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 iPhone 4/4S Armor Series Case
iPhone 4/4S Armor Series Case
The Armor Series iPhone 4/4S waterproof case can handle 30 minutes in 6.6 ft of water, 10 ft drop, allow zero entry of dust and sustain 2 tons of crushing force. It’s the toughest case ever built.
 
Overall Rating: 
2  /  5
2  /  5
Good but not great
Date:October 18, 2013
Age: 35-44
Gender: female
Protection: 
4  /  5
4  /  5
Design: 
2  /  5
2  /  5
Quality: 
2  /  5
2  /  5
I would not recommend this case for the following reasons:
1) Heavy and bulky
2) Poor quality on calls. Callers cannot hear me well and I cannot hear them well. Most times I remove the case to talk on the phone.
3) I wanted to see if it was really water-proof so I placed a tissue inside the box and submerged it. Three different times I tried this and all three times water seeped in. Not a lot, but enough to convince me it isn't water-proof.
However, I have dropped my phone a few times and never thought twice about it because I knew it would be protected. Going to try a different case, perhaps a different brand.
Pros: Durable
Cons: Low quality, not 100% waterproof, can't hear well
+1point
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 iPhone 4/4S Armor Series Case
iPhone 4/4S Armor Series Case
The Armor Series iPhone 4/4S waterproof case can handle 30 minutes in 6.6 ft of water, 10 ft drop, allow zero entry of dust and sustain 2 tons of crushing force. It’s the toughest case ever built.
 

Since it's waterproof and the iPhone is functional, can you take phtos under water?

That's one reason I bought it. I wanted to take pics of my son underwater in the pool. Before I tried it though, I put kleenex in the case and held it underwater just to make sure water didn't get in. I tried three different times and water seeped in all three times. Not a lot of water, but enough to convince me that it wasn't water-proof.
1 year, 1 month ago
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JGHMOM
Texas