LifeProof Nuud Case for the iPad Review

You know I already love my LifeProof iPhone Case. You can read all about that here. And yes, I recently tried their new LifeJacket for the iPhone that not only makes the iPhone waterproof but float as well.

While those are super cool, I’m over the moon about LifeProof’s new product. I’ve been waiting for this one for a quite a few months when I heard that it was in the works. It’s a WATERPROOF case for your iPad! Seriously, how cool does that sound?!? And let me be the first to tell you, it is cool! Coolest. iPad. Case. Ever.┬áThis case is waterproof, dustproof, shockproof and snowproof!

Cooking and splash on your iPad? With the Nuud iPad case, it’s no problem.

Want to use the iPad by the pool and no worry? Done with this case.

In the snow? Yep.

Underwater? It goes there too.

Your toddler drops it down the stairs and accidentally into a bucket of water? It’s all good.

This is one of the most kid-friendly iPad cases ever. While I could go on about all the features – just watch our video review up above to see everything you need to know.

The new LifeProof Nuud Case for iPad will be available August 27, 2012 at Best Buy and other online retailers.

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Leah Blachaniec
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This iPad case is great but I saw that a new site for iPad cases, http://www.domeoproducts.com will be launching soon. Which do you think is better? This case or iPad cases from Domeo Products?

Melanie
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I bought ipad lifeproof but can not for life of me, get it on to even water test it.frustrated and dont want to break it. Can you help?
Thanks
Melanie

Tori
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Wow looks awesome! I have also seen a similar case by a brand called Lifedge (www.lifedge.co.uk) and they come in some cool colors. Torn on which one to buy?

Cindy
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I am confused how it can be shockproof if the front is open? It doesn’t take much to crack or break the screen if dropped, so I was wondering how exactly this would protect from that. Thanks!