New customisable range and colours for super tough Griffin Survivor

Griffin Technology, has today revealed its new Survivor Custom cases. Survivor is Griffin’s most rugged iPhone 4/4S case, and it’s now available with new mix-and-match colour options, exclusively at GriffinTechnology.com. Each of the Survivor’s three components – silicone wrap, polycarbonate inner shell and belt clip – is customisable across a spectrum of colours. There is also a fantastic collection of brand new coloured iPhone and iPad cases available in the UK for the first time.

Tested to meet or exceed Ministry of Defense and US Department of Defense Standards, Survivor is proven to protect iPhones from the most extreme conditions, including dirt, sand, rain, shock, vibration, temperature and humidity. Survivor is built on a shatter-resistant polycarbonate frame, clad in rugged, shock-absorbing silicone. A built-in screen protector seals the iPhone’s Multi-Touch display from the outside environment, with hinged plugs that seal the dock connector, headphone port, hold switch and volume controls. A detachable heavy-duty clip secures the case to a belt or bag strap.

For iPhone owners who want the ultimate protection from the elements, kids and clumsy hands but don’t want to concoct their own Griffin Survivor design, there are also a new range of two-tone versions available. These include blue/black, white/navy, lavender/purple, pink/black, white/black, red/black and black/olive, while iPod touch cases are available in pink/black, pink/white, black green, black/blue and black/red.

There are also a number of iPad versions, compatible with the iPad 2 and new iPad, available in black/green, black/blue and black/pink, black/pool and lavender versions.

Griffin Survivor Extreme-Duty cases are ideal for construction workers who need their Apple device whilst they are out on site or parents who want to give their kids a go with their iPhone or iPad, but want it back in one piece. They’re also great for adventure sports fanatics who need their Apple devices to track progress in harsh terrain, but also want to keep their beloved kit well-protected.

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