RadTech iPodSleevz .v. iSkin Evo2

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  1. zelmo macrumors 603

    zelmo

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    I don't need much in the way of shock protection for my 4G, as it is used primarily in my truck, and I keep it in my backpack most of the time. what I'm looking for is protection from scratches. Does anyone have any experience with the Radtech iPodSleevz? I love their PowerSleevz and ScreensavRz products. Is there something else comparable out there? The iSkin Evo2 looks way cool, but I can't tell how much bulk it would add to my slim white beauty.
    Opinions?
     
  2. rock6079 macrumors 6502

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    i have both these products and other products too from radtech including an booksleeve and imac cover. the case is awsome , the touch sensitvie is really cool and t heir cases are really nice. good material, same as on their other covers which u ahve , and will definately keep it scratch free. in terms of bulk the radtech will also probably give u the least bulk of any ipod case. and im not a fan of iskins products, though ive heard good things about their Evo2 their original iSkin case for the 3G ipod practically ruined the casing of my ipod. terrible..

    if u ahve an ipod case radtech will also work great and if u ahve a 3G dock it will rpobably fit with the case on
     
  3. FuzzyBallz macrumors 6502a

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    Total agreement w/ above poster. Rubber is just nasty. Think what will happen when you leave a iskin encased ipod in a car on a hot day w/ the sun beaming at your car. Nasty. And people expecting shock protection for the ipod w/ the rubber? Right... I got the Radtech ipodsleevz to scratch proof my 3G 15GB w/o adding bulk, and it did just that. Did I mention the Radtech ipodsleevz actually protects the WHOLE iPod, including the touch sensitive wheel and buttons?
     
  4. zelmo thread starter macrumors 603

    zelmo

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    No way I'd consider leaving my iPod sitting in my truck all day. :eek: I'll use it there, but it wouldn't leave my person unless I'm home. I think I'm sold on the iPodSleevz. Thanks to both of you for the input. These forums rock!!

    So, does the Radtech Ice Creme really work to buff out scratches on the plastic and metal case of the iPod? I've got a few very minor scratches I want to bufff out.
     

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