iPod Touch 4th generation case?

Discussion in 'iPod touch Accessories' started by bimmy48, Dec 26, 2010.

  1. bimmy48 macrumors newbie

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    I am wondering what the best all around case is for the iPod Touch. I want it to look good, easily fit in my pocket, and protect my ipod. I am willing to spen around $20-$30 for it.

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  2. tablo13 macrumors 65816

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    Belkin grip vue. Btw there is a big thread on this, just scroll down the accessories forum a bit.
     
  3. lhlee96 macrumors member

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    I disagree- the Incase Slider for the iPod Touch 4th Gen is the best case for the iPod. It costs about $34.95, just a few dollars above your price range but it'll definitely protect your iPod from drops at a reasonable height.

    I've had this case for a while now, and recently, while I was untangling my headphone cables, I accidentally dropped my iPod and it fell about four feet on to the cold, hard street pavement.

    I thought I had broken my iPod, but it didn't even have a scratch on it! The case wasn't cracked either- it just had a little scuff mark that only showed when directly in light. This case also has a bit of a lip so it raises the screen a bit so if it hits a surface, the screen won't make contact.

    Here are a few photos of the case:

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  4. Drucifer macrumors regular

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    Question about the InCase Slider. I like to also have a screen protector on my device and I'm wondering if I can get the screen protector on and still use the InCase Slider. I was able to do this with the older Gen iPod Touch but I just want to make sure the screen protector doesn't start to peel around the sides because of the case.
     
  5. wolfboy macrumors regular

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    I think it depends on the screen protector, mainly if it goes all the way to the edge of the glass or not. He clearly has one on in the pics so I guess it works. I also say InCase Slider is the best in terms of both looks and durability. Second would probably be Speck Candyshell for ease-of-use and durability.
     

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