3 ways to be sure you don’t miss a thing

3 ways to be sure you don’t miss a thing

3 ways to be sure you don't miss a thing

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  • David

    For the survivor… Do something with a dog. Let it chew on it or tie it to his collar with a long rope and make the dog chase a cat…. :)

  • Zoeycat70

    How is the case with gas an fuel oil as well as grease. I’m a heavy equipment repair man as well as autos. I’m around it all.

  • http://www.griffintechnology.com/connect Dave Delaney

    We haven’t performed official tests for gas and grease, however, it does meet conditions outlined in US Department of Defense MIL-STD-810 and UK Department of Defense Def-Stan 00-35.

    More details:

    * Integral Display shield deflects wind and rain (Test: up to 200 mm/hr for 1 hour)
    * Rigid internal frame protects against shocks and drops (Test: drop on flat concrete surface from 6’/1.8 m)
    * Sealed ports block blown sand and dust (Test: up to 18 m/sec for 1 hour)
    * Silicone cladding blocks vibration (Test: 18 hrs at 20 to 2000 Hz)
    * Multi-position clip attaches securely to pack strap or belt
    * View videos and test results online at http://www.griffintechnology.com/armored

  • SAR Dog

    I use my iPhone all day, every day. As a Special Warfare parachute rigger deployed to the four corners of the globe, as a skydiving instructor and as a Nationally Registered Paramedic, I literally rely on my phone in life-or-death situations on a daily basis. So far, my Survivor has withstood everything I’ve thrown at it. My only complaint? The belt clip SUCKS! It seems as if the engineers designed it almost as an afterthought. PLEASE re-engineer the belt clip and offer to replace the original belt clip! I made my own with crap I had lying around, but it isn’t great. Please make a belt clip that’s worthy of the rest of the case!

    -SAR Dog

  • Monstar400

    You shud tape it real tight to a football and kick a field goal or a punt real high.

  • http://www.griffintechnology.com/connect Dave Delaney

    Thanks for the feedback. We’re always looking for ways to make our products even better. I’ll be sure to pass along your comment. Cheers.

  • Mattl

    you should take a bath/shower with it and use the iphone as a bar of soap. 

  • Cbrown2639

    I some times forget stuff in my pocket will the survivor case survive a spin cycle and a drying in the dryEr

    • http://blog.griffintechnology.com/about-dave Dave Delaney

      Well I’m glad it survives. Still, it’s best to get in the habit of checking those pockets first. Just in case. :)

  • michael

    You should hook up a cord to the case and tie the other end of the cord to a car and drive on concrete really fast.

  • Anonymous

    For a test, you should tie a cord to the phone/ipod then, tie the other end of the cord to the back of a car, then drive on concrete really fast.

  • Shanep93

    ive got an idea for yous to test it out , on the case of the griffen it says sand/dust proof . id like to see it against some sort of sand blower 

  • Anonymous

    For a test, you should cover the back of the griffin case with gasoline(or any flammable liquid) and light it on fire. Then leave it on fire for 5 minutes. Then, see if the phone was burned or damaged badly.

  • Caesar

    i suggest you should tape the case with the iphone in it to somethng haevy like a big rock and drop it on the ground from 1 story high. and by the way, make a case compatible wit the white iphone 4s please. i really need a case like the survivor series but i have a white iphone 4s.

  • Christopherlatty

    i bought a case for my ipod touch 4g and i watched the video for the iphone. im just wondering does the case for the ipone have more protection than for the ipod touch

  • Alex_Files

    i suggest you guys use various musical items to try and break the ipod/iphone…….or sky diving…or target practice with a bb gun

  • Davyjones727

    Here Is Something A lot of People Complain about. People Say that The Griffin Survivor Case For iPod 4G is Good in Overall, But It Collects Lint’s in Pockets and Not every Headphone can Fit in The iPod with The Survivor case on It.

