LifeProof In the News
TechWeLike.com, March 04, 2013
Here in midwest we’ve had basically a snow storm every week. I’m such a “klutz” aka always dropping my phone…I had gotten to the place where I did not even feel comfortable taking it out when the weather sucks for fear I might ruin one of them. LifeProof just saved my life with the Fre iPhone5 case.
AdventureNetwork.com, February 28, 2013
There are a lot of cases on the market for iPads, but few boast the protection that LifeProof Nuud offers – waterproof, dustproof, snow proof and shock proof to military specifications.
Sheknows.com, February 21, 2013
Costing $70 to $80, the LifeProof iPhone case is one of the pricier cases on the market. It’s also one of the most protective cases on the market. We tested it out on a brand-new iPhone 4S to see how it performed during daily tasks — and yes, underwater.
PC Mag, February 20, 2013
Though Apple ditched the delicate all-glass design of the iPhone 4/4S in favor of a sturdier aluminum back panel for the iPhone 5 $199.99 at AT&T, it's still not the most durable smartphone. The easily scuffed and scratched body has many iPhone owners wrapping their handsets in all manner of protective cases. But for those looking for maximum protection, there's the LifeProof Frē iPhone 5 Case ($79.99 direct) $79.99 at BEACHCAMERA.com, which offers dust, shock, and water protection without the bulk that comes with typical ruggedized cases.
Midweek.com, February 13, 2013
Technology had done it to me again … left me in the dust. I was so far behind that I thought I was the first to see this new (old) product.
“It’s called a LifeProof case and it allows me to take pictures and videos underwater and still use my phone,” Haven explained.
Lazy Tech Guys, February 09, 2013
The Lifeproof frē for the iPhone 5 is more than just a case, it’s a safe house for the phone. It exceeds military grade specifications and Ingress Protection specifications. Simply put, it is waterproof, snowproof, dirtproof and shockproof. And unlike other rugged cases, it’s not too bulky and can still be used in a belt clip or a car mount. We wanted to put it through its paces so naturally, we gave it a beating.
Mom Central, February 05, 2013
Lifeproof, innovators in protective gear for gadgets, have made travel with your iPad even easier with the Lifeproof hand and shoulder strap. So many times have I wished for an easier way to maneuver through the busy day with my iPad always handy and most importantly, always protected. By simply attaching this removable band to your Lifeproof iPad case, using your iPad in any setting can be achieved with great ease.
News 8, January 30, 2013
“Life Proof Saves Lives”
The Salt Lake Tribune, February 05, 2013
I'd never willingly put my iPhone under water, but my buddy Reed would and did during our trip to Alaska last fall. Reed used a waterproof LifeProof phone case to get some incredible underwater footage of chum salmon spawning in Montana Creek while I was fighting the big guys on a fly rod.
Good Day Technology, February 06, 2013
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Les Benito, February 09, 2013
There are not enough iPhone and iPad case options at CES…said no one ever. So finding a case that really stands out is almost an impossible task. LifeProof really stands out in a sea of offerings, heck it actually floats there too! Not only do these cases meet or exceed MIL STD 810F-516 which means they will withstand drops from 4 feet or 1.2 meters, they are also dustproof and even waterproof to a depth of two meters.
Chew On That, January 31, 2013
I’m a tech lover, and I’m also a foodie. When I was younger, I would always search for recipes on the computer, print them out, fold them and put them in my pocket, and then try to dig for them when I was ready to cook. I can’t tell you how many times I spilled on the printed recipe and had to take time to go back and print.
Long story short, I decided that I needed to use my iPad in the kitchen. Two issues came up: how to get the recipes, and how to prevent my iPad from being ruined while I cooked. Solved ‘em both. Read on.
GottaBe Mobile, January 26, 2013
The LifeProof fre is an iPhone case meant to repel the elements. This case does a great job of keeping the iPhone protected, while also not adding a lot of extra bulk. The case only adds 1.05 oz to the iPhone. Impressive for a rugged case. In terms of watThe LifeProof fre is an iPhone case meant to repel the elements. This case does a great job of keeping the iPhone protected, while also not adding a lot of extra bulk.
Entrepreneur, January 26, 2013
We've been testing a lot of iPhone 5 cases lately. While we picked out our favorite one here, there's another worth singling out for those of you who want complete protection for your phone, including against spills and liquids.
LifeProof's iPhone 5 case fully protects your phone without adding any unnecessary bulk, drastically improving on its model for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S.
