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Babykyle
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    January 16, 2014
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    January 16, 2014
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Wrap your iPad mini and iPad mini with Retina display in a best-selling OtterBox Defender Series case, and enjoy sharing and using it everywhere.
 
Overall Rating: 
3  /  5
3  /  5
Bulky and Heavy
Date:January 16, 2014
Location: Mississippi
Age: 45-54
Gender: female
Snap to put on, superb protection but my goodness, it"s heavy! Unbelievable how heavy it is. Did I tell you it's heavy? The home button is extremely difficult to push down and not so pleased with the cord port flap. Since the first iPhone this flap has been poorly designed. I would not recommend this case only because it's too heavy and I don't quite understand the outer shell being used for a stand but it offers great screen protection while traveling.
Pros: High quality, Durable
Cons: heavy, home button hard to depress
-10points
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Babykyle's Answers
 
Wrap your iPad mini and iPad mini with Retina display in a best-selling OtterBox Defender Series case, and enjoy sharing and using it everywhere.
 

How heavy is the Defender for iPad Mini w/ Retina without the cover? Also, do I always need the cover, or can I leave it behind?

It's still pretty heavy. The screen protector is not very thick so I would recommend using the cover while traveling, but that is a personal choice. You can leave it behind, however.
3 months, 1 week ago
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Babykyle
Mississippi