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iPod touch 5g Defender Series Case

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The OtterBox Defender Series iPod 5 case is made for adventure. Whether that's braving urban traffic on a bicycle or bouncing around in a backpack full of textbooks, this case is made to live through the worst with your iPod touch safely inside. Go with confidence and never worry about where and when it's safe to use. The Defender Series iPod 5 case is practically indestructible.

The Defender Series has three layers of protection. The inner shell fits firmly over the device and includes foam padding for cushioning. A scratch resistant screen protector is built into the inner shell without compromising touchscreen sensitivity. The rugged silicone skin wraps around the inner shell to absorb bumps and shock. Built with your on-the-go lifestyle in mind, the Defender Series iPod touch 5 case will give you the kind of protection that inspires confidence.

iPod touch 5g Defender Series Case

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Compatibility:

  • iPod touch 5th generation (32GB, 64GB)
  • NOT COMPATIBLE with the 2nd, 3rd or 4th Generation iPod touch


Features:

  • Silicone plugs cover the main openings, including the lightning port, headphone jack and volume controls
  • All features are fully functional through the case, including front and rear cameras, microphones and sensors
  • Lanyard is included and attaches to the inner shell for convenient carrying
  • 1-year limited warranty


Material:

  • Three layers of protection include a scratch resistant screen protector, polycarbonate inner layer and silicone outer layer
  • Two-piece polycarbonate inner shell fits snugly around the device
  • Clear, scratch-resistant screen protector is built into the polycarbonate shell to prevent scratches, smudges and dust intrusion
  • Outer silicone skin wraps around the inner shell and absorbs impact from bumps and shock


Weight and Dimensions

  • Weight: 1.9 oz / 54.4 g
  • Dimensions: 5.2 in x 2.6 in x 0.5 in / 131.6 mm x 66.4 mm x 12.8 mm


Environmental Protection:

The Defender Series iPod touch 5 case provides added protection against drop, bump and shock but is NOT protective against water.

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 215 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by The Defender In the past I have had great experiences with the Otterbox for my cell phones. So, I decided to give Otterbox a shot at protecting my second I Pod Touch, after the first one's screen was shattered mysteriously. So far I am very pleased, the design is similar to the cell phone case, rugged, durable and more than up to the task for which Otter is known. Keep up the good work. January 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by I love OtterBox products. Well engineered to protect my items, iPod, iPad, iPhone. And they do just that. January 24, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great case Have been using otter box for several years now, they just get better. Case feels sturdy, looks good and allows easy use of my IPod touch. January 21, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Amazing This case is the best next to lifeproof case I love it a lot it protects it and keeps it safe when i drop it. Please consider otterbox defender for your chose of case. January 21, 2015
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the outside of the case
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The OtterBox Defender Series case for iPod 5th generation can be easily cleaned with a mild soap and water solution. Of course, be sure to remove the case from your device before cleaning it, and be sure your case has completely air dried before re-installing it on your iPod.
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That's strange because the iPod touch should fit it even with the different storage capabilities. Just double check
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Is there a thin layer of plastic to protect the front and rear cameras just like the apple logo? Sorry to ask but I can't really tell in the pictures and none of the reviews speak to it.
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No; there is no thin layer of plastic to protect the front and rear cameras nor the apple logo; it's only over the screen. However, the trough over these areas made by the cover thickness likely limits the odds for getting a scratch unless you make a concerted effort.
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No there is no cover on either the front or rear camera
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Hi,
Possibly a bit late answering however for the benefit of others, the answer is that there isn't a plastic layer to protect the front or rear cameras. The construction of the cases means that you would not need it. It would be extremely difficult for the lens to be damaged or scratched (unless deliberate).
Plastic film would also distort the clarity of any photo taken. You are able to access the lens to wipe with a soft cloth to keep them clean.
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yes boths screen and logo are covered except for the camera lens .
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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No, there is no direct protection for the cameras, just the depth of the case. I've never had a camera lens scratch. I suspect they don't want to do anything that'll mess up the optics.
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No
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No, the camera and flash are completely exposed, but, the case has high edges so I don't think you'll need to worry about that.
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There is no plastic over the lens, but the hard plastic case is thick and raised enough around the lens to give them reasonable protection from scratches.
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No.
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No protection for the cameras. If there was a plastic layer like there is over the screen or the Apple logo, then it would possibly interfere with picture clarity, focusing ability and possibly render the microphone useless. I think this case is more for shock & scratch protection and water resistance. I have used it with wet hands and in the rain and feel confident that my device was protected. But due to that fact that there is also openings for the speaker and also charging and headphone ports, it is not water-tight.
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To maintain the best image quality the lens for the front and rear camera is left uncovered.
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Yes
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Yes - doing so at the moment as I prepare to head outside for the day.
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Yes.
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Yes, but only with Apple's included cable. The opening in the case DOSE restrict you from using it in a docking station. The hole is too thick and narrow. Many after-market charging cables do not fit.
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yes, you charge it with the charging cable.
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nope and its a pain... I have tried purchasing extenders etc, but they don't make that for the audio part....
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Yes there is a rubberized flap that covers the lightning connect port - it can be opened to charge without removing the whole cover
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Of course, There is plenty of room for the charger to fit into the port. There is even a rubber port cover that you can close when not charging it to keep the dust and dirt out!
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Yes. Not a problem at all.
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If you have the official lightning cable that came with the ipod, the answer is yes, it fits in. I have an unofficial cable that's a little bit bigger and it does not fit.
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YEah you can, but it has to be the apple charging cord.
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No you have to take it out of its case.
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The size of the shell prevents use of a stand-up docking station, so I use the corded charger that came with my iPod.
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On our docking station, the case does prevent a proper connection and hence the sound does not work. You would need to use an extension cable, or take the case off (not really practical).
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No, not really.. I suppose it depends on which docking station you're thinking about. The case is generally too big to fit and/or the depth of the charging port once in the case impede docking.
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The defender series for iPod touch is compatible with a docking station when you have a charger extender
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The opening in the case DOES restrict you from using it in a docking station. The hole is too thick and narrow. Many after-market charging cables do not fit either.
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No, you cannot place the device in a docking station with the case on, however, you can use a cord and plug it in- usually available with most docking stations
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Most likely, no. Your average docking station is formed to fit the iPod snug so it does not move and damage the device. This case adds size to the iPod.
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YES! I searched extensively , read a lot of specs and reviews before I made a choice.
I purchased the '12 SOUTH ' brand "Highrise for iphone". It is very stable , well constructed and is easily adjustable for both depth and thickness of device + case.
You assemble the stand (machine screws and allen wrench included. Very easy)
You custom set the back for the depth of your device in its case.
You are provided 3 different size clips that securely hold the end of your 'lightening' charging cable to the proper height to reach through your case and snug into your device.
You will need to supply your own 'lightening ' cable.
Well made of sturdy aluminum. Securely docks and charges your device , through the case , while looking
quite smart! Highly recommended!
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If you mean is it able to go on a docking station with the case on, it's most likely not. The bottom of the case goes over quite a bit and probably won't fit on. Depends on the docking station I think.
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