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Did you hear? LfeProof's new waterproof case for the iPad 2 and iPad 3rd Gen called the Nuud, is now available and shipping for $160. LifeProof only makes the most amazing waterproof iPhone case ever made. No big deal really. The Nuud should be just as great as the iPhone version and can keep your iPad protected against some of its worst enemies: water, snow, dirt and impacts - all while meeting military standards for drop and shock protection from up to 4ft (1.2m) and IP-68 rated water proofing down to 6.6ft (2m).
The Nuud, unlike the iPhone version, doesn't use a built-in plastic screen protector to help seal the iPad against water and instead uses LifeProof's nuud screen technology to fully seal itself around the iPad's bezel leaving the touchscreen display naked and fully tactile. The Nuud is made from materials that maintain grip when even when wet without attracting lint, and is designed to allow full button functionality with access to all ports as well as an AR coated lens for the back facing camera, and an enhanced audio pass-thru. LifeProof's Nuud is one of the first and slimmest tough waterproof iPad cases ever to be made. It's currently only available in black with a transparent back side.
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Summer is finally here and you have huge family vacations planned to go on cruises, hang out on the beach, or even to just relax by the pool. All of these activities have one thing in common: water. Photojojo's Scuba Suit is the perfect companion for your iPhone during these trips. Just slap it on and take a plunge into ocean without having to worry about a thing...for the first 15 ft. Similar to a GoPro, you can take pictures or videos underwater to snap some photos of beautiful sea creatures or just your kids having fun.
Not only does the Scuba Suit guarantee a 100% waterproof case, the optical grade lens cover will get you some surprisingly great shots. The overall protection and quality of this case makes for a perfect accessory for the daily adventurer. Go ahead and check them out at Photojojo's website. They retail for $60.
Protecting your iPhone and iPad from one of the most dangerous elements of all without the bulk is now a reality. And what is you could waterproof virtually any protective case you have in the process? Gooma's Case Marine is less of a case and more of a clear, ultra-thin waterproof touch-thru membrane cover that's made out of polyurethane and acrylic which can stretch to form fit the iPhone and iPad and is then sealed from the back using a watertight seal strip. The Case Marine's durable stretchy membrane is waterproof rated for up to 10m (32.8 feet), and will also protect against scratches and dust. It's so thin at 0.25mm that you can still use a protective case with your iDevice.
Gooma's Case Marine is without a doubt the thinnest waterproof case out there that lets you enjoy your iPhone and iPad as if they were unprotected. The downside? You won't be able to use any of the device ports, but you could still be able to make phone calls. The Case Marine for the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 comes with 10 waterproof seal strips and 2 clear membrane covers for $71. Gooma plans to release the iPad version soon. Check out the video down below for more.
Wearing an iPod Nano watch might be the coolest touchscreen watch out there. That's until you need to wash your hands and such in water. If you don't plan on ruining your little iPod Nano with some water, you'll need to take a look at the Proof watch kit brining the world's first waterproof watch band to the iPod Nano. If that wasn't enough, the Proof also adds Bluetooth functionality to the Nano so you could wirelessly stream your music. Comprised out of a IP68 graded sealed, waterproof polyurethane casing coated with silicone for use in depth of up to 3m, and a thick strap made out of flexible silicone. The Proof allows for full control of your iPod Nano's touchscreen and side buttons.
The Proof comes with three side adapter to perform different tasks. The largest of them is the Bluetooth adapter adding a considerable amount of bulk to the side of your waterproof iWatch gadget, a non-waterproof adapter will let you use your headphones while a low-profiled adapter offers complete waterproof protection, can be used when you want to wear your iWatch as a daily watch. This might not be the most appealing watch band kit for the iPod Nano we've seen before, but at least it's the first waterproof and Bluetooth enabled one.
The Proof is available to pre-order without the Bluetooth adapter on Kickstarter for $49, and $99 with a Bluetooth adapter. Both are expected to retail for $79.5 and $129.95.
Veho calls its Muvi HD series of small hands-free video cameras the GoPro killers now that it has released a slew of mounting accessories plus a new waterproof case for extreme action video shooting. Veho's VCC-A010-WPC rugged waterproof case comes with a universal mounting clip for use with other Veho mounting accessories, tripod mounting and a crocodile clip and it's compatible with the Muvi HD7, HD10, HD Pro and HD Gumball 3000 cameras. Veho wants to compete with GoPro with releasing similar mounting options like a suction cup mount, surfboard and snowboard mounts, helmet mount, harness body mount and a tripod mount. Veho's waterproof case will set you back $59.95, and it's available right now.
Planning a trip to the Caribbean islands? Those clear waters are surely a great idea to bring your iPhone 4 with you to take some epic video and photographs. Catalyst's new EscapeCapsule case for the iPhone 4 will help you do just that and more. The EscapeCapsule is a fully waterproof case that's touch enough to keep your iPhone 4 protected against water, sand, snow, rain, dust, mud, impacts, scratches and chocolate fudge. How's that for protection? Even the name of this case sounds safe enough for me to incase my iPhone 4 with it. This isn't the first case of its kind to offer all the above, the LifeProof case has been out for quite a while now and seems to be a little slimmer than the EscapeCapsule.
The EscapeCapsule case has an inner rubber layer for shock protection and is made out of a clear, high-impact polycarbonate hard outer shell for toughness and of course, to show off your glorious iPhone 4 and also the inner rubber gasket that creates the watertight seal that adds a splash of color. Specially designed membranes allow you to fully use the iPhone 4's buttons as well as allow sound to be recorded and transferred even while underwater so you can take a call no matter the situation. Well all this sounds good to me, and if it does to you too, you can head on over to Kickstarter to pre-order yours for $50 in black or blue. Once Catalyst's Kickstarter project is fully funded, the case will retail for $70.
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