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DLO HybridShell iPod Touch Cases

Friday, November 16, 2007  |  6 comments




















The DLO HybridShell iPod Touch case

is a fusion of crystal-clear polycarbonate plus gripable silicone, combined to provide a strong layer of protection for your iPod touch. But protection is just the beginning – the silicone dots on the back of the case add a layer of grip and personality, while the included Surface Shield protects your iPod touch screen against scratches and smudges.

Custom fit + surface grip
Designed especially for the iPod touch, the HybridShell case provides ultraslim, streamlined protection for your player. Snap on this custom-fit case to add a rubberized back that'll keep your iPod touch secure on your desk or your dashboard – without adding bulk.

Total protection plus access
The HybridShell case protects your iPod touch body while the included DLO Surface Shield adds an invisible layer of touch-screen protection. HybridShell gives you total access to the touch screen, hold switch, earphone port, and the dock connector – so you can use your favorite charger or other accessory while keeping your iPod touch protected.

This iPod Touch case from DLO is the case that you've been waiting for – tough polycarbonate plus gripable silicone provide the best of both worlds. Add some grip to your iPod touch while giving it the most streamlined protection available.

Bonus: Get a free DLO Surface Shield screen protector with your HybridShell case – the complete protection package for iPod touch.

Features:
- Tough, polycarbonate iPod touch case with a gripable silicone back
- Surface Shield protects your iPod touch screen against scratches and smudges
- Total access to all controls, touch screen and dock connector
- Ultra-slim scratch and slip protection for iPod touch
- Fits 8GB and 16GB iPod touch
- Available in Black and Gray

The HybridShell iPod Touch case from DLO is available at $24.99

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6 Comments:
  • At December 3, 2007 at 7:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    once they make a bigger GB Ipod Touch I will buy one until then I would not buy either.  

  • At April 6, 2008 at 3:59 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    The put a sticker on both sides of the shield. I had to scrape the stickers off, but then the adhesive was still on it. I had to clean that off with "goo gone". And in the end the sheild looked like it was ten years old.  

  • At May 16, 2008 at 11:58 AM, Blogger Jennifer said…

    Yeah I noticed the stickers on both sides also, I thought it was an operator error at first :o). Seems that rather than using a sticker a type of "cling" might work better.  

  • At June 14, 2008 at 6:26 PM, Anonymous Jenn said…

    The case is a bxtch to get off.
    :/  

  • At September 25, 2008 at 11:25 PM, Blogger Melissa said…

    Yes... this case is a bitch to get off! I've been searching online to see if anyone said how to get it off :-P  

  • At September 25, 2008 at 11:53 PM, Blogger Melissa said…

    Ah, I figured it out.. you put a dime in the little slot on the right side and twist. (I'm guessing it said that in the directions wherever they might be)
    Just FYI to anyone else having that problem.  

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