little over a week of use. I am not happy with this folio case as it is inferior.

I pay protector

D Mirchell . 4 meses hace

Gráfico con marca de verificaciónSí, recomendaría este producto.
He does the job protects the iPads sides, but the on off switch is hard to operate and the volume switches are hard to operate