God forbid you take your iPad near water after you have just paid over Â£300 for it
That is the first thought that comes to my mind when I thought of the idea and even up until I tested it in my shower just before it goes into an actual swimming area, I was still paranoid but that is why I am here to test them out and let you know what I think of them.
- Window dimensions: 230 x 172mm
- Dimensions: 265 x 200mm
- >Double seal and Velcro closure system
- BSI approved (IP57/IP58)
- Lifetime Exchange Warranty
- 100% waterproof iPad case
- Use new iPad 3 while inside the BeachBuoy â€“ get online, take photos/video, Tweet underwater
TheÂ Proporta Beachbuoy Waterproof iPad Case does exactly what it says on the tin, it comes in a very minimalist packaging so you can get staright into it. Â To get your iPad in the case, all you need to do is open the velcro seal and once you are in, seal al the multiple sealing mechanism and fold it over, finishing off by closing the velcro system.
Once the iPad is safe and secure inside, you can use your iPad touch screen just like you can outside of the case, so you can catch up on your emails, watch your TV show, tweet away and better yet, take it under water and take some photos with your iPad 3.
TheÂ Proporta Beachbuoy Waterproof iPad Case has a very cool design and looks the part whereever you take it to and i’m sure you will agree that it would come in handy when you are on a hot beach, you can even read your books whilst sunbathing. Â The waterproof case for iPad will also fit any tablet up to 10″ in size so if you just bought yourself the Google Nexus 7, you can also purchase this case for it. Â It isÂ availableÂ for Â£24.95