iPod case

Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by Fire&IceProductions, Jan 26, 2004.

  1. Fire&IceProductions macrumors newbie

    Jan 8, 2002
    I was wondering what everyone thought would be a good protective case for my 3G iPod. I was looking at the iSkin eXo 2. Any suggestions? Thanks everyone.
  2. sonofslim macrumors 6502a


    Jun 6, 2003
    are you specifically looking for protection? the exo2 is good, and it doesn't add a whole ton of bulk. i've also used marware's sport case, and while it provides a whole bunch of protection, it doubles the size of your iPod.

    my favorite case is Radtech's Podsleev . it's more of a sleeve, really (as you can tell by the name.) it's made from some optical-grade cloth that's just enough to protect your iPod from nicks & scratches -- and it barely adds any thickness, which i like. the coolest thing about it is that the cloth has been debossed over the controls, so while it actually covers your entire iPod, you can still use the buttons.
  3. jxyama macrumors 68040


    Apr 3, 2003
    i have a spare DLO Jam Jacket, if you'd like. It's grey. It offers good protection without adding bulk - the only thing missing is that it has no cover over the screen...

    $15 shipped, if you are interested. it will fit 10/15/20 GB 3rd gen. iPods.
  4. cmx08 macrumors regular

    Jan 20, 2004
    Canada, GMA
    Radtech's Podsleev

    just like sonofslim said, the Radtech's Podsleev is the best one that I've ever seen, but if you want something that is some what shock resistant and that it does not slip of the sleeve or case easily, go for the exo. I like it but it adds thickness, sometimes it feels that I have 2 ipods on my hand or a first gen ipod.

    if you are an active person and like to carry ur pod everywhere, exo is the one, DLO jacket is a sleeve that is thicker.

    I no longer use the exo because I find that it's too big and dumb to carry it around. I made myself a bag that is fit. I took my oakley's bag and made it shorter and the thing is that it's good to clean the chome.

    if you are a person who like to have it in the pants, go naked, if sleeve is ur choice use the radtech =)

    if you want to prevent dirt at all cost and don't mind that extra thickness and weigh, exo2 is ur winner

    the radtech has a clear screen unlike the DLO and reduces the sensitivety so u won't operate it by actident.

    but remember that the DLO and exo makes the buttons deeper to dig

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