Big Grips Frame for iPad 2/3/4 is big and squishy, and very lightweight so it's really easy to grab and hold on to.
Big Grips Frame for iPad 2/3/4 is super-protective so you won't have to worry when the iPad takes a tumble.
Big Grips Frame for iPad 2/3/4 snugly hugs and cradles your iPad with love.
Big Grips Frame for iPad 2/3/4 feels really comfortable in a soft-and-squishy kind of way. It's actually hard to describe how it feels, but we think you'll agree, it feels like no other iPad case.
Big Grips Frame for 2/3/4 provides a minimum .5" inch clearance from the surface to the iPad while laying flat on the table, keeping the iPad dry should something spill nearby.
- BPA, lead and latex-free
- Phthalate and PVC free
- Resistant to oils, chemicals, stains, molds and germs
- Durable, lightweight, and easy to clean
Fits iPad 2/3/4
Dimensions: 1.5" x 9.25" x 11.5" (38 mm x 235 mm x 286 mm)
Weight: 7 oz. (200 grams)
makes ipad indestructible
Posted by Unknown on 25th Feb 2014
We have had a big grips frame on our iPad 2 for almost 2 years. Our son uses his iPad every day, and is not gentle with it. He is five years old and has autism and cerebral palsy. He often tosses his iPad up in the air and lets it land on our hardwood floor. It flips, it bounces, it lands. It is fine. The frame absorbs the impact of the fall and protects the iPad perfectly. It also makes it very easy for our son to get a good grip and hold his iPad when he is using it. The Big Grips stand is also fantastic. We use one at home, and our son's therapists also use one (school and home). This is great for hands-free use of the iPad. We can't say enough good things about this product! Our son's speech therapist has velcro on the frame and also on the stand, and sticks various communication cards on, based on what they are working on, which makes it very convenient for her to conduct lesson after lesson. We also have the Big Grips Hipster - this is great - our only complaint is that the original version did not have openings in the side to attach the charger while the iPad (in the frame) is in the hipster bag. Big Grips may have corrected this, but we remedied by cutting our own opening. I often hang the bag around my neck with a game on it to motivate my son to walk and follow me during physical therapy. He loves this game and I love that I am hands-free while I work with him. These are great products and I'd say essential for children with special needs!