I have a couple of iPads and although the iPads last for the kids, the cases certainly don’t. I’m pretty tired of buying a new case, but I need one that can brace an iPad fall against a cracked glass. But, I need the ability to have the iPads easily come out of the case. What can I say, my children like to feel the iPad on its own.
Let’s get to my top childproof iPad cases:
- Gripcase – For only $40, you can choose a color and be sure that your child will like how easy it can be gripped and held. It doesn’t weigh too much and is a nice design.
- Otterbox – This one will set you back $60 – $90 depending on your version and is great with withstanding iPad glass falls. But, it’s not easy to open up.
- i-Blason – At just $30, it is a great case and doubles nicely as a stand. You can’t beat the price.
I’m a big fan of the i-Blason to the cheap cost and that it is a case and stand. It’s probably the less protective of the three, but don’t worry, New York Computer Help as a disclaimer takes not responsibility, but will gladly fix your iPad broken screen if disaster strikes!