SealLine iPad Case Review
With electronics becoming more and more integrated into our everyday lifestyle, it is becoming more and more important to protect these products as they do so much for us and hold so much of our data. In recent times, I have been testing out the SealLine iPad Case to see how it holds up to my rough and tumble lifestyle.
The material used in the SealLine iPad Case is a combination of a see-through plastic and a more durable 600D polyurethane coated polyester. The polyester material is textured which provides a decent grip that is nice to hold onto without having too much worry of it slipping. The see-through PU film is strategically placed on the front where you connect your finger to the screen. There is no interference with this material and your finger, so it is business as usual while using the iPad. This material is also located on the backside where the apple logo is, the upper left where the on/off and volume switches are, and one more where the speaker is on the bottom. I feel that is important to note that there is a little extra material around the sides of the case which I find nice to hang on to. There are also a total of 4 slim slits on each side to help you attach the case to some straps.
One interesting thing I ran into was the volume levels did not change that much when I put the iPad in the SealLine Case and sealed it. So if you like to use Pandora, Itunes, etc with your iPad, you are good to go.
As you might expect by the looks of the case, the SealLine iPad Case is waterproof, so you can get the case wet and it will not affect your iPad. This is good if you are at the beach, in the kitchen, in the bathroom, or any other place where water can splash around. It is also nice if you use your iPad where there is a lot of dust or sand around. I used it while working in the garage and I was doing some sanding. There was saw dust on almost everything in the garage but my iPad.
The one downside that some people might find in the Seal Line iPad case is that it is not a hard case, so it does not offer a lot of protection in case it falls.
Overall, I have enjoyed using the Seal Line iPad Case and would recommend this case if you find yourself near a lot of water with your iPad and want to protect it from shorting out.
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