  • Texbraska1

    Ok i never do this but here we go i got a Griffin iPhone case from a friend but anyway i was at work and there’s construction going on i let in a double belly truck and dropped my phone while the truck was driving away the case with the phone in got ran over by 4 sets of tires on a fully loaded truck the only damage was to the case and it still in good shape and the phone works also so thank you for making and GREAT phone case  

  • Robertrangel58

    EpIc case just got it after waiting a couple weeks

  • corey m

    try letting go threw a washing machine

  • Meco3

    only draw back is it didn’t have a pin hole on the back to expose the camera

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000583670337 Austin Hawkins

    tie it to an air balloon and then at a certain height pop the ballon 

  • Lukewarmcheung

    go on an open cabin plane and drop it from 250 and 500 feet

  • Adrian Poland

    play baseball with ipod touch in survivor case

  • Adrian Poland

    You should play baseball with the ipod/iphone in survivor case

  • Renoride85

    Tie the phone to a bike tire and ride it down a hill

  • Zachswan1

    Take the phone (in the case of course), drop in in a bucket of cement, let the cement dry, use a jackhammer to get it out, and see if it still works.

  • http://twitter.com/victorchill Victor

    throw an iphone from a helicopter!

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  • Akwdezignz

    Have the iPhone or iPod, which ever you choose, being dragged in the water as the speed boat go 60MPH

  • Scheong97

    use an ipod or iphone to replace an baseball because its baseball time

  • Sarah Cooper

    this case seems tough but could it survive being used as a basketball in a game of basketball

  • Luis

    run the griffin case over with a truck and see how it will last in water

  • Luis

    throw the iphone 4 off a 23 story bilding

  • Logan

    Alright. People always mouth back and forth. Ah my case is better blah. So to put it to the test. Take the best of the best. The kraken 2 from trident. The defender from otterbox. The survivor from griffin. And any other big name brand. And put them through. Extreme tests. Dropping, hitting, smashing etc. And see what case comes out on top. Because me personally I have a kraken 2 because I have a Droid x and no survivor case is available. So I would be eager to see how mine holds up compared to. Otterbox and griffin. Thanks!

  • Cterrones85

    Wrap it around with some fireworks and see if it can survive

  • Ikaika777

    I to see it thrown out of a car at high speed. Oh, I mean an Indy car!!!

  • Fla_beach_bum

    Nice, but will it surrive being left in your pants pocket and then a wash and rinse cycle in a washing machine… and then put in the dryer for and hour..!?

  • smileyanna15

    Using the survivor:
    -Drop it in a pool
    -Drop it out of an airplane
    -Put it in a pocket and put it in the washing machine
    -Put it in the dishwasher

  • Jesus805

    Shoot it with a crossbow.

  • Clark Cameron30

    It’s military strength right??? Well try putting it through military scenarios like extreme sandstorm simulations, falling into mud or water, or getting banged against rocks, or I knew a marine that was stationed in Cali and he had his phone laying on ammo crates and got it crushed, see how it will stand up to 500 to 1000 pounds laying on it!!!

  • Mauiguy

    shoot it with a paint ball gun

  • Cjw31901

    Go to the beach bury it in the sand by the water then let the water hit it. dig it up, then use a go-pro camera on a surf board tie the ipod to the top of the board

  • smood22

    As the survivor survived the bridge drop which was epic.
    You should drop it out of a helicopter at 15 thousand feet and see if that survives :).
    Or put it in a washing machine.
    My only problems with this product for the ipod touch is that it should have a transparent screen shield instead of silicone covering for the light sensor, as this prevents the screens brightness from automatically changing.
    2.the silicone flaps should have a thicker cord attaching it to the silicone case to prevent it from snapping over time. I absolutely love the survivor case!! for ipod touch

  • Garrett

    go to new york and drop it off the statue of liberty into a huge container of pepsi

  • http://www.facebook.com/yusra.qa Yusra Qa

    Here’s a suggestion you guys should play ice hockey with it and slap shot it or sky dive with it and drop it midway

  • Brad DeiCas

    Since it is football season, use an iPhone in a Survivor case as a thigh pad on a running back and let a linebacker tackle him across the case…

  • Kento

    Is there going to be a survivor case for the new itouch 5th generation

  • http://www.facebook.com/lawrence.basmouk Lawrence Basmouk

    Drop different types of dumbells on it

  • Rick

    Sand blast it.

    Or use a pressure washer at a pressure that will rip off skin or paint.
    Or hit it with a fire hydrant.
    Have a dog pee on it. (or something else).

  • Aaron

    U should test it with the ipad