Business Insider, January 25, 2013
Our favorite case was by far, the LifeProof case, which will keep your phone waterproof up to six feet and completely covers the phone without adding bulk.
Yahoo! Finance, January 25, 2013
When it's raining or I'm worried about my phone going into the elements I use the LifeProof. It offers the most protection (from water, dust, snow, and shock) while adding the least bulk.
10 News, January 25, 2013
SAN DIEGO - A case for mobile devices invented by a San Diego company is grabbing headlines for offering so much protection it's saving lives.
Last October, video captured on an iPad showed a remarkably calm Ted Wright following a plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico. He was able to use the iPad because it was encased in a case made by local company Lifeproof.
Blog Critics, January 20, 2013
LifeProof offers excellent protection from all the harmful elements of life. The LifeProof Fre offers users peace of mind when taking on the unforeseen situations. The iPhone 5 is one of the best smartphones on the market and one of the most expensive. However, using the LifeProof Case helps ensure users are protecting their iPhone. They advertise being four proof strong which is water proof, dirt proof, snow proof, and shock proof.
iPhone Life, January 18, 2013
Now if you still think your iPhone is going to slip out of your hand, and more pointedly, slip right from your hand into water, you may want to consider LifeProof frē which offers a kind of iPhone in a bubble value proposition. Not dirt, nor water, nor frozen water (in the form of snow) and shock mild bounces and shocks will harm your iPhone in a frē.
Trailblazer Girl, January 18, 2013
Waterproof, dirt proof, snow proof and shock proof? Yes, yes, yes and yes! The LifeProof frē for iPhone 5 is on its way to being the last word on rugged cases for iPhones. We actually had to test this one for ourselves, so we dropped it in a bucket to see what would happen… and yes, our (intern’s) iPhone came out 15 minutes later completely insulated and working perfectly.
Examiner, January 17, 2013
The LifeProof FRĒ for iPhone 5 is a case that aims for a lot of protection while providing a slim, good looking case that doesn't require large rubber grommets and clips to keep your phone protected from water, dust and drops. Waterproof phone cases are typically something you think of as big, bulky and overall not something you use, unless absolutely needed. LifeProof's FRĒ helps turn the, once and a while cover, into an every day cover.
Times Dispatch, January 04, 2013
(NAPSI)—Entertaining as they are, tablet computers and smartphones are not all fun and games.
Consider this: With 75 percent of all workers involved in jobs that require mobility, handheld devices are playing an increasing role in business. In fact, according to The Mac Observer, 94 percent of Fortune 500 companies were either testing or deploying iPads for business use, while Forrester Research recently reported that 81 percent of companies have plans for tablet use and predicts 250 million tablets will be in employees’ hands by 2016.
Health Tech Weekly, January 15, 2013
LifeProof is all about the things that happen in your life and making sure you don’t have to worry about your mobile devices, like your iPad or iPhone, during them. The LifeProof cases make your device waterproof, dirt proof, snow proof and shock proof to military specifications so that when you’re on the job, you don’t have to worry about dropping your iPad or iPhone to the floor or in a dirty medical environment.
iPhone Life, January 11, 2013
I've been raving about Lifeproof cases since they first came out, and apparently, I'm not alone. Lifeproof just won the Best of Show award at this year's CES. This is a well-deserved award, and one that doesn't surprise me. I think it’s great that this exemplary product receives the accolades it deserves! The booth was spacious and creative appealing to me on a variety of levels. It was very hands-on, very tactile, and full of a great visual "WOW factor”, with such things as iPhones playing video while encased in blocks of sculpted ice, and submerged iPads filming you, as you stare into tropical fish tanks.
Mommy Loves Coffee, January 09, 2013
We have dropped two phones in water, cracked the screen on another and lost another for three months. I’m over the costly damages. Ultimately, it got to the point where I wasn’t allowing my kids to touch my iPhone anymore – and my husband was getting mad at me for denying them the privilege as he was still allowing it.
One of my New Year’s Resolutions for 2013 is to (continue to) instill a sense of pride in my children when it comes to being responsible and taking care of our possessions and ourselves. I’ve quickly figured out that the stereotype does hold some truth and that my boys need some additional guidance when it comes to this life lesson.
And that’s when my love fest for LifeProof began… Because that resolution alone is not exactly realistic – with a clumsy mom (like myself), a forgetful dad and four active boys.